[Wishlist] Fully Secure Content inside of Webflow Planned

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Memberstack Team

[This post was migrated from our old community roadmap]

1) The problem → I want to use Webflow to host my content, but I want it to be fully secure.
2) Why is this important → My clients understand Webflow and our stack is built around it. I don't want to use another CMS. Also, my content needs to be more secure than just basic front-end redirects.
3) What's your plan B → Hope people don't get access to my content. Wait for Webflow memberships.
4) Possible solutions we could build for you → A way to secretly tell Memberstack which pages are which and have Memberstack serve the content dynamically. i.e use fake links on the site which Memberstack maps back to the real page hosted in Webflow.

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  • Comment author
    Duncan Hamra
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    • Official comment

    Alternative: You can host HTML content and links directly within Memberstack, ensuring that your “hosted” content is only accessible to members with the appropriate plans or permissions. Learn more. 

    If you are excited about this feature please leave a 👍 and a comment explaining why this feature is important for your project. We read every comment and prioritize our roadmap with those comments in mind.

    This feature may go into development in 2023 🤞

  • Comment author
    Daniel Innovate

    How far out is this feature? Thank you.

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  • Comment author
    Duncan Hamra

    Hey Daniel Innovate 👋

    No ETA at this time. We've built a few prototypes but the best solution here will be getting Page API access from Webflow. Then we could rely on their native page gating functionality. 

    I'll keep you in the loop as things change here. 

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  • Comment author
    Alex Rooster

    Is there any update on this? I'm interested in securing my paywalled content on my Webflow site without using Javascript, since that can be easily bypassed. I'll immediately switch my membership SaaS to the first company that allows this.

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  • Comment author
    Duncan Hamra

    Alex Rooster totally fair.

    Until Webflow give us a way to request content directly from their backend there isn't anything we can do. Is it possible to use Cloudflare to block/allow access at the DNS level, but even this can be circumvented. 

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