This recipe demonstrates how offer two or more pricing options for the same membership level on your Paid Memberships Pro checkout page. Multiple pricing structures, such as a monthly and yearly option on the same plan, allow you to appeal to a broader range of members. You can increase your business’ cash flow by rewarding…
Are you looking to add a terms and conditions page to your membership site? Want your members to first read through it and accept the terms before proceeding to checkout? Here is how you can add a terms and conditions page to your membership site using Paid Memberships Pro.
This code recipe lets your customers know just how much they’re saving after applying a discount code at checkout….
Our Capture Name and Address for Free Levels or for Offsite Gateway Add On allows you to collect billing fields for a free level or for paid levels when using with an offsite payment gateway like PayPal Express. This code recipe demonstrates how hide those additional billing fields for a specific Membership Level ID….
Paid Memberships Pro emails a membership invoice for all recurring or renewing membership subscriptions. This email is not sent after the initial membership checkout because all of the relevant invoice details are included in the Membership Confirmation email. If you’ve customized the Confirmation email and removed invoice details, you may want to send a separate…
Jason recently wrote up a simple recipe to allow membership checkout in a modal window. This allows you to create a button (in any page, post, widget) that will instantly display the membership checkout form. Read on for more information, how to set it up, and some notes.
Simplify sign up and improve data quality by adding a Country and State dropdown selection field to your Checkout Page with the State Dropdown Add on.Go to Link
Discount codes are a feature included in the core Paid Memberships Pro plugin. This post covers some advanced and some not so advanced adjustments and customizations that are commonly used for our discount code features. For general support on discount codes, see our Discount Codes documentation page
We occasionally hear that a customer cannot complete checkout on their site using a valid credit card. The card is declined at checkout, or the card is declined when a recurring payment is processed. In some cases, the site owner can process the card directly through the virtual terminal, so its clear the card is valid. So why is the payment gateway rejecting the card?
If you’d like to use a different PayPal button at checkout, below is a code recipe and links to the buttons available through PayPal.