This recipe demonstrates how to include the user’s membership level in their Ninja Forms submissions. If a user is logged in and has a membership level, this code gist captures that Membership Level and saves it in the submission. Our updated recipe now offers support for Ninja Forms version 3+ as well as a previous…
This code recipe adds a notification banner to remind members that their account will expire within 7 days—or any custom timeframe you would like. You can use the recipes with any WordPress theme, or specifically with a membership site using Memberlite.
No matter what type of membership site you operate, analytics on what your visitors and members are consuming most can be a huge asset for your marketing and development efforts.
This article will show you how to track “Membership Level” as a custom dimension in Google Analytics by leveraging a WordPress analytics plugin and a custom code recipe (below). Once configured, you will be able to create a custom report in Analytics to show Top Content for non-members and for specific membership levels. Boom.
The code recipe below to creates a renewal button shortcode [pmpro_renew_button] that can be used to insert a “Renew Membership” button on your WordPress site….
When a member posts a comment on your site, the recipe below will display their Membership Level name following the comment author’s name. This can be useful for many membership sites, specifically sites that have multiple tiers of membership which equate to a member’s status, skill-level or denote a relationship to your company. The author…
Make an impact on your newly signed up members by sending them to a unique page the first time they log in to your membership site.
One of our members asked us to write up a code gist that will allow them to redirect all new members to a custom page after their first login. The code recipe below will only trigger the very first time a member logs in, and subsequent logins will redirect members in your current method (either the referring page, the “Membership Account” page, or another custom login redirect you have configured).
This simple code recipe creates a
[pmpro_expiration_date] shortcode you can use in a page, post, widget, or pretty much anywhere on your site.
It shows the current logged in member’s expiration date or the expiration date for the user specified by the “user” attribute. The date is formatted per your site’s Settings > General > Date Format field. If there is no expiration or user, the shortcode displays “—“.
Paid Memberships Pro sends a variety of emails to the admin and member as related to their membership, subscription status, expiration, confirmation and more. If you’d like to alter the default distribution of these emails, below are a few methods to do just that. See a list of all PMPro-generated email here.