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.
Do you have a specific link you want to embed for your members in the account page? The code recipe in this post will enable you to hide or edit the profile action links on the Membership Account Page.
Not all membership levels are the same. So why should all of your membership levels have the same membership account page? This code recipe will allow you to craft a tailored experience and redirect your members to a unique membership account page based on their level.
Our Import Users from CSV Integration Add On allows you to import user or user meta fields for current members. This recipe demonstrates how to import data that is stored as an “array” (for multi-select or checkbox values). It’s a useful guide for sites that have added checkbox or select2 field types using the Register…
Have you set up an Approval Process for your Membership site? Did you know that it is possible to automatically approve, previously approved members? This can be especially useful to reduce administrative tasks on your end and allow previously approved members to be reinstated as quickly and efficiently as possible….
If you offer a membership that has a trial period, you may want to remove it for your existing members. This code recipe will remove trial periods for all existing members and reserve them exclusively for non-members….
This code recipe demonstrates how to allow users to filter results shown by the Member Directory and Profile Pages Add On by adding a widget to the member directory’s sidebar. This feature allows users to search through your member directory more effectively while also improving their experience on your site.