Your site’s WordPress theme controls the appearance of every frontend page in your membership site. This guide for theme authors and developers demonstrates how to use the pmpro_element_class filter to apply custom theme styles to frontend membership components.
Online member and subscription based businesses are growing. With growth comes a major opportunity for freelancers. Both developers and non-developers can expand their customer base and provide more services for their existing customers with memberships.
This guide explores how you can grow your freelance or small agency business with a specialty in building, maintaining, and marketing membership and subscription e-commerce websites.
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.
Below are my summarized notes from our two Dev Chats in February. Notes from the February 18th, 2016 Dev Chat We discussed releasing official “beta” or “release candidate” versions of the plugin before releasing updates to the WordPress.org repository. The WordPress Beta Tester plugin could be used as a model for creating a similar plugin for (more…)
Rather than post the raw transcript, I’m going to start posting a summary from our dev chats. We hold these chats roughly once a month at paidmembershipspro.slack.com. We’re working on an easier way to join the Slack group, but for now you can get Jason to add you by posting a comment on a blog (more…)
Today at 3pm EST, we will hold a dev chat on #Slack. If you’ve participated in a previous dev chat on #Slack, you’re good to go – just “show up” at 3pm. If you are new, you’ll need to be invited to our #Slack channel. 1. Reply to this blog post and be sure to (more…)
Below is a transcript of the PMPro Dev Chat held today. Lots of good ideas on how to keep track of addon updates and generally how to keep in touch with the PMPro developer community. We will have another chat next week. I’ll post to the blog details when it’s scheduled. Thanks to everyone who participated today.
Today at 2pm EDT, we will hold a dev chat. This time we are going to host the chat on #Slack which is the chatting application that all of the cool kids (i.e. the core WordPress team) is using. Slack is going to be great for dev chats going forward since we use the tool (more…)