This code recipe will allow you to adjust the QR code on your Paid Memberships Pro Membership Card to a specific size. This comes in handy if you want a more minimalistic-looking membership card or if you would like a more visible QR code.
This code recipe will allow you to give your members more exposure to their written articles by displaying a link to their author post archives on their member profile page.
Assign a Membership Level to a specific WordPress user role. This can be an effective way to subscribe a user to a membership when they interact with your website using a different plugin other than Paid Memberships Pro.
Did you know that even website administrators will need an active membership level in order to see member-only content? Use this code recipe to override the behavior of the pmpro_has_membership_access_filter to always allow admin access to restricted content.
Our Paid Memberships Pro Series Add On allows you to drip feed content to your members over the course of their membership. This is a great way to keep members coming back or make sure members do not consume all of your content at once.
By default, all the posts of a series can be seen in a list. However, members can only access it at a certain time. In the event that you wish to hide upcoming or not-yet-accessible content, you will need to use this code recipe to do so.
Our PMPro Member Directory and Profiles Add On allow you to add a public or members-only directory to your membership site.
This directory has a default sort order of First Name followed by the Last Name of the member. This recipe will override the default sort order to display the member’s Last Name followed by their First Name.
Are you using Woocommerce to sell Paid Memberships Pro memberships? You might need to add the billing fields that are collected from WooCommerce and add them to your PMPro invoices for record keeping. If so, we have just the right code recipe for you.
This guide demonstrates how to restrict content on your site to customers who have made a download purchase through Easy Digital Downloads (EDD).
EDD is a powerful ecommerce plugin for selling digital products including eBooks, software, PDF files, and more. The customizations in this guide connect download purchases to membership levels in Paid Memberships Pro. After checkout, your customers gain immediate access to protected content.
Are you looking for a way to personalize the member experience? Or, does your membership site include a public directory or other community features? If so, you may be looking for a way to allow members to manage their WordPress user avatar as part of their membership account.
In this guide, I share my top 3 recommendations for user profile picture management in WordPress. You’ll learn about the popular WordPress plugin Basic User Avatars, try a recipe for native avatar management in PMPro, and see how to instruct members to update their Gravatar.
There are many options when it comes to choosing an avatar management plugins for your WordPress site. These plugins allow users to adjust their profile picture without needing to edit the Gravatar for their account email.
If you’d prefer a native solution for your PMPro site, this guide will show you how to add avatar management without the need for a third party plugin. The recipe uses the field field type in Register Helper to add an avatar upload form at membership checkout or on the frontend member profile edit page.