Redirect Members Who Have A Failed Payment To A Page Of Your Choice.

At some point, every membership site owner will experience failed subscription payments. There can be many reasons for this: perhaps a member simply intends to cancel or it was purely accidental and the member never updated their billing information. You can increase your chances of recovering the member’s account and failed payment by redirecting members…

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Add a customized notification banner to alert your members of upcoming expiration.

This code recipe adds a notification banner to remind members that their account will expire within 7 days—or any custom timeframe you would like. You can use the recipes with any WordPress theme, or specifically with a membership site using Memberlite.

BuddyPress Integration Add On v1.2.3 Released

We’ve continued to improve and address edge cases with this newest release of the BuddyPress Integration Add On for Paid Memberships Pro. You can update the plugin via the Dashboard > Updates page in your WordPress admin. Read on to explore the full list of improvements.

A Wild JavaScript Appears: Understanding The Many Ways JS is Used with WordPress

Today’s WordPress developers need to understand a variety of JavaScript methods and frameworks. This article covers the most common methods you’ll see in the wild in both older and more forward-looking WordPress code. Some examples include AJAX with jQuery, ES6, the Heartbeat API, REACT, and Gutenberg blocks.

My goal is to help you feel more comfortable opening up any JS file you come across in the WordPress world.

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Set Display Name for BuddyPress Profile at Membership Checkout

Many membership sites use BuddyPress to facilitate communication, messaging, and member engagement. By default, BuddyPress sets the user’s profile name as their selected user login. If you would like a more personalized BuddyPress profile, check out this recipe to set the name to the user’s First and Last name….

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Online Payments Are Changing: What You Need to Know About Strong Customer Authentication (SCA)

If you accept payments online or develop web apps that do, you may have noticed some new acronyms like “SCA”, “PSD2”, and “3DS2.0” floating around. As the world of online payments continues to evolve, new regulations and new technologies to support these regulations, become necessary to understand and comply with. This article aims to clarify what is changing with how you accept payments online.

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Memberlite v4.3 Announcement: Features, Enhancements, and and Bug Fixes

Memberlite v4.3 ReleaseWe’ve just released v4.3 of Memberlite. As the theme’s user base grows, we are getting more feedback related to requested features. This release incorporates several features requested by users and well as enhancements we have encountered in using the theme here on the PMPro site.

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How To Speed Up Your WordPress Membership Site

Whether you’re selling home-baked ginger cookies, running a consulting business or raising awareness for a cause you’re passionate about, chances are one of the first things on your list is to set up a website. Next up would be the challenging task of actually getting people to visit your site.

Page speed plays a massive role in both the User Experience, Bounce Rates, and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) of your site. This article focuses on making sure your website is quick and efficient so you can perform better in search and perform better for your visitors.

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Developer’s Toolkit Add On v.5.2 Released: Enhancements and Bug Fixes

v1.2.1 of the Developer’s Toolkit Add On repairs an issue with the “Cancel All Members” script. We’ve also cleaned up some of the code and fixed a browser compatibility issue where checkboxes were not remaining checked on the admin page in the Add On.

How to add a custom referral field to your membership site and how it can help you grow your business.

Learn how to use Register Helper to add a custom field to your membership site checkout page. You can use this to ask members for potential referrals, find out how members are hearing about you, or ask newly signed up members who referred them to your membership site….

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