It’s not everyday a business turns 10 years old. Only ⅓ of businesses even make it to 10 years. But on July 6, 2021, Paid Memberships Pro turned 10, and we couldn’t be more proud.
If you’re looking to start a new membership site on WordPress, you are probably comparing several platforms for your project. One of the best ways to get a true feel for any software out there is to take it for a test drive. For this reason, we’ve put together a complete demo site—the “Must Love Dogs” membership program—that you can download and use.
Your demo site includes sample settings, member data, a history of orders for reporting, and several feature-enhancing Add Ons. You’ll get a true experience for what it will be like to manage a Membership site on WordPress.
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.
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.
We received a notice from Stripe that they are extending the length of their charge identifier from 17 characters to 27 characters.
This update will not affect your membership site running Paid Memberships Pro. We have confirmed that the database column that stores charge identifiers is already set to allow up to 32 characters.
Version 2.3.3 of Paid Memberships Pro is out with a handful of bug fixes, including a security patch. All users are advised to update as soon as possible.
The security issue involves a SQL injection vulnerability on the add/edit orders page in the WP dashboard. A user must be logged in as an administrator to launch the attack. We do not suspect that this vulnerability is being actively exploited. Even so, it is important to fix this issue since it could be used in conjunction with other vulnerabilities to do damage to your site.
Version 2.3 of Paid Memberships Pro introduces several new features that will not be configured after updating. This guide aims to highlight the settings you’ll need to update in order to take full advantage of new features and enhancements.
Business is great. We crossed $3,000,000 in total sales recently. Last year we did $810,000 in revenue, a 23% growth over the previous year. —Jason Coleman
Onboarding new team members have been an interesting learning process for a project that began with just two people, a husband and wife, and has now grown to nearly 10 full-time people.
Now, nearly two months into training we have two new additions to our support team. I am excited to share with you some background on these newest members here at Paid Memberships Pro.