Theunis is the Support Team lead at Paid Memberships Pro. He is is a bit of a tech junkie and been fiddling with WordPress since its early days. He likes both the front and back-end of development cycles and is at he's happiest when he can make someone smile.
The Register Helper Add On allows you to create custom fields for the most common membership checkout and profile form needs. This post covers a lesser known feature of that Add On: the field’s custom save_function. You can use a custom callback function for any field to modify how and where the field’s value is saved.
The core Paid Memberships Pro plugin includes a setting to require agreement to your site’s “Terms of Service” at Membership Checkout. By default, the terms are loaded in a scrolling box directly on the checkout page. This recipe will show you how to display your TOS as a basic text link with a required checkbox….
Do you have a specific link you want to embed for your members in the account page? The code recipe in this post will enable you to hide or edit the profile action links on the Membership Account Page.
Whether you’re selling home-baked ginger cookies, running a consulting business or raising awareness for a cause you’re passionate about, chances are one of the first things on your list is to set up a website. Next up would be the challenging task of actually getting people to visit your site.
Page speed plays a massive role in both the User Experience, Bounce Rates, and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) of your site. This article focuses on making sure your website is quick and efficient so you can perform better in search and perform better for your visitors.