Version 2.0.7 of Paid Memberships Pro is out with a handful of bug fixes and minor enhancements. These bugs have the potential to hinder sales, so be sure to upgrade.
We’ve continued to improve and address edge cases with this newest release of the BuddyPress Integration Add On for Paid Memberships Pro. You can update the plugin via the Dashboard > Updates page in your WordPress admin. Read on to explore the full list of improvements.
v1.2.1 of the Developer’s Toolkit Add On repairs an issue with the “Cancel All Members” script. We’ve also cleaned up some of the code and fixed a browser compatibility issue where checkboxes were not remaining checked on the admin page in the Add On.
Learn how to use Register Helper to add a custom field to your membership site checkout page. You can use this to ask members for potential referrals, find out how members are hearing about you, or ask newly signed up members who referred them to your membership site….
Some gateways have built their APIs to be 1-to-1 compatible with the Authorize.net AIM API. So while our integration with Authorize.net is meant to be used with the actual Authorize.net gateway, it can also be used with these gateways using the “mirror API”. This recipe will show you how to filter the pmpro_authorizenet_post_url to point…
If you’re adding membership to an existing WordPress site with a lot of content, chances are you are looking for a way to speed up the initial setup process of restricting content throughout your site.
This post offers developers a few advanced methods to set up restrictions in bulk via MySQL.
If you get the error message “security header is not valid” when checking out at your site running Paid Memberships Pro, this is a PayPal error indicating that the API credentials are incorrect.
This recipe allows you to set a specific window of time for membership registration. Anyone who tries to checkout for the level after your specified cutoff date will be shown a message that registration has ended. The level will also be removed from display on your “Membership Levels” page after the cutoff date.
Version 2.0.5 of Paid Memberships Pro is out with a handful of bug fixes and new features to better counteract checkout spam. Read on to explore the full details of the update and steps you need to take to utilize these new features.
We have several tutorials for altering the membership levels page using the default [pmpro_levels] shortcode or the Advanced Levels Page Shortcode Add On. This post summarizes several methods to:
- Alter the display order,
- Dynamically display levels based on the current user’s level,
- Hide levels from display (without blocking registration), or
- Bypass the levels page entirely.
It’s a useful guide if you aren’t quite sure of a method to use and want to explore your options.