Have you just introduced a new feature on your membership site and you want to see how it works for regular non-admin users? In this article, we’ll cover one of the most common questions – how to create a test user with Memberium for ActiveCampaign.
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Are you using the RSS feed to have ActiveCampaign monitor and send an email when a new (protected) post is published? Or do you simply need a way of sharing protected content using RSS feed? Here’s how you can achieve that with Memberium for ActiveCampaign…
Your users are currently in ActiveCampaign and they don’t have a WordPress record? You want them to access your membership site, but since they don’t have a password, you are wondering what is the best way to go? Here’s how you can make this happen…
In this article we’ll be talking about how you can allow your users to reset their passwords using Memberium shortcode and WordPress default reset password form. To start, we’ll first cover how passwords are stored in Memberium for ActiveCampaign version…
In this guide, we’ll take you through how to get ThriveCart integration with ActiveCampaign and Memberium. As with most of the cart systems we recommend for M4AC, Memberium doesn’t directly integrate – rather the cart integrates with ActiveCampaign and Memberium will be able to see the changes made to the contact record.
When it comes to a membership site, apart from having admin and subscriber users, you might also need other user roles to be able to do a set of tasks in the back end. Editors, for example, can help you with managing content on the site and they don’t need to have a record in your ActiveCampaign app. We’ll show you how to give them access to the WordPress Admin Dashboard.
ThriveCart provides a powerful thank you page capability that Memberium integrates with to allow your ThriveCart funnel to autologin the user to your site. To setup ThriveCart autologin, perform the following steps:
This setting determines whether or not your site will allow you to use the autologin feature. The Autologin feature is inherently less secure because it replaces the user’s password with a simple number which can be easily brute-forced or guessed. Once someone obtains the Contact Id and the user’s email address they can continue to access the account even if the user changes the password.
Memberium extends WordPress’s quick editor to make it easy to make minor changes to your pages and posts one at a time without entering the post editor. This is especially useful when making many small individual changes to posts from the post list.
Memberium features a bulk editor to make it easy to assign permissions to your pages and posts en masse. This is especially useful when migrating from another membership system. In order to use the Bulk Editor, go to the Pages or Posts list screen
Memberium’s integration with LifterLMS makes it easy to protect and sell courses through ActiveCampaign. LifterLMS does have built-in course protection, but its lack of integration with ActiveCampaign makes it impossible to sell the course and automatically grant access to it using ActiveCampaign. That’s where Memberium comes in.
Here’s the step-by-step process on automatically generating new passwords for members using Memberium for ActiveCampaign
This tutorial will come in very handy if you’re thinking to allow your users to use the same password on multiple sites running on Memberium for ActiveCampaign. So without any further ado, let’s start.
Memberium’s Content Protection Box allows you to protect your content through simple, intuitive means.
You can protect your content with a combination of various controls – active membership, tags, logged in status of a viewer, and contact IDs. Additionally, you can combine these conditions for more complex protections.
Once you’ve determined that a viewer may not view a page, you can then decide how to handle that restricted page. You can hide the page as if it doesn’t exist, show an excerpt/summary if your theme supports that, or simply redirect the viewer to another page.
This guide should give you a better understanding of the capabilities and use of the Content Protection Box
ActiveCampaign provides several tools for segmenting and managing your contacts. Chief among these are Lists. This article we’ll show you how to use Lists and Webhooks to ensure that your contacts details and access are automatically updated.
This document covers the web hosting requirements to use Memberium for ActiveCampaign. If you have any questions about whether your host can support Memberium, you can download our plugin from this site. Once you install the plugin, it will tell you if your PHP version and IonCube do not match our requirements.