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Using advanced element options to add external shortcodes

In this video you will learn how you can use our Advanced Element options to add shortcodes from third-party membership scripts and plugins to help protect or hide your content on OptimizePress pages.

Please note that we cannot provide support related to the use of third-party shortcodes so you will need to verify with the plugin vendor that you are using the correct shortcodes from their system when using this feature




Note: This process can be used for DAP and iMember360 shortcodes as well as most other Wordpress plugin shortcodes for hiding/protecting content
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