This recipe demonstrates how to include the user’s membership level in their Ninja Forms submissions. If a user is logged in and has a membership level, this code gist captures that Membership Level and saves it in the submission. Our updated recipe now offers support for Ninja Forms version 3+ as well as a previous…
Modern Associations are faced with a broad range of solutions to move membership processes online, while at the same time attracting and retaining more members. Read on to explore what I believe are the key considerations of an association looking to build a new membership site or migrate from antiquated third-party tools.
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In this recipe, we demonstrate how to exclude members from using specific email domains when signing up. It’s a useful recipe when you are trying to blocking disposable email accounts. This is an inverse recipe for a previous post that demonstrated how to require members to use one or more approved email domains….
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v.5.3 of the Subscription Delays Add On for Paid Memberships Pro improves how custom dates are handled when determining the start date of the member’s recurring payment, including two-digit placeholder values when an extended delay is needed.
v1.3 of the Approvals Add On for Paid Memberships Pro provides several security and issue-related fixes. We have also added compatibility for the Member Directory and Profiles Add On so that unapproved members will not be displayed.
v.5.4 of the Recurring Payment Email Reminders Add On repairs a few issues related to SQL queries, custom WordPress database prefixes, as well as better options for the admin to perform a dry run before emails are sent to their members.
Many site owners want to limit the number of members that can sign up for a membership level. This is useful if you are restricting membership for a unique course or training experience, or just want to create some scarcity as a marketing tactic. The recipe adds a setting on the Memberships > Membership Levels…
Add a custom report to the Memberships > Reports dashboard that displays a report of your membership site’s upgrades/downgrades. See this blog post on custom reports to learn how to add the custom code to your site….