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Enabling this setting will require the user be logged into the site before being able to see any pages.

Any attempt to view a page without being logged in will cause the user to be redirected to the login page (setup in Memberium Settings).

In case you want to have a specific page accessible to the public even with site lock enabled, you can navigate to the WordPress page editor of that specific page and check the “Force Public” option in the “Content Protection” section.

“Force Public” will only be available if you’ve enabled site lock in the settings.
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Memberium AutoLogin

This feature enables you to provide a link for your users to click that will automatically log them into your site without requiring them to enter their username and password. After you enter your autologin auth key and save your settings, Memberium will create example links and display them at the bottom of the Memberium > Settings > HTTP post/links page. You can copy these autologin URL’s into your email template, and edit the URL of the redirect page to reflect where you’d like your members to arrive to. Memberium also provides an example autologin link to use with Order Forms and Web Forms. Autologin links all use the same kinds of parameters, but depending on what you want to do, and where your user is linking from, you will use some parameters but not others.

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