Having technical problems on your site when using PMPRo and need a specific troubleshooting guideline? We have helped many customers troubleshoot issues that can come up when using our plugin. Troubleshooting guidelines include issues with Gateway Set-up, Emails, Updates, Errors and much more. If you don’t find what you are looking for, please reach out to our technical team in the Member Support Area ».
The ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS error indicates that the page you are trying to visit is caught in a “redirect loop”. It means that your browser is being infinitely redirected to a different page each time it hits the requested URL. After many attempts to land on the correct page, your browser still cannot successfully load your website so this error is displayed.
If you are experiencing this error on your site, continue reading to learn how to resolve and or debug the ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS error.
For many years we have recommended using the Theme My Login plugin to deliver a frontend login, password recovery, and profile editing experience. Version 2.3+ of Paid Memberships Pro now includes these features natively and the following guide will help you remove Theme My Login from your membership site and make use of the core PMPro functionality.
WordPress comes with the WP-Cron system to schedule repeated tasks. Paid Memberships Pro uses this system to schedule things like membership expirations, expiration warning emails, and credit card expiration warnings. If WP-Cron is not working properly on your site, expired members may not lose membership when you expect them to and warning emails may not be sent on time.
This post will go into some common issues with WP-Cron and how to troubleshoot and fix those issues on your WordPress site.
We’ve compiled this troubleshooting guide to help you fix a “Page Not Found” or 404 error in your membership site. The guide covers 404 errors for members-only content, your posts archive pages, and any plugin-generated pages in PMPro.
This post will help to troubleshoot a few common issues that can crop up at checkout when using Paid Memberships Pro with Stripe. Specifically, these troubleshooting and debugging tips will help if you receive one of the following errors at checkout:
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PMPro v2.1+ alters a few things about how the checkout page runs. One update was to allow the “Terms of Service” checkbox to stay checked when there are other checkout page errors (e.g. a required SCA authorization).
If you are using a plugin or theme with a custom PMPro checkout template, you may need to update that plugin or theme. Continue reading to learn how to update your custom checkout template to support this new structure.
This guide provides troubleshooting steps if your site is failing to create user accounts at checkout.
The same troubleshooting steps apply when your site is successfully processing membership payments or freezing at checkout entirely. You will know that this is happening if users report a white screen at checkout or if you see Orders in the Memberships > Orders admin page with the “User” listed as [none].
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.
Many development and staging sites want to restrict total access to the site’s folder on the webserver. One of the easiest ways to do this is by setting a UNIX password at the server level.
This advanced developer recipe shows you how to set up custom .htaccess rules to allow your Webhook or IPN data through this security measure. This will allow you to properly configure and test payment gateways in Paid Memberships Pro.