Have you ever needed to load a script to one or more of your Paid Memberships Pro pages? Use the code recipe to load scripts that you get from online platforms like Facebook Pixel and Google Analytics to your membership site….
The Orders admin area of PMPro allows you to track sales, confirm payments, and verify successful membership checkouts. If your site is also capturing the member’s shipping information using the Add Shipping Address to Membership Checkout Add On, this code recipe will add the member’s “Shipping Address” details to the order. It should help to simplify…
Our Shipping Address Add On allows you to capture the member’s shipping information at checkout. Take full control of the areas you ship to when using the Shipping Address Add On by allowing members to only have the ability to checkout of your membership site by using a valid zip code….
Expand the functionality of the Limit Post Views Add On to offer viewing limits on Custom Post Types and pages, too. This is a great way to offer non-members and free members a sample of your members-only content and improve the conversion rate for a “premium content” type membership site.
Liven up your dripped series membership content by adding Custom Post Types to your content release schedule with this code recipe….
The Billing Phone number captured at membership checkout attempts to format the saved value according to the North American Numbering Plan (NANP). This article demonstrates how to use the pmpro_format_phone filter to change the phone number format for your membership site….
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.
An important feature for many membership sites is the ability to display a dynamic directory of members and profile pages. Here is some information on how to add and customize these features using the Member Directory and Profile Pages Add On for Paid Memberships Pro.
Many of our articles and code recipes include instructions on how to “customize and add this code to a plugin for customizations”. In addition, our support team may provide you with customizations to add to your site via this method.
This tutorial explains two methods for adding custom code to adjust your membership site functionality: creating a custom plugin or using the Code Snippets plugin available for free in the WordPress repository.
If you would like to add unique CSS/styles to your site running Paid Memberships Pro, here’s a tutorial that extends our article on creating a plugin for PMPro Customizations….