The default Paid Memberships Pro Membership Levels page is a table layout. Some membership pricing is better displayed NOT in a table – so we’ve just released an add on plugin that loads your membership levels in a DIV layout, and also includes the description text for the level (if you have entered it in the Edit Membership Level admin page) for each level.
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Continue reading for the special CSS code to achieve this look!
If you are using the default pmpro_levels shortcode on your Membership Levels page – depending on your pricing you may have an empty column under the “Subscription Information” or “Initial Payment” heading. CSS to the rescue! Here’s a block of code that can be used to hide the “Subscription Information” column (useful if all of your membership levels have initial payments only), as well as a little extra styling. Just place this block of code right into the Text / HTML editor of the page containing your levels shortcode (right before the shortcode) and you are good to go. Or make it your own and tweak anything in this block – colors, fonts, etc. 79449eaac26093b5cdcaa8aa89c861c1001 Note: This code won’t necessarily behave if you are using a customized version of levels.php Levels Page: Before Levels Page: After…
Thanks to the design tweaks in 1.7.1, we can now have some fun creating drop-in style blocks for the pmpro_levels page.
Levels Page: Before
Levels Page: After
Sign up for a PMPro membership to get the code to make your levels page look like this.