PMPro Update 2.1.3

Paid Memberships Pro v2.1.3Version 2.1.3 of Paid Memberships Pro is out with an important update for sites using the Stripe Subscription Update feature. We’ve also improved some aspects of the Memberships admin user interface and fixed a few warnings and issues related to sessions and CSV exports for specific server setups.

Please update Paid Memberships Pro from the plugins page of your WordPress dashboard. You can also get the latest version of PMPro here or version 2.1.3 specifically here.

Sitewide Sales: An Add On to help you run a successful holiday sale on memberships and subscriptions.

The Sitewide Sale Add On simplifies the creation, management and reporting for sites looking to run a sitewide or flash sale on memberships and subscriptions.
PMPro Sitewide Sales Add On

Variable Pricing Add On v.4.3 Release: Enhanced Security, JavaScript Inline Validation, Currency Formats

v.4.3 of the Variable Pricing Add On is now available. The member’s price is now validated via JavaScript inline to ensure they have entered a price that fits within the requirements of the level. We’ve added support for currency formats where the symbol is positioned at the right of the value and performed a full security pass related to escaping and sanitization.

This entry was posted by Kimberly Coleman in Release Notes and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Last updated: September 11, 2019. Titled Variable Pricing Add On v.4.3 Release: Enhanced Security, JavaScript Inline Validation, Currency Formats

You don’t need a membership plugin.

Membership plugins are designed to help your site restrict content, accept subscription payments, manage member profile information and more. But is a plugin always the right solution?

A very simple membership site may not actually require a membership plugin. This article will show you how to restrict your entire WordPress site for logged in users only.

You don't need a membership plugin

This entry was posted by Kimberly Coleman in Recipes and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Last updated: September 9, 2019. Titled You don’t need a membership plugin.

5 Principles for Improving Relationships to Grow and Retain More Members

Jason and I recently met up with an old friend and former client, Ed Wallace, to discuss member organizations, associations, and membership sites. Watch the full interview below or listen via the audio-only link to discover how these 5 key principles can improve your membership or association’s offering.
Applying the principles of the relationship engine to your membership site

Ninja Forms: Add Hidden Field for Membership Level

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…

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Create a Robust Association Membership Site on WordPress

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.

PMPro: Open Source Association Management Software

Exclude Certain Email Domains from Membership Signup

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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