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When enabled, this setting requires that the user be logged in prior to viewing any pages on the site.

Any attempt to view any page without being logged in, will cause the user to be redirected to the login page.

In case you want to have a specific page accessible to the public (even though Site Lock is enabled), you can navigate to WordPress page editor of that specific page and click on “Force Public” option in “Content Protection” Memberium section.

“Force Public” will be shown once “Site Lock” option is enabled
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