The Membership Account page is the primary place that members will use to manage their account. The page can include a shortcode or block that will load your preferred “sections”.

Membership Page

Membership Account Sections

The page must contain either the membership account block or pmpro_account shortcode. Either method includes default sections you can enable or disable. You can use more than one shortcode per page to arrange sections in columns or between other page elements. Below is a description of each section available for this page:

  • Membership Section: Displays a list of the member’s active membership levels, including their price and expiration date. The member will see links to change, renew, cancel, or update their billing information in this section based on the status of their membership. You can filter or add links to this list using the pmpro_member_action_links hook.
  • Profile Section: Displays the member’s display name, username, and email address. The member will see links to edit their profile or update their password. You can filter or add links to this list using the pmpro_account_profile_action_links hook.
  • Invoices Section: Displays a list of the last 5 invoices for the user with a link to view all invoices if the user has more than 5.
  • Member Links Section: The core plugin does not include any member links in this section, but some Add Ons to leverage this section to show links to related content. You can add links to this section using the pmpro_member_links_top or pmpro_member_links_bottom hooks.
Membership Account Block with sections

Again, you can toggle the display of these sections whether you are using the block or shortcode method on your Membership Account page. Or, consider making this page a robust member dashboard by following our guide for popular types of membership sites.

Custom Titles for Membership Account Page Sections

When you insert a specific section or use the individual section’s block, you are given the option to change the heading or title of that section. For example, you can adjust the heading of the My Memberships section to rather say My Subscriptions, or leave this field blank if you do not want a heading in place.

Membership Account Block Settings

The headings are output using the HTML h2 tag. If you need your heading to use another hierarchical heading level, unset the label in the block settings then add it outside of the block you’ve placed in your page.

If you are using the shortcode, you can also set the title for a specific section using the shortcode attribute title. Note: setting a title only works when you are show a single section using the pmpro_account shortcode.

[pmpro_account section="profile" title="Manage Your Profile"]

Redirect Logic

When a site visitor tries to access the Membership Account page, they are redirected to the Log In page. After log in, all users will be redirected back to the Membership Account page.

You can adjust how non-member users are redirected from the Membership Account page using the pmpro_account_preheader_redirect.

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