Change “Pay by Check” wording to open up more payment options for members.

Our Pay by Check Add On adds a second payment option for members to make purchase by “Check”. With a little help from WordPress’ gettext filter, you can open up more payment options for your members….

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How to adjust your membership site’s default currency format.

Currency formatting varies from country to country. For example, the placement of a comma (“,”) or period (“.”) in a currency format can mean something completely different depending on what currency is being used. Our core plugin offers formatting for several built-in currencies, which you can specify on the Memberships > Payment Settings page, but…

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Restrict Checkout for Users with a History of Refunds

Let’s face it, dealing with refunds is an unavoidable part of your membership business. Some number of your refunds will be from legitimate users that realize they do not need or want your membership any more.

Some refunds, though, may be from abusive users who know that they can sign up, consume your membership product (whether that’s support, premium content or guides, downloads and more), then cancel and request a refund right away. If you are seeing this become a widespread problem, check out the code recipes below.

How to Design Your Membership Levels Page: Custom Order, Dynamic List, Hide the Display, or Skip it Mega Post

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:

It’s a useful guide if you aren’t quite sure of a method to use and want to explore your options.

How to stop members from renewing their membership level.

In this week’s tooltip, we show you how you can prevent members from renewing their membership (and why you might need this).

Display Comments on a Members-Only Post to Non-Members

Give users a little insight into your blog posts by displaying comments to non-members. This can be a great way to provide social proof for your content without exposing it publicly….

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Learn how to load JS scripts to the Paid Memberships Pro pages of your membership site.

Have you ever needed to load a script to one or more of your Paid Memberships Pro pages? Use the code recipe to load scripts that you get from online platforms like Facebook Pixel and Google Analytics to your membership site….

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How to display the Member’s Shipping Address in the Orders admin area.

The Orders admin area of PMPro allows you to track sales, confirm payments, and verify successful membership checkouts. If your site is also capturing the member’s shipping information using the Add Shipping Address to Membership Checkout Add On, this code recipe will add the member’s “Shipping Address” details to the order. It should help to simplify…

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