Sometimes, a little compassion goes a long way. This code recipe will give your members a 15-day grace period for their membership. When your members reach their expiration date, this grace period will come into effect. Allowing your members to get their account in order without losing access to the content of your membership site….
This code recipe will allow your recurring members to see the renewal date of their membership on your memberships site’s account page….
Theme authors and developers often ask how to modify a membership email or plugin-generated page. Most templates can be adjusted using Action and Filter Hooks, custom stylesheet/CSS, and the Email Templates Admin Editor Add On.
Some customizations can only be achieved through a completely custom template. This article explains how to use the
pmpro_loadTemplate() function to load any of the plugin-generated pages or system-generated emails from a different location.
Membership level information (including the name, description, and confirmation message) needs special consideration if you want to display your site’s content in multiple languages. The recipe below demonstrates how to translate level information for each of your site’s offered languages. This works well in conjunction with WPML for multilingual sites….
This code recipe will allow you to exclude certain Woocommerce products from Membership Discounts when using Paid Memberships Pro and the PMPro WooCommerce Integration….
Twenty Twenty is the newest theme released with WordPress version 5.3. I tested this new theme with Paid Memberships Pro and believe it is a strong choice for anyone looking to start a membership site on WordPress.
Watch the video below to see the theme working together with PMPro. The article include screenshots of the frontend theme experience as well as a block of custom CSS you can use to make this plugin and theme combo even tighter.
Entice your website visitors into opting in for your membership program, and improve your website’s search engine ranking – all in one – with this code recipe….
Our Custom Post Type Membership Access Add On protects CPTs for members only and redirects non-members away from the content. This article will show you how to disable that redirect and allow non-members to view the single CPT page….
If you’re using MyCRED or considering a system to award users for interacting with your WordPress powered website, this code recipe is for you. The article includes two recipes: one to award points at the initial membership checkout and another to award points with every recurring membership payment made. You can customize the point value…
In this week’s tooltip, we show you how you can prevent members from renewing their membership (and why you might need this).