We’re not the only membership site running a BFCM deal. Here are a some sites that use Paid Memberships Pro and are offering a promotion on membership this weekend.
This post recaps the Paid Memberships Pro Add Ons recently updated. Plus or Unlimited members can upgrade through their WordPress dashboard under Dashboard > Updates or Memberships > Add Ons. Be sure to backup your site before performing updates.
The holiday buying season is upon us—Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Giving Tuesday are less than 2 weeks away.
Join Jason Coleman for a webinar this Thursday, 15 November, as he sets up the Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale we’ll be running for our own site later this month.
It’s a very happy Monday here at Paid Memberships Pro! We’re excited to announce the release of a new Sitewide Sales Add On. The Add On simplifies the creation, management and reporting for sites looking to run a sidewide or flash sale on memberships and subscriptions.View the Add On
If you’re looking to customize the general appearance of your Membership Checkout, one of the easiest methods to use is styling the page via CSS. We have some tutorials on enqueueing a customizations stylesheet for general PMPro Customizations, but what if you want to modify the appearance for a specific level ID at checkout?
Continue reading to learn how to customize the appearance of a specific level’s Checkout process.
Memberlite has just been approved for inclusion in the WordPress Theme Directory. If you aren’t using Memberlite already, it can now be installed directly via your WordPress Dashboard. To install, go to Appearance > Themes > Add New and search for “Memberlite”.
Paid Memberships Pro emails a membership invoice for all recurring or renewing membership subscriptions. This email is not sent after the initial membership checkout because all of the relevant invoice details are included in the Membership Confirmation email. If you’ve customized the Confirmation email and removed invoice details, you may want to send a separate…
I’ve been asked this simple question many times recently: “How do I display the current user’s membership level in my theme?”
This post details how to use the
[pmpro_member] shortcode, included in the main plugin, to show specific information about the current logged in user’s membership.
Many development and staging sites want to restrict total access to the site’s folder on the webserver. One of the easiest ways to do this is by setting a UNIX password at the server level.
This advanced developer recipe shows you how to set up custom
.htaccess rules to allow your Webhook or IPN data through this security measure. This will allow you to properly configure and test payment gateways in Paid Memberships Pro.
While most membership sites we work with offer a rolling membership, many sites operate with a specific renewal schedule. Our Subscription Delays Add On adds a “delay” field to your membership levels and discount codes, allowing you to set a variable-length period between the member checkout and the subscription payment start date.
Read on to explore some popular applications of this logic.