In this article, we'll show you how to protect individual elements in Elementor using our Infusionsoft by Keap and Elementor integration. You'll be able to protect your elements/widgets with Membership levels, Keap tags or require the user to be logged in/logged out.
The advantage of using the Memberium Elementor integration is that you can control the visibility of each element in Elementor without the use of any shortcodes.
For this to work, you'll need to be using Memberium 2.97 or above.
Open the page that you want to edit with Elementor and simply select the element/widget that you want to protect with Memberium.
Go to the Advanced tab and then click on "Memberium" which will expand that option.
You will see the options to protect the element with a membership level, tag IDs, or other options.
You might also notice the option for a “PHP Boolean Expression”. This field allows you to specify WordPress or Memberium functions, such as is_user_logged_in(), memb_hasMembership(), memb_hasAnyTags(), etc.
Normally, this field will only be used by developers or those with PHP experience.
If you're using Divi, we also have documentation on how to show or hide Divi Builder elements using our Divi integration.