Your site’s WordPress theme controls the appearance of every frontend page in your membership site. This guide for theme authors and developers demonstrates how to use the pmpro_element_class filter to apply custom theme styles to frontend membership components.
Correctly displaying your member’s name on your membership site can have a big impact. Imagine displaying a formal name when subtle privacy is needed. This code recipe will allow you to set your member’s default display name to their username.
Automate your Sponsored or Group members discount code process by sending it through to Zapier. Once sent you can use this data with other apps and programs to utilize the discount code more efficiently.
Display a group of members, both the parent member as well as the child accounts, together on your membership directory page. This is a unique solution if you want to display a team of members on your membership site.
This code recipe will allow you to adjust the QR code on your Paid Memberships Pro Membership Card to a specific size. This comes in handy if you want a more minimalistic-looking membership card or if you would like a more visible QR code.
Assign a Membership Level to a specific WordPress user role. This can be an effective way to subscribe a user to a membership when they interact with your website using a different plugin other than Paid Memberships Pro.
If you are using Authorize.net for your membership site’s payment gateway, this tooltip will show you how to send the customer’s IP address as part of the payment request for fraud detection. The recipe uses the pmpro_authorizenet_post_values filter to send IP information with the payment for validation in Authorize.net’s Advanced Fraud Detection suite.
The Member Homepages Add On includes settings to redirect members to a unique page based on their level. This recipe will demonstrate using the pmpro_member_homepage_id filter to redirect members to a Custom Post Type (CPT).