Our plugin filters your members-only content using WordPress’ the_content template tag. Occasionally, certain themes and plugin elements also filter on this template tag, which can result in improper/unexpected members-only content filtering.
The code recipe below can help resolve this by running the PMPro filter later.
Default Content Filter Priority
By default, we run our filter on
the_content at priority “5”. So, if you are able to locate where your plugin/theme/page builder is filtering
the_content, you’ll know how much you need to increase the priority of the
The Code Recipe: Filter Member Content at Priority
Special Notes About Content Filters
Increasing the priority of the filter will sometimes cause certain elements (e.g. “share” links) to be filtered that you don’t want to be filtered. In this case, edits to your theme, child theme, or filters on the third-party plugins used are required to get the desired effect. Reach out to our support team for help with filters and theme or plugin conflicts.
Running the PMPro Shortcodes Later
We’ve also run into themes and plugins that run special formatting filters on the
This can affect the shortcodes used for frontend pages such as the Membership Checkout page, Membership Billing page, Membership Cancel page, and others.
The gist below can be used to force WordPress to process PMPro’s shortcodes later on, after any other formatting filters are already run.
Again, the priority of how these functions are fired may need to be tweaked to achieve the desired effect. We can help in the member forums.
Adding the Recipe to Your Website
You can add this recipe to your site by creating a custom plugin or using the Code Snippets plugin available for free in the WordPress repository. Read this companion article for step-by-step directions on either method.
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