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).
Invoice codes in Paid Memberships Pro are, by default, generated by a random code. These codes contain a combination of alphanumeric characters.
This recipe will allow your membership site to instead configure the order codes to follow a sequential numeric sequence.
Configure Paid Memberships Pro to accept a discount code across two separate WordPress websites. Please note that this code recipe is designed for advanced developer applications.
This code recipe demonstrates how to automatically set the Paid Memberships Pro – Addon Packages price for a specific content when restricting that content to a particular membership level.
This feature helps to streamline the process of creating restricted content and ensures that any new restricted content that you create has the correct Addon Packages price.
Learn how you can override the Paid Memberships Pro Membership Maps error message with this code recipe. In most cases, you won’t need to remove this message. However, you may want to remove this if you are experiencing any undesirable effects because of this error message.
The Paid Memberships Pro Membership Maps Add On will, by default, determine a member’s map placement using the Billing Address Fields captured at checkout. But what if you want to geocode a different custom address instead? In this tooltip article, we share a little on what geocode is and offer a code recipe on geocoding a different member address during checkout.
This code recipe will allow you to add custom content to your PMPro Membership Maps Add On marker info windows. You can hide specific information to non-members, or add valuable information for specific membership levels. This opens up a variety of use cases.
As a site owner, you might have come across specific customizations you need for your Paid Memberships Pro powered website. These customizations are usually found in a code recipe format from PMPro blog posts or provided by our Support Team. In this post, we will be showing you how to add code to a WordPress Membership site by using the Code Snippets Plugin.