A Private Tag can be inserted anywhere in the content section of a page or post. (Private Tags do not need to be added to the code section of a page or post.)
You can add the content you only want the specific membership level(s) to view inside the specific Private Tag.
A Private Tag can protect content for one or for multiple membership levels depending on how it is set up.
Note: This does not need to be added to the HTML of a page or post. It can simply be added to the content area.
There is a Mergecode and Shortcode insert option that appears on Pages and Posts when using the WordPress Gutenberg editor.
This blue icon appears on the Classic Block of the Gutenberg editor and is a quick way to add mergecodes and shortcodes to a page or post.
Once you click the blue WishList Member code inserter icon, you can select Shortcodes > Private Tags and follow the steps.
You can select the Membership Level(s) that will be able to view the protected content within the Private Tag and add the content to appear within the Private Tag.
The Private Tag will appear in the Shortcode Preview section.
Then click the Insert Shortcode button to insert it into the page or post.
The text that users who do not have access to this content will see can be edited in the Advanced Options > Global Defaults > Other section of WishList Member.
Note that you can remove the text from that field if you want it to appear blank.
Reverse Private Tags
Content within a Reverse Private Tag cannot be viewed by members of the membership level(s) included in the Reverse Private Tag.
You can select the Reverse Private Tag option and pick the membership level(s). Then you can add the content in the Content section that you don’t want the membership level(s) to see.