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.
The Require Membership Block allows you to hide or show nested blocks by level or for non-members. Watch the quick demo below to see how you can use this feature for your Membership site.
Paid Memberships Pro can be used to set up membership levels with many different pricing structures. You can configure a level to offer a recurring subscription or a level with a one-time payment and expiration date. Unless you really want a membership to expire after a certain time frame, you usually DO NOT want to set BOTH a recurring billing amount AND an expiration date on your levels.
If you’re looking to customize the general appearance of your Membership Checkout, one of the easiest methods to use is styling the page via CSS. We have some tutorials on enqueueing a customizations stylesheet for general PMPro Customizations, but what if you want to modify the appearance for a specific level ID at checkout?
Continue reading to learn how to customize the appearance of a specific level’s Checkout process.
I’ve been asked this simple question many times recently: “How do I display the current user’s membership level in my theme?”
This post details how to use the
[pmpro_member] shortcode, included in the main plugin, to show specific information about the current logged in user’s membership.
This guide covers some of the most common pricing models for membership sites and how to configure level pricing for your site. It’s a useful guide if you’re just getting started with Paid Memberships Pro and would like to learn the different ways you can potentially charge members.
Your prospects and leads are a group of potential customers that have an interest in your business and products, often referred to as your “list.”
In this article, we tackle the problem of building and growing your list. We’ll show you how to leverage a Free Membership product as the first phase of your business’ sales funnel and (ultimately) help you convert list members from prospects to lifetime customers.
Page builders are a popular way to create a more visually appealing user experience on your site. Many Paid Memberships Pro users are confused with how to properly use these tools alongside the required shortcodes on various pages of your membership site, such as the pricing page or membership account page.
This post covers how to resolve conflicts between plugin shortcodes and popular page builders such as SiteOrigin Page Builder, Elementor and Beaver Builder.
A new post editing and customization experience named “Gutenberg” is coming to WordPress. This post shares how the team at Paid Membership Pro is preparing, planning, and designing for the editor’s release to offer better tools and options for membership sites running our plugin.
As you begin to build a membership or subscription business online, one of the first decisions you need to consider is pricing. More specifically, what type of pricing model do you want to use for your business?
This post aims to cover the most popular pricing models for membership-type businesses.
- Fixed Term Membership
- Recurring Subscriptions with Fixed Price per Period
- Front-loaded Membership Pricing
- Installment Plans
- Free or Reduced-rate Trial Periods
- Lifetime Membership
- Group Pricing / Sponsored Membership / Umbrella Plans
- Addon Pricing Models
- Utility Pricing
- Donations or “Pay What You Want” Membership