Visibility Control for Sensei LMS
Hide HTML Elements, Menus, And Other Details For Specific Criterion
Visibility Control for Sensei LMS helps you hide messages and content for specific criterion anywhere on your WordPress page.
Show/hide HTML elements to users having a certain role.
Example: Editor or author or student
Access to Course
Show/Hide HTML elements, menus, and other details based on user’s enrollment in a Sensei LMS course.
Show/Hide HTML elements, menus, and other details based on user’s status like logged in or logged out.
How to Use?
You simply need to add a CSS class to your element div or span.
As explained here, if Course ID is 123.
Add this CSS class: visible_to_logged_in OR hidden_to_logged_out
Add this CSS class: visible_to_logged_out OR hidden_to_logged_in
For a specific course, if Course ID is 123:
Add this CSS class: visible_to_course_123
Add this CSS class: hidden_to_course_123
For users with access to at least one course, add this CSS class: hidden_to_course_none
For Course Completion, if Course ID is 123
Add this CSS class: visible_to_course_complete_123
Add this CSS class: hidden_to_course_complete_123
Add this CSS class: visible_to_course_incomplete_123
Add this CSS class: hidden_to_course_incomplete_123
For Specific Roles
Add this CSS class: visible_to_role_administrator
Add this CSS class: hidden_to_role_administrator
– To show an element to multiple specific roles only, you need to add the element multiple times, one for each role.
– To hide an element/menu from specific multiple roles only you can add the element once add multiple classes to the same element.
Mechanism of Functioning
- Multiple CSS Classes: If multiple visibility control classes are added, ALL of them must meet the criterion to keep the element visible. If any one of them hides the element, it will be hidden. For example: visible_to_course_123 visible_to_course_123 will show the element only to those who have access to both courses. Hidden data/elements reach the browser. Though users do not see it.
- CSS is added to the page for all CSS elements that need to be hidden based on the above rules.
- After the page is loaded. These elements are removed from the page using jQuery (if available), so it won’t be available even on Inspect.
- Elements rendered after the page load are hidden but not removed from DOM/page.