Entice your website visitors into opting in for your membership program, and improve your website’s search engine ranking – all in one – with this code recipe….
In this week’s tooltip, we show you how you can prevent members from renewing their membership (and why you might need this).
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…
Simplify Checkout with these three nifty code recipes that help increase conversion rates, retain members and make it as quick as possible to get you paid. This article offers three recipes to adjust the required information captured at checkout. We’ll show you how to reduce checkout fields down to just the email address and allow…
Have you ever wanted to add a consecutive number to your members? Why not use the WordPress Member ID to do just that? With this code recipe, you can display the WordPress Member ID on your Members Membership Account Page….
Our Register Helper Add On offers many field types that you can use to add fields to checkout, member profiles or for the site administrator only. This recipe demos how to add multiple checkbox-type fields to your checkout page….
Send a WordPress “New User” email and a Paid Memberships Pro “Admin Change” email to members that were registered through Zapier….
The PMPro Register Helper Add On will give you the ability to add custom fields to your checkout page. This specific code recipe will show you how to add a telephone number to your PMPro checkout form….
Many themes display a post’s featured image in the archives, search results, widgets and more. For a membership site, the featured image may contain specialized information you only want to show to your members. Use this code recipe to ensure that only your active members get the full experience of your valuable content….
This code recipe adds a notification banner to remind members that their account will expire within 7 days—or any custom timeframe you would like. You can use the recipes with any WordPress theme, or specifically with a membership site using Memberlite.