This post covers a few methods to add a “Log In” and “Log Out” link to all the places where a user would expect to see them on your website. Use one of the options below to add a conditional “Log In” link to a Menu in the WordPress Appearance > Menus admin page.
Easily add a front-end log in, log out, and password reset experience to your membership site by following the steps covered in this post. We’ll outline our recommended third party plugin for front-end login, as well as some “best practice” guidelines for placing these links on your site using your theme or Memberlite.
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.<!-- -->
Below is a list of the third-party email marketing integrations available for Paid Memberships Pro. We have recently updated this list as some of the Add Ons for email integration are no longer supported or need to be updated to support the third party’s latest API.
If you come across any “problem” members in your business, these methods will allow you to limit or completely disable their access on your site. We’ll also cover how to lock a member’s level indefinitely or for a specific required term.
Using popups to generate more membership signups or show exclusive offers to members only can be a great addition to your membership site. But, how do you filter popups to target the RIGHT audience?
The Memberships → Add Ons page in Paid Memberships Pro looks and functions just like the standard plugins page in WordPress. If you have a PMPro Plus membership license validated in your WordPress admin under Settings → PMPro License, you can install and update any PMPro add on in one step (non-licensed sites can only…
We recently helped a client set up AffiliateWP – a fully featured Affiliate Marketing Plugin for WordPress that tracks sales and offers ways to automatically send payments. This plugin has built-in Paid Memberships Pro integration. If you’re looking to offer an affiliate program for your membership sales, this plugin should be at the top of your list.
Adding and updating Paid Memberships Pro add ons just got easier. You can now install our most popular add ons (mostly the third party integration options) directly via your site’s WordPress admin.
Take advantage of new features as these add ons grow and expand – and maybe more importantly to our customers – easily update when integration hiccups arise.
Josh Levinson just contributed a new add on for Paid Memberships Pro: PMPro Roles. The plugin adds a WordPress Role for each Membership Level with Display Name = Membership Level Name and Role Name = ‘pmpro_role_X’ (where X is the Membership Level’s ID). Use this plugin to apply special WordPress Capabilities to a Membership Level or in conjunction with third party plugins like Nav Menu Roles to display special menu items based on the user’s role.