This recipe demonstrates how offer two or more pricing options for the same membership level on your Paid Memberships Pro checkout page. Multiple pricing structures, such as a monthly and yearly option on the same plan, allow you to appeal to a broader range of members. You can increase your business’ cash flow by rewarding…
Our Capture Name and Address for Free Levels or for Offsite Gateway Add On allows you to collect billing fields for a free level or for paid levels when using with an offsite payment gateway like PayPal Express. This code recipe demonstrates how hide those additional billing fields for a specific Membership Level ID….
Do you offer three different payment options for the same membership access? This new code gist allows you to easily add a selection box to the checkout page.
The code example below shows you how to define level “groups”—levels that are related and should appear as payment plans on the membership checkout page.
The code example below will allow you to add the logged-in member’s level ID (if available) to your site’s
body class. This can prove useful if you want to change the style of or even hide elements based on level.
The code example below will allow logged in Members the ability to access your original homepage when using our Member Homepages Add On….
The code example below will prevent users from setting their username to an email address. This is useful if you want users to use an actual username instead of using their email address in both username and email fields….
The pmpro_tax filter hook allows you to add custom tax amounts to orders with PMPro. In this guide, I’ll cover one of the most common methods of handling taxes that we see for our customers. The method includes checks for the user to choose a region as well as region validation on their billing address.