wpf_elementor_can_access

Overview

This filter is similar to the wpf_user_can_access filter, but runs only on Elementor elements, and passes the Elementor widget as an argument to the filter. To use the code examples below, add them to your active theme’s functions.php file.

Parameters

  • $can_access: This variable represents whether or not the user can access the content. It will either be true or false.
  • $element: The Elementor widget

Examples

Require all tags to view an Element

This example changes the logic from the WP Fusion settings on an Element to require all of the specified tags, instead of any one of them.

function my_wpf_elementor_access( $can_access, $element ) {

	$widget_tags = $element->get_settings( 'wpf_tags' );

	if ( empty( $widget_tags ) ) {
		return $can_access;
	}

	$user_tags = wp_fusion()->user->get_tags();

	$result = array_intersect( $widget_tags, $user_tags );

	if ( count( $result ) == count( $widget_tags ) ) {
		$can_access = true;
	} else {
		$can_access = false;
	}

	return $can_access;
}

add_filter( 'wpf_elementor_can_access', 'my_wpf_elementor_access', 10, 2 );

Create a custom access rule for a specific element

This example hides an element with ID fa65gh unless the user has Tag X and does not have Tag Y.

function my_wpf_elementor_access_by_id( $can_access, $element ) {

	if ( $element->get_id() == 'fa65gh' ) {

		$can_access = false;

		if ( wp_fusion()->user->has_tag( 'TAG X' ) && ! wp_fusion()->user->has_tag( 'TAG Y' ) ) {

			$can_access = true;

		}

	}

	return $can_access;

}

add_filter( 'wpf_elementor_can_access', 'my_wpf_elementor_access_by_id', 10, 2 );