This is a list of the most common advanced development requests we see among membership site owners. Familiarizing yourself with the Paid Memberships Pro platform and codebase will help you become an Advanced Developer.
Explore this guide to build your skills in extending, customizing, and developing for WordPress membership sites.
We love that WordPress development teams can expand their own products and develop new integrations for Paid Memberships Pro.
In this post, we share the most recent integrations that have been shared with our team. Perhaps one of these is the missing piece of functionality you have been hoping to add to your membership-driven business?
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….
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….
Did you know that Paid Memberships Pro is a fully open source WordPress Plugin and that you can make it even better by contributing? No matter your skill level, you can contribute to PMPro today. Here’s the why and how.
Using Paid Memberships Pro in your selected payment gateway’s “testing/sandbox” mode allows you to test membership checkout without processing real payments. Sandbox mode requires unique credentials that vary based on the active payment gateway.