Twenty Twenty is the newest theme released with WordPress version 5.3. I tested this new theme with Paid Memberships Pro and believe it is a strong choice for anyone looking to start a membership site on WordPress.
Watch the video below to see the theme working together with PMPro. The article include screenshots of the frontend theme experience as well as a block of custom CSS you can use to make this plugin and theme combo even tighter.
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.
Page builders are a popular way to create a more visually appealing user experience on your site. Many Paid Memberships Pro users are confused with how to properly use these tools alongside the required shortcodes on various pages of your membership site, such as the pricing page or membership account page.
This post covers how to resolve conflicts between plugin shortcodes and popular page builders such as SiteOrigin Page Builder, Elementor and Beaver Builder.
A new post editing and customization experience named “Gutenberg” is coming to WordPress. This post shares how the team at Paid Membership Pro is preparing, planning, and designing for the editor’s release to offer better tools and options for membership sites running our plugin.
We’ve just added hooks to the Advanced Levels Page Shortcode Add On, allowing you to add unique content before and after the level information.
This recipe integrates the Member Badges Add On and displays the badge associated with each level in the output.
An import file containing demo content is now available for sites using the Memberlite Theme. The demo content covers basic theme features as well as the shortcodes available in the Memberlite Shortcodes plugin.
Convert more site visitors into members with these three sample callout banners for Memberlite.
There are many creative ways to display an advertisement for membership throughout your site (once I get started coming up with layout ideas I find it hard to stop). I find that an ad at the bottom of your page is a great place to start—it’s a catch all when the reader has reached the end of your content looking for the next page to view.
The Membership Account page is a commonly linked-to landing page for members – both as a redirect from other areas on your membership site or on log in. This page can be enhanced with more than just the default [pmpro_account] information to become a true Member Dashboard.
Below are a few Member Dashboard concepts based on the common membership site types we support here at Paid Memberships Pro.
Enhance the design of your membership emails with a custom header and footer containing your site’s name, logo and link.
This code gist is a bit of CSS that you can add to your theme or a helper customizations plugin’s custom css file. It adds the credit card logos and a PayPal logo to the “Select Payment Method” box shown on membership checkout.