New to Beaver builder and I’m working with a membership site with an odd issue. Users are logging in to access their membership content, and they’re successfully redirected to their dashboard after login; however, once they go to a page that’s been built with Beaver Builder, that displays their restricted content, there’s some kind of caching issue and they get a message saying to sign in to access the content. I can reproduce this error myself, and with my admin account, the wordpress admin bar should appear at the top of the page while logged in– but it’s not there. It’s like the page is static and not “touching” wordpress at all.
Site is hosted on Siteground, nginx is being used as a reverse proxy cache, and Supercacher has been turned off; no cloudflare is enabled; I’ve added an htaccess directive to prevent caching on all pages. I am thinking that it’s Beaver Builder cache here… has anyone seen something like this before where a page is delivered as if to a logged-out user, when you’re logged in?