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CPAGrip WordPress: How to Lock WordPress with CPAGrip Content Lockers

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In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to install content lockers from CPAGrip on WordPress.

I’ve realized that a lot of you guys love the CPA methods I write. But, I’m often faced with a simple recurrent question.

How do you actually put a content locker from CPAGrip on WordPress?


Important links

This tutorial assumes you already have a WordPress blog up and running, and that you also have a CPAGrip account. If you don’t then check out the following links:


Creating a new locker

This is probably the easiest part. But I’ll take some screenshots and hyperlink them for you to so you can get quick access.

Before you put CPAGrip on WordPress, you need to actually create a locker; start by logging in.

Login into CPAGrip

Firstly, you need to login to your CPAGrip dashboard.

A screenshot of the CPAGrip user dashboard
CPAGrip user dashboard

Register by clicking the link anywhere on this page if you don’t have an account.

Create a new locker

Go to the left side of your dashboard, click on monetization tools, and click on Create New Content Locker.

Navigating to the Content Lockers option under the Monetization Tools menu in the CPAGrip user dashboard

Add some changes. Ensure that they suit the page/site you want to lock. Then click Create.

Clicking the "Create new content locker" button on CPAGrip
Click the Create New Content Locker button

Generate the code for the locker

You’ll see that a new locker is plopped into your list. You then need to click the big green button. “Get Code”.

This is the code that you’ll use to put the locker from CPAGrip on WordPress!

Choose your settings, then copy it

Once you’ve pressed the big green button, a modal (seen above) will pop out with your code. You can either copy this as it is, or you can fiddle with the Javascript and AdBlock protection. It’s all down to personal taste. Personally, I don’t use protection.

Paste it into notepad.


Installing your content locker

So now you need to put the code into your WordPress blog. There’s a few simple ways and a tonne of hard ways.

The main kick to the groin that you’re going to feel, will occur if you try to directly edit your theme. Don’t do this. If your theme updates, your lockers go. Instead, install a simple free plugin.

Install a header script plugin

Install head & footer code so you can put CPAGrip on WordPress
Any plugin that allows your to add scripts to your <head> section will do; there are many, they all do the same.

These plugins will allow you to paste code into them. Following this, they’ll automatically apply the code to your <head>, the part of the blog’s HTML code that contains the locker code.

The video below demonstrates how you can use a plugin called “insert headers and footers” to do this.

Paste in your locker code

Now that you’ve got your plug-in installed, you need to paste the code that you stored in notepad into the plugin.

You might need to refresh your cache to see any changes occur, but this should work straight out of the box.


Wrap-up

Just to get this over to you in the shortest manner possible, here are some bullet points.

  • Goto CPAGrip dashboard
  • Goto Monetization Tools
  • Click Content Lockers in the drop-down
  • Create New Content Locker
  • Get code
  • Copy code
  • Install <head> editing plugin
  • Paste code
  • Save
  • Make Money from CPA

That should cover everything that you need to know about installing the CPAGrip’s content locking code on WordPress!

I've been interested in everything technology, money, and business-based, since a child. I hope to grow these passions into something spectacular.

6 Comments

  1. Hi miller, how to lock only one page in my worpress? example misite.com/downloads/ with the content locker?.

    • I get a 404 error when I go there..
      But you would simply paste your code into the head area of that page..

    • The content locker discussed in this post is for the full page locker. If you use the URL/File Locker you can choose strictly which one you want to lock, so effectively yes.

      I’m a tad confused by your question, so let me know if I’ve answered it for you 😀

  2. how to put code onclick=”call_locker();” with button etc download in post WP

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