You can use the Lightning paywall with the most popular editors. The Lightning Paywall supports the following editors. WPBakery, Elementor, Gutenberg and can be additionally integrated as shortcode.
Your successful payment is recorded in a cookie in your browser. If you come back to the page with the same browser, you can view the page again without a paywall.
The duration depends on what the publisher of the page has set.
You can display any content behind the paywall that you can create with your wordpress editor.
You can display a video or audio file, a download link to a file or a form for support requests for example.
Wordpress Lightning Paywall Plugin is available for free and can be used without any restrictions.
You can specify USD, EUR, BTC or Sats currencies for the blog post. If you set the amount in a FIAT currency like USD or EUR, the BTCPay server will convert the amount into BTC or Sats. Depending on the settings you have made in the BTCPay Store.
The amount the user pays can range from 1 cent to several euros. Thanks to Bitcoin and Lightning, amounts can even be settled in the millicent range without any problems.
A special feature of WordPress Lightning Paywall is that the user or reader does NOT have to log in or register. This is exactly what readers want, who would like to read a single article quickly and easily without having to sign up for a subscription.
The WordPress Lightning Paywall plugin is constantly being expanded and updated. You will automatically receive a message in the WordPress Plugins section when a new version is available.
In the news section we will also inform about the latest versions on this page and make them available for download on Github.
We provide the plugin free of charge and offer support via email using the adjacent contact form or via our Telegram Channel.
If you need special support or would like to have an individual solution implemented as part of a project, please contact us and we will be happy to provide you with an individual offer.
You create a page or blog post with wordpress as usual. You probably use a special editor such as Elementor or WPBakery or the Gutenberg editor integrated in WordPress.
You proceed as usual and integrate the required Lightning Paywall element with these editors.
You can also integrate a shortcode command into the corresponding pages.
If you can create a page or a blog post, then you are also able to integrate the WordPress Lightning Paywall.
For instructions on how the Lightning Paywall elements work with the respective editors, see the post: Add Lightning Paywall to your blog Post.