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.

A Wild JavaScript Appears

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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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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.

How to speed up your membership site

Build your online business on a platform you own.

New online businesses are launching every moment of every day: membership sites, online stores, and everything else you can imagine. Loads of software tools, Sass apps, platforms, and site builders are available to help these businesses go to market faster, at a lower cost, and with less technical demands.

I believe that it is in your best interest to own the platform that the core of your business is built on. This article explores why owning your platform is so important and how you can leverage existing tools to help grow your digital empire.

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How To Be Productive When Working Remotely

Did you know that the team behind Paid Memberships Pro is completely distributed? Yup, we are fully remote and are scattered around the World in 2 different continents, 8 cities, and 3 timezones!

Being part of a remote environment can be extremely rewarding, freeing and invigorating but it also can present some challenges – no workplace is perfect after all! In this article, I’ll share some tips on how you can be more productive working in a remote environment.

Build Your Nest Egg

We all agree that its awesome to #GetPaid, but building a sustainable core business or side hustle that serves as your #NestEgg is a deeper, more valuable concept. In this article, we explore what it means to “Build A Nest Egg” and why having any nest egg at all matters.

How We Built A Subscriber List of 50,000+ Members

Paid Memberships Pro has always been and always will be 100% GPL and available for free to download from WordPress.org. So how are we capturing (and hopefully converting) all of these free users of our plugin and documentation?

Below are a few tactics that have helped Paid Memberships Pro grow into (one of) the most used membership plugins for WordPress.

How to Copy and Paste Custom PHP Recipes

WordPress, your theme, and your site’s plugins offer a wide range of recipes to extend and enhance core functionality. These methods often rely on a working knowledge of PHP.

This post will help non-developers using WordPress that want to do a bit more to customize their site. After reading this article, you will have a better understanding of what HTML is, what PHP is, how to safely copy and paste recipes into your site, and how to fix things if anything goes wrong.

How to use a Page Builder to create a custom Membership Level Pricing page.

The landing page for your levels is the primary place your site will attract and sell its membership products. Our plugin includes a few options to design this page, including the default [pmpro_levels] shortcode and the enhanced options when using the Advanced Levels Page Shortcode Add On.

What if you need more control over this page and would like to design a completely custom page for your levels? In this article, I will take you through the process of building a new membership levels page using the Elementor Page Builder, an open source plugin available in the WordPress plugin repository.