Hi! I have chosen "everyone" in the tab section for the About/Join/FAWCO/, etc pages of a network I am setting up. However, if a person that is not signed into the network clicks on one of the pages designated for "everyone" they are directed to the Sign up/Sign in page.
I need to have a membership application page available to the public. Once members are approved to the club/non-profit association they will be able to sign into the network on Ning.
Is it possible to make certain pages public while limiting others to members' only?
The only way you can do this is by making a "private" Group.
You can treat your new private Group page like an added page and insert an iframe or any html for that matter.
Then send an invite to all your members so this way when they go to that page all they need to do is click except and they're in.
Any new member will have to click "I want in" (or however you write it) and then you need to approve.
To make a Group private you need to do it as your are creating it. You can not create a Group then later make it private.
This can probably be done with jQuery. There are at least 2 discussions that you might look at and see if they help.
Specifically this reply: http://jqueryhelp.ning.com/forum/topics/any-way-to-control-which-pa...
And here at Creators, see this: http://creators.ning.com/forum/topics/hiding-members-profiles-only
I know that's a lot to go through, but if you come to my site and give a very detailed explanation of exactly what you want to do, with links to the page or pages you want visible to members logged in only, I'll try to answer it there.