Restrict Videos With Vimeo

Did you know that you can use Vimeo to restrict your video content and build a member-only video library? In this guide, we will cover a couple of key points to get you started on your journey to restrict videos with Vimeo.

Restrict videos with vimeo
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How to Restrict Videos with YouTube and WordPress

Our members often ask us for more information on the best ways to restrict or hide video content on their membership site. Since there are a variety of ways you can do this with Paid Memberships Pro we decided to write a few guides outlining a few of the more popular methods to lock down videos for members only. In this guide, we will discuss how to restrict videos with YouTube for your membership site.

restrict videos with youtube
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PMPro Update 2.4.3

Version 2.4.3 of Paid Memberships Pro is out with a security fix and a fix for the bundled Vietnamese language files. Thank you to the WordPress.org plugin review team who discovered a cross-site scripting vulnerability. Full details can be found in the change log below. Please update Paid Memberships Pro from the plugins page of (more…)

How to Add Code to WordPress Membership site: Code Snippets plugin

As a site owner, you might have come across specific customizations you need for your Paid Memberships Pro powered website. These customizations are usually found in a code recipe format from PMPro blog posts or provided by our Support Team. In this post, we will be showing you how to add code to a WordPress Membership site by using the Code Snippets Plugin.

How to add code to WordPress Code snippets plugin

PMPro Update 2.4.2

Paid Memberships Pro Update 2.4.2 is out with a handful of bug fixes and enhancements.

Several updates have been made to the PMPro REST API endpoints. In addition to fixing a few open issues, we have also made the REST API more secure by requiring appropriate user capabilities to access even the read-only (GET) endpoints. This is a good improvement, but also could break integration that was set up under the assumption that some of these endpoints had public access.

Our Recommendations for Web Hosting to Support PMPro

We often get asked our recommendations for web hosts that support Paid Memberships Pro. More often than that we see issues that crop up with running Paid Memberships Pro on certain hosts and setups. We may expand this article in the future to make more specific recommendations, but in the meantime, here are the rules to follow.

Our Recommendations for Web Hosting to Support PMPro
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Using the Zakra Theme By ThemeGrill with Paid Memberships Pro

The Zakra theme by ThemeGrill is a popular free theme available in the WordPress.org Themes Directory. This guide will help you make Paid Memberships Pro look better with the Zakra theme.

Using the Storefront Theme By Automattic with Paid Memberships Pro

The Storefront Theme by Automattic is a popular free theme available in the WordPress.org Themes Directory. This guide will help you make Paid Memberships Pro look better with the Storefront theme.

Using the Neve Theme by Themeisle with Paid Memberships Pro

The Neve Theme by Themeisle is a popular free theme available in the WordPress.org Themes Directory. This guide will help you make Paid Memberships Pro look better with the Neve theme.