I have a section at the bottom of my page with icons that navigates members (logged-in) from different pages. It consists of ‘profile’, ‘leads’, ‘orders’ and ‘filter’.
I wish for non-logged-in users (customers) not to see this navigation section as the the customers can check a members profile and do not want them entering those pages.
Is there a way to hide this section to non-logged in users?
The section’s class I want to hide is called ‘icon-container’
You can use
is_user_logged_in() to check if whether the current visitor is a logged in user.
So, in the php file, you can do it like this:
<?php if (is_user_logged_in()): ?> <section> </section> <?php endif; ?>
<section> will only be rendered if the user is logged in.