Browse the database of various hooks and filters available in Paid Memberships Pro. Select a hook or filter to view detailed information, examples, and related articles with code recipes.


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Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra list items to the Profile section on the Membership Account page, below Email Address.

Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra list items to the Profile section on the Account page, above Username.

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Action Hook: Use this hook to execute custom code after a PMPro order has been added.

Action Hook: Use this hook to execute custom code before a PMPro order has been added.

Action Hook: Use this hook to execute custom code after a user’s membership level is changed or cancelled. This hook passes the new level ID, the user ID of the WordPress user, and the level ID being cancelled (if specified).

Action Hook: Use this action to execute custom code after a user checks out, before any emails are sent. This hook passes the WordPress user’s id number and the membership order number.

Action Hook: Execute custom code or display extra fields on a user’s profile page.



Action Hook: This hook executes custom code at the end of an Order page in the WordPress dashboard. The MemberOrder object is passed.



Action Hook: This hook executes custom code when setting the current user with the WordPress core function. For more information on this view the wp_set_current_user() function in the WordPress Codex.

Action Hook: Since 1.7.10 This hook fires inside of the JS script tag returned by the applydiscountcode.php service. The hook can be used to do other PHP or JavaScript actions before sending the results of the discount code AJAX call to the client browser.

Action Hook: The pmpro_authnet_silent_post_fields filter and pmpro_before_authnet_silent_post and pmpro_after_authnet_silent_post hooks are passed the $fields variable built at the top of the Authorize.net Silent Post script that mirrors the $_REQUEST array.



Action Hook: do_action(‘pmpro_before_order_list_csv_export’, $order_ids);

Action Hook: This is executed at checkout before calling the sendToPayPal method on the order. The register helper plugin has been updated to update user meta fields during this hook in addition to the pmpro_after_checkout hook. (Because for PayPal Standard, when pmpro_after_checkout is called, the $_SESSION vars are unavailable to it. So other plugins relying on the (more...)


Action Hook: Execute code before sending the order to 2Checkout. This hook passes the user ID of the order’s customer and the MemberOrder object.

Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra fields to the checkout page or execute custom code immediately after the Billing Address fields.

Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra fields to the checkout page or execute custom code immediately after the Captcha field.

Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra fields to the checkout page or execute custom code immediately after the Email fields.


Action Hook: Use this hook to execute custom code immediately after the level cost on the checkout page.

Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra fields to the checkout page or execute custom code immediately after the Password fields.


Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra fields to the checkout page or execute custom code immediately after the Prcing fields.

Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra fields to the checkout page or execute custom code immediately after the Terms of Service field.

Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra fields to the checkout page or execute custom code immediately after the Username fields.

Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra fields to the checkout page or execute custom code immediately after the User fields.



Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra fields to the checkout page or execute custom code immediately before the Submit button.

Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra fields to the checkout page or execute custom code in the middle of the checkout page.

Action Hook: Use this hook to execute code on the checkout page before headers are sent. “Preheader” code runs during the WordPress “init” hook.

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Action Hook: Use this hook to execute custom code just  before  a discount code is deleted. This passes the ID of the discount code to be deleted.

Action Hook: Use this hook to execute custom code just before a membership level is deleted. This passes the ID of the membership level to be deleted.

Action Hook: Use this hook to execute custom code after an order is deleted. It passes the order ID and order object being deleted.

Action Hook: Use the pmpro_discountcodes_extra_cols_body and pmpro_discountcodes_extra_cols_header hooks to add extra columns  to the discount codes page. This hook accepts the body HTML code of the extra column.

Action Hook: Use the pmpro_discountcodes_extra_cols_body and pmpro_discountcodes_extra_cols_header hooks to add extra columns  to the discount codes page. This hook accepts the header HTML code of the extra column.

Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra fields or execute custom code after the level settings when editing discount codes.

Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra fields or execute custom code after the settings when editing discount codes.

Action Hook: Since 1.7.15. In services/getfile.php, fires when a user tries to access a file that they don’t have access to.


Action Hook: Change or add parameters to an name-value-pair string sent to PayPal when trying to get subsription details in some cases. Passes the nvpString and order object.

Action Hook: Add extra list item (<li></li>) elements to the Confirmation and Invoice pages. Passes the MemberOrder attached to that invoice.

Action Hook: Add extra list item (<li></li>) elements to the Confirmation and Invoice pages. Passes the MemberOrder attached to that invoice.

Action Hook: Use this hook to add extra fields or execute custom code on the Edit/Add Membership Level pages after the “Other Settings” section.



Action Hook: Use the pmpro_memberslist_extra_cols_body and pmpro_memberslist_extra_cols_header hooks to add extra columns to the Memberships > Members List page. This hook passes the usermeta of the current user being displayed.

Action Hook: Use the pmpro_memberslist_extra_cols_body and pmpro_memberslist_extra_cols_header hooks to add extra columns to the Memberships > Memberships List page. This hook passes the usermeta of the current user being displayed.



Action Hook: Add extra list item links to the bottom of the Member Links section on the Membership Account page.

Action Hook: Add extra list item links to the top of the Member Links section on the Membership Account page.

Action Hook: Add extra columns to the Orders page with the pmpro_orders_extra_cols_body and pmpro_orders_extra_cols_header hooks. Passes the $order object.

Action Hook: Add extra columns to the Orders page with the pmpro_orders_extra_cols_body and pmpro_orders_extra_cols_header hooks. Passes the array of order IDs


Action Hook: Saves extra variables to the session for use in certain cases with PayPal Express.

Action Hook: Execute custom code after saving a discount code.

Action Hook: Executes custom code after saving a discount code’s level settings.

Action Hook: Execute custom code after saving a membership level.

Action Hook: Execute custom code when a subscription is cancelled on Stripe’s end.

Action Hook: For BrainTree only. Execute custom code before sending the Billing Failure email. Passes the user’s last successful MemberOrder object.

Action Hook: For BrainTree only. Execute custom code before sending the Subscription Expired email. Passes the user’s last successful MemberOrder object.


Action Hook: For PayPal and TwoCheckout only. Execute custom code before saving a successful order.

Action Hook: Execute custom code when a subscription payment fails. Passes the last successful MemberOrder object.

Action Hook: For BrainTree only. Execute custom code before sending the Billing Failure email. Passes the user’s last successful MemberOrder object.

Action Hook: Use this hook to execute custom code after a PMPro order has been updated. This hook returns the MemberOrder object.

Action Hook: Use this hook to execute custom code before updating a PMPro order. This hook returns the MemberOrder object.

Filter Hook: This filter changes the protocol used for URLs (https:// vs http://). If $besecure is set to true, the page will be loaded over HTTPS. For more information, read this blog post.

Filter Hook: This filter is the same as the WordPress core filter. PMPro uses it when displaying excerpts as part of the pmpro_membership_content_filter() function.

Filter Hook: This filter controls the translation template to load for a specific language by using WordPress’s core function get_locale().

Filter Hook: Change the URL you want to redirect to when a visitor without a WordPress user account visits the Membership Account page, or disable the redirect completely by passing 0. By default, this returns the Membership Levels page and accepts a URL.

Filter Hook: Change the URL you want to redirect to when a visitor without a PMPro membership visits the Membership Account page, or disable the redirect completely by passing 0. By default, this returns the Membership Levels page and accepts a URL.

Filter Hook: The pmpro_authnet_silent_post_fields filter and pmpro_before_authnet_silent_post and pmpro_after_authnet_silent_post hooks are passed the $fields variable built at the top of the Authorize.net Silent Post script that mirrors the $_REQUEST array.

Filter Hook: Use this hook to change the AJAX  timeout limit from 2000 (2 seconds) to something else when checking and applying discount codes on the Membership Checkout page.


Filter Hook: The pmpro_authnet_silent_post_fields filter and pmpro_before_authnet_silent_post and pmpro_after_authnet_silent_post hooks are passed the $fields variable built at the top of the Authorize.net Silent Post script that mirrors the $_REQUEST array.

Filter Hook: Use the Authorize.net gateway class with a different post url, e.g. if you have a gateway that offers an Authorize.net compatibility mode.

Filter Hook: This filter changes the protocol used for URLs (https:// vs http://). If $besecure is set to true, the page will be loaded over HTTPS. For more information, read this blog post.

Filter Hook: This hook controls whether or not PMPro cancels a user’s previous membership level at checkout, which is enabled at default. This is dangerous, but is useful in certain cases like the PMPro Addon Packages plugin.


Filter Hook: This filter controls whether to display and require the “Confirm Email” field at checkout. By default, it’s set to true (show and require field).

Filter Hook: This filter controls whether to display and require the “Confirm Password” field at checkout. By default, it’s set to true (show and require field).



Filter Hook: This hook allows you to modify the membership level object before checkout.


Filter Hook: This hook controls whether or not to allow registrations with email addresses which have already been used. By default, PMPro does not allow multiple registrations with one email address and shows an error if the email address has already been used.

Filter Hook: Used by integrated payment gateways to filter the order.

Filter Hook: apply_filters( “pmpro_checkout_order_free“, $morder );

Filter Hook: Force PMPro to login over http or https in case other plugins (like WordPress MU Domain Mapping) conflict with what should be chosen here

Filter Hook: This hook pmpro_checkout_start_date allows you to change the start date of a membership before checkout.

Filter Hook: Filter the results of the discount code check. This can be used to add additional programmatic requirements to a discount code being used. Return true if discount code is okay to use. Return false or a string containing the error text if the discount code is not okay to use.

Filter Hook: This filter controls whether discount codes should only be applied to certain levels. By default, this is set to true, and discount codes are checked to see if they apply to the membership level passed. Return true if the code can be used with the level supplied or false if not.

Filter Hook: This filter allows you to set the status of an order to “pending” instead of “success” when a user checks out with the check gateway. They will still have access to the membership level, but you can update the status via the Orders page in the WordPress dashboard later.

Filter Hook: This filter changes the output on the confirmation page without having to templatize it. The filter passes the constructed HTML string with the confirmation message and a second parameter containing the order/invoice object if it is a paid membership.

Filter Hook: This filter can change which status the confirmation page looks for. This will also accept an array.

Filter Hook: This filter changes the URL to redirect to on confirmation. By default, this redirects to the PMPro Confirmation page with pmpro_url("confirmation", "?level=" . $pmpro_level->id). It also passes the user ID of the current user and the level object.

Filter Hook: This hook allows you to modify the default list of countries used by PMPro.

Filter Hook: Change or add parameters to an name-value-pair string sent to PayPal when trying to create a subscription. Passes the nvpString and order object.

Filter Hook: This hook allows you to modify the default list of currencies used by PMPro. Also allows you to move the default position of the currency symbol.

Filter Hook: This hook extra fields to the Memberships > Advanced Settings page in the WordPress dashboard. It accepts an array of fields as described here.

Filter Hook: This filter changes the WSDL URL used by the CyberSource gateway. It also passes the gateway environment (live or test/sandbox).


Filter Hook: This hook allows you to change the default country used by PMPro. It accepts a string, which should be one of the country codes specified in the $pmpro_countries global variable.

Filter Hook: This hook allows you to change the default currency used by PMPro. It accepts a string, which should be one of the currency codes specified in the $pmpro_currencies global variable.

Filter Hook: This filter modifies the level  given by a discount code.  It passes the level object and the discount code ID.

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Filter Hook: Change or add parameters to an name-value-pair string sent to PayPal when checking out. Passes the nvpString and order object.

Filter Hook: This filter allows developers to change the default capability checked by PMPro to edit Membership options. The default is “manage_options” which is given to administrators.

Filter Hook: Add email attachments to the PMPro emails.

Filter Hook: Use this to filter the content of the body of an email sent by PMPro. This filter returns the email body content and the PMProEmail object.

Filter Hook: Add additional template directories to search when loading email templates. The hook should return an array of directory strings. Elements at the end of the array are search first. Elements at the start of the array will be searched last. The default locations searched are (in order): * /wp-content/themes/{your-theme}/paid-memberships-pro/email/ * /wp-content/themes/{your-parent-theme}/paid-memberships-pro/email/ * /wp-content/plugins/paid-memberships-pro/email/

Filter Hook: This filter makes it easier to add variables to edited email templates by passing an array of key-value pairs. Those values can then be used in email templates with the format: !!key!!. This passes the data array and PMProEmail object.

Filter Hook: This filters how many days before expiration PMPro should send expiration warning emails. The default is 7 days.


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Filter Hook: Use this to filter the entire PMProEmail object at once. This passes the PMProEmail object.

Filter Hook: Use this to change the headers of an email sent by PMPro. This hook returns the email headers and the PMProEmail object.

Filter Hook: Use this to change the recipient of an email sent by PMPro. This hook returns the recipient  and the PMProEmail object.

Filter Hook: Use this to change the sender of an email sent by PMPro. This hook returns the sender and the PMProEmail object.

Filter Hook: Use this to change the sender name of an email sent by PMPro. This hook returns the sender name and the PMProEmail object.

Filter Hook: Use this to change the subject of an email sent by PMPro. This hook returns the subject  and the PMProEmail object.

Filter Hook: Use this to change the template name of an email sent by PMPro. The template name specifies which email template to use for the email body. This hook returns the template name and the PMProEmail object.

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Filter Hook: Add extra PMPro-related pages used by add ons or other customizations. A new dropdown is added to the Memberships -> Page Settings tab of the PMPro settings to allow admins to set the page, and the page’s post_id will be made available in the $pmpro_pages global variable. The filter should take an array as the (more...)


Filter Hook: Use this to filter the CSS classes added to the fields on the checkout page. This is normally used to handle error highlighting with the “pmpro_error” class. This returns the CSS classes and the current the current field name to be applied to.


Filter Hook: Change how phone numbers are formated. Param 1 is $r, the formatted phone number. Param 2 is $phone, the original phone number

Filter Hook: Adjust the formatting of prices to support currency symbols after the price or to use commas instead of periods for separators

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Filter Hook: Filter the list of filetypes not allowed by the get_file() extension. By default inc, php, php3, php4, php5, phps, and phtml file types are not allowed.


Filter Hook: Change or add parameters to an name-value-pair string sent to PayPal when confirming a checkout for review. Passes the nvpString and order object. apply_filters("pmpro_get_express_checkout_details_nvpstr", string $nvpStr, MemberOrder $order);apply_filters("pmpro_get_express_checkout_details_nvpstr", string $nvpStr, MemberOrder $order);

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Filter Hook: Use this hook to filter the membership access of a given post. This overrides the output of the pmpro_has_membership_access() function and returns the boolean true or false, the WP_Post object, the  WP_User object, and an array of the membership levels required for the post.

Filter Hook: Use this hook to filter the membership access of a given post by specific post type. This overrides the output of the pmpro_has_membership_access() function and returns the boolean true or false, the WP_Post object, the  WP_User object, and an array of the membership levels required for the post.

Filter Hook: This filter can be used to override the output from the pmpro_hasMembershipLevel() function.  It passes the boolean true or false, user ID, and the array of required levels for that post passed to pmpro_hasMembershipLevel().







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Filter Hook: Filters the $show_country variable which controls whether to show the “Country” field at checkout. By default this is set to true. If set to false, the country will be “US”.

Filter Hook: FIlters the membership level passed and changes the order accordingly. Passes the membership level ID and user ID of the order.

Filter Hook: Change how the email is checked in the PayPal IPN handler. Passes true or false and an array containing the receiver email and business email.

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Filter Hook: Filter to determine if PMPro setup is complete or if notices or warnings need to be shown in the PMPro settings. Note: The filter should return true or false and also set the $pmpro_level_ready, $pmpro_gateway_ready,$pmpro_pages_ready global variables.

Filter Hook: Filters the array of levels before displaying them on the Membership Levels page.  Passes the array of levels.

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Filter Hook: Overrides how the cost is shown on the checkout page. The hook passes the text generated by the pmpro_getLevelCost($level) function and also a level object which is prepopulated with levels pricing and expiration settings already adjusted for any discount codes that may be in effect.

Filter Hook: Use this hook if you want to change the level description.

Filter Hook: Overrides how the expiration information is shown on the levels and checkout pages. Again don’t abuse this by showing a different expiration than is real. Be careful if you change your expiration settings to update your filter if needed. The hook passes the text generated by the pmpro_getLevelExpiration($level) function and also a level object which (more...)




Filter Hook: Controls whether or not to redirect the default Registration page to the PMPro Levels page. Passing false will not redirect.

Filter Hook: Filters the URL to redirect to when logging in. Passes the URL, request, WP_User object.

Filter Hook: Filters whether or not to use the international address form. By default, this is set to true to allow any form of address.  When set to false, this will display the shortened “US” version.

Filter Hook: Change or add parameters to an name-value-pair string sent to PayPal when trying to a cancel a subscription. Passes the nvpString and order object.




Filter Hook: Filters whether or not to show the total revenue information on the Memberships > Member List page in the WordPress dashboard. By default this is set to false to hide this.



Filter Hook: Change the default number of items to show on the Members List page. Default is 15

Filter Hook: Add extra user row actions or links to the members list in the dashboard. Works the same as the core user_row actions. Array of actions should be formatted as array(‘key’ => ‘HTML link’)

Filter Hook: Filters the default columns to show on the Members List CSV export. Passes an array of arrays with the format array("object", "property").

Filter Hook: Adds extra columns to the Members List CSV export. Passes an array of arrays with the format array("object", "property").

Filter Hook: Filter the headings in the Membership List CSV export. Returns a string of headings separated by commas.

Filter Hook: Filters the SQL query used on the Members List and Members List CSV export. Passes the SQL query string.


Filter Hook: Filters the link displayed per member on the Members List and Login Reports pages. Passes the HTML code of the link and the WP_User object of that user.

Filter Hook: Filters the pmpro_getMemberStartdate function. Passes the $user_id, and the $level_id as parameters.

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Filter Hook: Filters the message displayed when the post is viewed by a logged in WordPress user who does not have a PMPro membership level. By default, this is set to display the text configured on the Memberships > Advanced Settings page.

Filter Hook: Filters the message displayed when the post is viewed by a visitor who does not have a WordPress user account. By default, this is set to display the text configured on the Memberships > Advanced Settings page.


Filter Hook: Use this hook to add extra columns to the Orders CSV export. Passes an array of column data with the format array("heading", callback).

Filter Hook: Change the default number of items to show on the Members List page.

Filter Hook: Modifies the array of fields which are readonly on the Orders page. The callback function should return an array of field names or an empty array to make all fields editable.

Filter Hook: Filters the list of fields to search for when using the Search Orders function on the Orders pages.

Filter Hook: Controls whether or not to also search by usermeta when using the Search functionality on the Orders pages. By default, this is set to false (don’t search usermeta).

Filter Hook: Controls whether or not to show affiliate IDs on the Orders Page. This is used by various integrations with affiliate platforms.

Filter Hook: Add extra user row actions or links to the orders in the dashboard. Works the same as the core user_row actions. Array of actions should be formatted as array(‘key’ => ‘HTML link’)







Filter Hook: Filters the list of statuses which can be applied to an order using the “Status” select menu when editing or adding a new order. Passes an array of statuses.

Filter Hook: Add additional template directories to search when loading page templates. The hook should return an array of directory strings. Elements at the end of the array are search first. Elements at the start of the array will be searched last. The default locations searched are (in order): * /wp-content/themes/{your-theme}/paid-memberships-pro/pages/ * /wp-content/themes/{your-parent-theme}/paid-memberships-pro/pages/ * /wp-content/plugins/paid-memberships-pro/pages/



Filter Hook: Filters the HTML content generated by the PMPro page shortcodes such as [pmpro_checkout]. This can be used to create custom page templates in a customizations plugin as described here. The pages are “account”, “billing”, “cancel”, “checkout”, “confirmation”, and “levels”.







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Filter Hook: Change the URL of the image used for the PayPal button.

Filter Hook: Filter parameters to the ReturnURL when checking out with PayPal Express. Returns an array of key, value pairs. { return array(“option” => “1”); }


Filter Hook: Change or add parameters to an name-value-pair string sent to PayPal in a couple cases. Passes the nvpString and order object.

Filter Hook: Filters the HTML content shown when the submit button is clicked on the checkout page. Passes a text string by default, but can be used to pass new HTML code as well.

Filter Hook: Controls whether to show the Expiration Date section on a user’s profile page.

Filter Hook: Controls whether or not to show the Membership Level section on a user’s profile page.

Filter Hook: Filters the start date of a membership sent to the payment gateway. Can be used to create variable-length trials. Passes the start date and order object.

Filter Hook: Filters how random codes are generated for invoices, discount codes, etc. Passes the code and order object.

Filter Hook: Filter for adjusting Recaptcha language.

Filter Hook: Filters the URL PMPro redirects wp-login.php?action=register to. Returning false or an empty string will result in no redirect from the register page.

Filter Hook: Executes custom code which runs after the order has passed validation, before the registration is continued. Can be used to add custom validation.



Filter Hook: Filters the required fields for the Billing Address section on the checkout page. Passes the array of field names.

Filter Hook: Filters the required fields for the Account Information section on the checkout page. Passes the array of field names.


Filter Hook: Filters the message displayed when the post is viewed by in an RSS feed. By default, this is set to display the text configured on the Memberships > Advanced Settings page.

Filter Hook: Allows you to add additional post types to the Memberships > Advanced Settings > Filter Searches and Archives? functionality. apply_filters( 'pmpro_search_filter_post_types', array $post_types );apply_filters( 'pmpro_search_filter_post_types', array $post_types );

Filter Hook: Filter allows control of sending checkout emails


Filter Hook: Controls whether or not to send membership level expiration emails. Passes the boolean true or false and the user ID.

Filter Hook: Controls whether or not to send membership level expiration warning emails. Passes the boolean true or false and the user ID.

Filter Hook: Controls whether or not to send membership level trial ending emails. Passes the boolean true or false and the user ID.

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Filter Hook: Change or add parameters to an name-value-pair string sent to PayPal in a couple cases. Passes the nvpString and order object.



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Filter Hook: Controls whether to show the CVV field on the billing and checkout pages.

Filter Hook: Controls whether or not to show the “Apply Discount Code” field at checkout. By default, this field is only shown when there is a discount code which applies to this level.

Filter Hook: This filter is used to determine if the username/password account fields should show up at checkout. By default, it is shown when the user is logged out and not shown when logged in. The hook allows you to return true or false to override this behavior. If the fields are skipped while no user is (more...)


Filter Hook: Filters the default Array of states when not using the international version (basic text field) on the checkout page.

Filter Hook: Added pmpro_state_dropdowns filter. If you return true, the state field will become a dropdown with US states. Use the pmpro_states and pmpro_states_abbreviations filters to change the array of states used.

Filter Hook: Controls whether or not to use the international form of the State field. If set to true, state field will become a select menu with a list of US state abbreviations. Use pmpro_states to modify the array of state abbreviations used.



Filter Hook: Filter the subscription array sent to Stripe when creating a subscription.

Filter Hook: Controls whether to enable Stripe Lite, which only shows minimal Billing Fields (no address fields, no card type). Overrides “Show Billing Address Fields” in Memberships > Payment Settings.

Filter Hook: Filters the “description” value passed to the charge on the initial payment in Stripe.

Filter Hook: Controls whether to verify the Billing Address fields at checkout when using the Stripe payment gateway.

Filter Hook: Modify the MemberOrder object before actually creating a subscription in the payment gateway. This passes the MemberOrder obejct and PMProGateway object. apply_filters("pmpro_subscribe_order", MemberOrder $order, $this);apply_filters("pmpro_subscribe_order", MemberOrder $order, $this);

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Filter Hook: Modifies the tax associated with an order. Passes the tax amount, an array of values such as the price of the order and more, and the MemberOrder object.

Filter Hook: For TwoCheckout only. Modifies the entire query string passed to the TwoCheckout checkout URL.

Filter Hook: For TwoCheckout only. Add additional parameteres to the TwoCheckout checkout URL in the form of an array of arrays of name-value pairs with the format array('name' => 'value').

Filter Hook: Filter to check if a 2Checkout request is valid or not.

Filter Hook: Modifies the list of valid gateways used by PMPro. By default, it returns the gateway set in Memberships > Payment Settings in the WordPress Dashboard.

Filter Hook: Controls whether to send the default WordPress new user notifications when a user is created at checkout. By default, this is set to false.


Filter Hook: This filter is the same as the WordPress core filter. PMPro