How do you create the two different homepages for logged out and logged logged i

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      • May 22, 2022 at 4:08 pm #3535674

        When you first come to you have the basic default page after you sign in you are in the members dashboard. Can you give me a idea as to how this is done?

        • May 22, 2022 at 4:08 pm #3535681

          I can think of a couple reasonably easy ways…

          I assume what David is doing is using WPFusion to show different content based on your login status. You can probably mimic that functionality with most membership plugins (it’d be easy using WishListMember at least.)

          Another option would be to setup two separate pages, and automatically redirect the person on login to the logged-in home page. (You’d then need to redirect logged in users revisiting the home page or only have it affect when they log in.)

          • May 22, 2022 at 4:08 pm #3535722

            I have FluentCRM. Do I create a WordPress trigger “User Login” automation to do this? If so, how would the automation flow go?

              • May 22, 2022 at 4:08 pm #3535741

                Kevin, FluentCRM alone cannot do that. Actually, merely doing it based on logged-in status doesn’t even really involve FCRM. In my case, I use WP Fusion. There are likely other Elementor add-ons that could do it. And, if you’re not using Elementor, then the technique is different.

              • May 22, 2022 at 4:08 pm #3535740

                Sorry to be late to the party here.

                I am indeed using WP Fusion and the integration with Elementor to show different sections based on their logged-in status.

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