Version 2.5.1 of Paid Memberships Pro is out with a security fix and a handful of other enhancements and bug fixes. These bugs have the potential to hinder sales, so be sure to upgrade.
This is a list of the most common advanced development requests we see among membership site owners. Familiarizing yourself with the Paid Memberships Pro platform and codebase will help you become an Advanced Developer.
Explore this guide to build your skills in extending, customizing, and developing for WordPress membership sites.
In this showcase, we look at how IAWP used Paid Membership Pro to build an association membership site. More specifically, how they run memberships, protect content, and manage recurring online payments and subscriptions. We also explore Robert Wilkins’ journey in setting up the IAWP membership site.
The International Association of Workforce Professionals (IAWP) develops and connects workforce professionals. Their mission is to strengthen the workforce development system through education and networking.
Membership site owners are gearing up for one of the biggest Black Friday Cyber Monday weekends ever. We published this series of content geared at helping you fast track the sale planning and setup phase.
Dive into the articles and set yourself up to #DoBetterOnBlackFriday and throughout the holiday shopping season.
If you are using the PMPro BuddyPress Add On, this code recipe will allow you to add a new tab to your BuddyPress Profile page to show a user’s Membership Account information. This is particularly useful for membership-based community websites.
Use this tool to generate properly formatted links that “log in and redirect” a user. Users will be redirected to the specific page automatically after login.
We recommend using these specialty links every time you need to send users to a specific piece of content. This includes shared links on social media, in email newsletters, or in other member communications.
Version 2.5 of Paid Memberships Pro is out with two exciting features. Sites using Stripe can now offer browser payment methods like Apple Pay or Google Pay.
We have added native support for the popular Divi Builder. This integration allows you to restrict a section or row by membership level or for non-members.
Continue reading for more about these features, other bug fixes, and new enhancements in PMPro Version 2.5.
Paid Memberships Pro now enables members to pay using Apple Pay, Google Pay, or Microsoft Pay as an alternative to manually entering their credit card information. Also know as “Payment Request Buttons” or “Browser Payment”, this feature is available for membership sites using the Stripe payment gateway and v2.5+ of PMPro.
This guide will explain how to enable these payment options for your membership site and commonly asked questions about the feature.
Configure Paid Memberships Pro to accept a discount code across two separate WordPress websites. Please note that this code recipe is designed for advanced developer applications.
Membership site owners need more than just the technology to build on. We have interacted with thousands of business customers and they all face the same challenges to start, launch, and maintain a successful membership site.
This article outlines the value of joining a community like the Membership Academy. Learn how these groups connect you with other business owners on the same journey to grow a subscription site.