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  1. Michael729
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I have a menu link to the Easy Profile area that is for REGISTERED users only. It is not even visible in the main menu unless someone is logged into the site. Here it is:
https://www.visitbmc.com/index.php/social-network

Members are told that their information is only visible to other members. Yet there is a problem.

I have a module with this same link in it and a message that you must be logged in to access it. But that link does not generate a login form. It displays the social network, which is part of this members-only area.

The module with the link is under Visit the IMI Network on this page:
https://www.visitbmc.com/index.php/etna-project/about-etna-project
Click on either the link or the image and you'll see that it provides access to the social network, which I do not want to happen.

Is there a way to set the social network to ONLY registered users?
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  1. https://www.visitbmc.com/index.php/social-network
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Hi,
sorry for late reply, it was night :D

it was set as public, but is now set as registered
This is the best solution.

So now it brings up a login page but without any message to login first before accessing the network
At the link at https://www.visitbmc.com/index.php/social-network you can add a module with message available only for "Guest" users.
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Hi again. I actually made an adjustment on the plugin for the social network (it was set as public, but is now set as registered). So now it brings up a login page but without any message to login first before accessing the network. Any suggestions on how to change that?
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