If you’re looking to customize the general appearance of your Membership Checkout, one of the easiest methods to use is styling the page via CSS. We have some tutorials on enqueueing a customizations stylesheet for general PMPro Customizations, but what if you want to modify the appearance for a specific level ID at checkout?
Continue reading to learn how to customize the appearance of a specific level’s Checkout process.
Our Recurring Payment Email Reminder Add On allows you to notify members that their membership renewal payment is processing soon. This recipe shows you how to use the
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pmpro_upcoming_recurring_payment_reminder filter to modify when that notification is sent.
Use the following code recipe to display a “Renew” link on the Membership Account page at your desired period before a member’s expiration date.
This recipe was so useful that we merged it into the Group Discount Codes Add On. When the Add On is activated, a “Group Code” column is added to the CSV export showing the Group Code that was used at checkout (if applicable). The regular Discount Code column will show the main/parent discount code.
You can grab the Group Discount Codes Add On that includes this feature here. If you are interested in how this works to possibly do something similar via custom code, we’ve kept the original code recipe here for reference.
Give your customers the option to select a membership duration and offer a discount for a longer term. This is a great way to collect a larger up-front payment from members and offer an incentive to pay for membership in advance.
This is a simple code recipe that will allow you to change the wording “Membership” to “Subscription” for Paid Memberships Pro.
Encourage existing members to upgrade to a higher priced level by offering a discount that is unique to them – no discount code required.
Prevent members with the Administrator role from being redirected to a new homepage when using the Member Homepages Add On
Offer special “members-only” products that require the user to have an active membership in order to purchase. The selected products will still appear in your Shop page, but cannot be purchased by non-members.
Make an impact on your newly signed up members by sending them to a unique page the first time they log in to your membership site.
One of our members asked us to write up a code gist that will allow them to redirect all new members to a custom page after their first login. The code recipe below will only trigger the very first time a member logs in, and subsequent logins will redirect members in your current method (either the referring page, the “Membership Account” page, or another custom login redirect you have configured).