Are you looking for a way to access pages in WordPress? You've come to the right place! WordPress stores the content of your posts and pages in the wp_posts table of your database. Because it uses dynamic PHP templates to display its content, it doesn't store an individual HTML file for each page of your site. Every time you visit a WordPress site, it loads a set of PHP scripts that query the database for the required content, and uses that content to create an HTML page on the fly, before sending that page to your browser. To access pages in WordPress, you'll need to gain access to the database of your website.
To do this, go to the customer service center or the web interface of your web hosting. There you need to find a “Database” section where you can find all the databases created for your website. Almost all web servers allow you to open your database in a viewing web application such as phpMyAdmin, which must be linked there. If this is not the case, consult your web host's knowledge base or contact your web host's support to find out how to access their database.Once you have access to the database, you'll see a list of all the pages you've created so far.
Select any page and scroll down to the Page Attributes box. In this box, there is a drop-down menu under Parent. To change the part of the URL (also known as the “slug”) that contains the name of your page, use the “Edit” button below the page title on the Edit screen of the particular page, accessible from the Pages tab of the WordPress admin screen.The easiest way to restrict access to a specific page (or other post content) is to use the different “Visibility” settings that WordPress provides by default. You can set up a hierarchical subscription model with Gold, Silver, and Bronze memberships, where gold is the highest and grants the most access.
The plugin allows you to create unlimited membership levels, each targeting a different type of content or area of the site to which you grant users access. With Paid Memberships Pro, you can ensure that only your members have access to different components of your website such as pages, posts, categories, forums, downloads, support content, and more.