Custom Checkout Template Compatibility with Terms of Service: Updates in v2.1.1

PMPro v2.1+ altered a few things about how the checkout page runs. One update was to allow the “Terms of Service” checkbox to stay checked when there are other checkout page errors (e.g. a required SCA authorization). If you are using a plugin or theme with a custom PMPro checkout template, you may need to update that plugin or theme. Continue reading to learn how to update your custom checkout template to support this new structure.

This entry was posted by Jason Coleman in General, Troubleshooting and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Last updated: September 17, 2019. Titled Custom Checkout Template Compatibility with Terms of Service: Updates in v2.1.1

PMPro Update v2.1

PMPro v2.1Version 2.1 of Paid Memberships Pro is out with SCA support for the Stripe gateway integration, along with other bug fixes and enhancements. These bugs have the potential to hinder sales, so be sure to upgrade. Full details and a changelog for the release are included in this article.

SCA Compliance for PMPro v2.1: Download the Initial Beta Release and Read the Setup Guide

Note: Version 2.1 of Paid Memberships Pro is out with SCA support for the Stripe gateway integration, along with other bug fixes and enhancements. Please read the full release notes for more information. Last Updated: September 15, 2019

Paid Memberships Pro v2.1 BetaOur v2.1 Release Candidate 1 is now available and includes SCA updates for the Stripe gateway. This update includes a major overhaul to our Stripe gateway, which now uses the Stripe Elements and PaymentIntents APIs.

This entry was posted by Jason Coleman in Release Notes and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Last updated: September 10, 2019. Titled SCA Compliance for PMPro v2.1: Download the Initial Beta Release and Read the Setup Guide

A Wild JavaScript Appears: Understanding The Many Ways JS is Used with WordPress

Today’s WordPress developers need to understand a variety of JavaScript methods and frameworks. This article covers the most common methods you’ll see in the wild in both older and more forward-looking WordPress code. Some examples include AJAX with jQuery, ES6, the Heartbeat API, REACT, and Gutenberg blocks.

My goal is to help you feel more comfortable opening up any JS file you come across in the WordPress world.

A Wild JavaScript Appears

This entry was posted by Jason Coleman in FAQ and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Last updated: May 15, 2019. Titled A Wild JavaScript Appears: Understanding The Many Ways JS is Used with WordPress

3 Key Success Factors for Thought Leaders and Subject Matter Experts Publishing on WordPress.

Are you a thought leader or expert in your field wondering how to get paid for all that knowledge? Are you a consultant successfully charging for one-on-one engagements, but looking to help a larger number of people through an online course or membership site?

We interact with a broad range of membership sites and through these interactions have zeroed in on 3 success factors that thought leaders and subject matter experts specifically should keep in mind while working on their membership site.

3 Key Success Factors for Thought Leaders Publishing on WordPress.

This entry was posted by Jason Coleman in Business and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Last updated: April 23, 2019. Titled 3 Key Success Factors for Thought Leaders and Subject Matter Experts Publishing on WordPress.