Restricting Page Access

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Restricting Page Access

Your page visibility can be restricted by contact groups, sales or other user behavior.

This can be useful in the following circumstances:

  • Restricting viewing of your website until a guest registers
  • Restricting certain pages or information to members only
  • Restricting pages to certain groups, so only certain groups can gain access to relevant areas
  • Restricting pages to users to have purchased a product


You can restrict pages on the Attributes & Security tab, which can be found up the top the settings window of any page.

Restricting A Page To Contacts Only

To restrict pages to only be visible if a user has registered to your website, follow these steps.

  1. Click on settings and then the 'Attributes and Security' tab.
  2. Under the 'Security' tab, click the button that says "New Ruleset"
  3. Click on "Registered Contacts"
  4. Fill in the Heading and Description boxes. These will show up when an unregistered guest visits the page you are editing and prompt them to register to your website
  5. Change the number in the digit box to determine how many pages guests can visit before being shown this message

Restricting A Page To Certain Conditions

You can use the flexible conditions engine to allow access based on groups, sales, analytics, form submissions and much more. In this example we'll only allow access to the page if a user is in a group. To make the page only visible if a user is part of a certain group follow these steps:

  1. Click on settings and then the 'Attributes and Security' tab.
  2. Under the 'Security' tab, click the button that says 'New Ruleset'
  3. Click on 'Contacts Who Meet Conditions'
  4. Select the "Groups" option and then select which groups you would like to be able to see the page. (NOTE: You can select as many groups as you would like.)
  5. In the 'Select a Condition' drop-down menu, select 'Groups - In at least one of these Groups'
  6. Don't forget to complete the Heading and Description input boxes. These will show up when an unregistered guest visits the page you are editing and urge them to register to your website

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