Customizing the Default Member Directory Sort Order

Our PMPro Member Directory and Profiles Add On allow you to add a public or members-only directory to your membership site.

This directory has a default sort order of First Name followed by the Last Name of the member. This recipe will override the default sort order to display the member’s Last Name followed by their First Name.

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Creating a Subscription-Based Website: How Fleischer Tour Fit Leveraged PMPro

For small-business owners building their online presence from the ground up, creating a successful eCommerce platform out of an otherwise blank webpage can feel daunting.

WordPress helps simplify this process with dozens of free and customizable themes and plugins to quickly get a website up and running. However, one of the biggest challenges for small companies, after they first build their page is finding the right combination of tools that will help transform a simple website into a profitable business venture.

Learn how accomplished golfer and instructor Jennifer Fleischer successfully took her training services online using Stranger Studio’s WordPress plugin, Paid Memberships Pro.

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Add WooCommerce Billing Fields to the Paid Memberships Pro Invoice

Are you using Woocommerce to sell Paid Memberships Pro memberships? You might need to add the billing fields that are collected from WooCommerce and add them to your PMPro invoices for record keeping. If so, we have just the right code recipe for you.

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Gold Country Yoga Finds Membership Website Development Success With PMPro

When COVID-19 first reached the U.S., businesses both large and small were forced to entirely reevaluate the way they operated.

People had to get creative when it came to transforming their in-person businesses into entirely digital experiences. For small-business owners, failing to innovate and adapt to a now-virtual world meant risking having to permanently close their doors. Gold Country Yoga, a studio located in the small city of East Sonora, California, was no exception. However, husband and wife team Mark Holmes and Ellen Cremer rose to the challenge. 

By joining together their unique professional backgrounds and Stranger Studios’ plugin, Paid Memberships Pro, Mark and Ellen were able to reinvent a physical yoga studio as a successful online business.

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Build a Members-Only BuddyBoss Membership Site

Private online communities are a rising trend, allowing members to communicate more openly on focused topics and shared interests. You can now create a premium, private BuddyBoss membership community on WordPress without any developer experience.

With Paid Memberships Pro, your site can restrict public access and offer paid subscriptions alongside the BuddyBoss Platform. This article outlines the top features for sites using PMPro as their BuddyBoss membership plugin.

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Give Customers a Membership Level After Purchasing Downloads in EDD

This guide demonstrates how to restrict content on your site to customers who have made a download purchase through Easy Digital Downloads (EDD).

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EDD is a powerful ecommerce plugin for selling digital products including eBooks, software, PDF files, and more. The customizations in this guide connect download purchases to membership levels in Paid Memberships Pro. After checkout, your customers gain immediate access to protected content.

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Fixing Membership Checkout Error “reCAPTCHA failed missing-input”

You may see the error message “reCAPTCHA failed missing-input Please try again” at Membership Checkout if you require reCAPTCHA, but no reCAPTCHA information was passed through the form. The most common reason for this error is a custom checkout template that is not compatible with the most recent version of PMPro.

This guide instructs you or your theme developer on how to fix your custom checkout template and resolve this error.

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PMPro Update 2.5.7

Version 2.5.7 of Paid Memberships Pro is out with a handful of bug fixes. These bugs have the potential to hinder sales, so be sure to upgrade. In particular, there are important updates to how subscriptions are handled when using the Braintree Gateway. If you are using Braintree Payments with recurring subscriptions, you will want (more…)

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PMPro Update 2.5.6

Version 2.5.6 of Paid Memberships Pro is out with 1 security fix and a handful of other bug fixes. Thank you to Gen Sato for the responsible disclosure of the security issue fixed in this release. This issue allowed users with user query access to execute a SQL injection, which could be used to update (more…)

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