In this week’s tooltip, we show you how you can prevent members from renewing their membership (and why you might need this).
Have you ever needed to load a script to one or more of your Paid Memberships Pro pages? Use the code recipe to load scripts that you get from online platforms like Facebook Pixel and Google Analytics to your membership site….
If you’re using widgets on your WordPress site and want to customize them for members and non-members, check out the recipes below. We’ll provide a way to filter an entire widget area for members-only, as well as a recipe to hide a specific widget instance based on the current user’s membership level.
Advanced Custom Fields is a popular plugin available in the WordPress.org Plugin Repository. The plugin allows you to add structured information to your posts, pages, and more.
This guide explains three primary methods to hide or show fields based on the membership requirements for the post.
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.
Encourage existing members to upgrade to a higher priced level by offering a discount that is unique to them – no discount code required.
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…
Offer special “members-only” products that require the user to have an active membership in order to purchase. The selected products will still appear in your Shop page, but cannot be purchased by non-members.
Advertisements are a classic method of monetizing your website, and ad-serving networks such as Google Adsense make it fast and easy to start displaying ads.
It’s important for a membership site to consider which ads to display for non-members, per-level or completely hidden to members for an “ad-free” experience. Read on to explore how to control ads for your PMPro-powered membership site.
Add a special feature for your members that allows them to mark posts as “Favorites”. Then, show your members their bookmarked posts on the Membership Account page. Below are two code recipes that integrate Paid Memberships Pro with Favorites by Kyle Phillips….