In this recipe, we demonstrate how to exclude members from using specific email domains when signing up. It’s a useful recipe when you are trying to blocking disposable email accounts. This is an inverse recipe for a previous post that demonstrated how to require members to use one or more approved email domains….
Many site owners want to limit the number of members that can sign up for a membership level. This is useful if you are restricting membership for a unique course or training experience, or just want to create some scarcity as a marketing tactic. The recipe adds a setting on the Memberships > Membership Levels…
In this week’s tooltip, we show you how you can prevent members from renewing their membership (and why you might need this).
This code recipe allows you to restrict members in specific countries from signing up. The restricted countries are defined in a $restricted_countries array of level IDs and country codes (see the $pmpro_currencies array in the plugin file /includes/countries.php for included country codes)….
You’re constantly improving your membership site features – now it’s time to let your expired members know about all the new stuff they are missing! Here are a few methods to sweeten the deal and give expired and “old” members a monetary incentive to renew.
In this recipe, we demonstrate how to require members to use an approved email domain. For example, all members must use their valid university or corporate email account in order to be accepted as a member….
This code recipe outlines a method to require a member have “Level 1” Membership in order to complete checkout for “Level 2” membership….