The Preview Settings Bar allows you to easily view your site as if you were a member with different access rights and at different places in a drip content schedule. While this feature is useful in assuring that pages display exactly as you want them to, and only to certain membership levels, there may be times that deactivating it is also useful for certain administrative activities.
You can easily enable, or disable this feature, depending on your needs and preferences. Either way, if the Preview Settings Bar is activated or not, only website administrators will be able to see it and use it, and it will not display to your members.
|MM Version 2.4.0+: By default, MemberMouse now comes out of the box with this option disabled. While the Preview Settings bar is set to hidden, the admin will be able to view protected content on all pages without the need to choose a membership level or bundle.|
Follow the steps below to show or hide the Preview Settings bar
- From the MemberMouse menu, go to General Settings, and then click on the Other Settings tab.
- Scroll down to the Preview Settings Bar Options section.
- To show the preview settings bar, check the check box. Uncheck the box to hide it.
- Click the Save Settings button to save your settings.
After saving those settings, your Preview Settings Bar will now be hidden or displayed when you visit the front-end pages and posts of your site.
If you would like to learn more about how to use the Preview Settings Bar, or if you are experiencing problems with it, please see more information here: Previewing Your Site as Different Members
Note: Some themes may cause the preview settings bar to be still hidden even when you instruct MemberMouse to display it. If you want have found the Preview Bar is not displaying properly or certain settings can not be clicked on, you may need to add some additional CSS to your theme to position the Preview Settings Bar properly. The ID of the Preview Settings Bar <div> is: mm-preview-settings-bar