Paid Memberships Pro provides a myriad of documentation on Frequently asked Questions (FAQ). These documents or posts pose a series of common questions and answers on specific topics. These topics range from popular membership feature requests, how-to videos, step-by-step guides, and even business advice.
Game-based features or “gamification” is a great way to stimulate member engagement and improve retention statistics. This article takes you through the ways you can incentivize participation in a membership site through gamification.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Have you ever wanted to do more with your membership pricing page? Did you know you can customize this page using the tools that are already at your disposal? In this article, we will cover a few popular methods you can use to make the membership pricing page of your dreams.
WordPress allows all user roles access to view an access-level appropriate version of the WordPress Dashboard. For most membership sites, access to this “backend” dashboard is often unnecessary and can be confusing for your users.
Below are some options for blocking this dashboard and redirecting users to the desired page on login.
If you are already running a premium Membership site, there are several reasons why you would want to create a separate website for free members. In this article, you will learn how to set up a membership site exclusively for free members. This guide applies to new member signups or members without a current subscription plan.
Are you having a tough time setting up our Register Helper Add On? Want to add some custom fields to your PMPro membership site but don’t know how?
In this step-by-step guide, I will do a complete Register Helper(RH) walkthrough. We will learn about code snippet plugins, navigating through the RH documentation, and set up some example custom fields of our own.
Do you have a specific link you want to embed for your members in the account page? The code recipe in this post will enable you to hide or edit the profile action links on the Membership Account Page.