This article includes a range of best practices that we’ve accumulated. We’ll be updating the article as we cover more topics and practices. If you have questions about these principles, please contact us at support
This option is for web hosts that have problems handling accented characters in your Infusionsoft data. Turning this option on converts accented characters to their unaccented equivalents before storing them in the local database.
This setting controls how many columns are displayed in the page and post lists.
This function is used to send extra HTTP Headers to signal that the page should not be cached.
With fast, reliable internet connections, video is an increasingly popular way to deliver video content to the members of your membership site. Video can be a powerful tool to illustrate techniques, and to connect at a more personal (face to face) level with your members and prospective customers.
Regardless of how what kind of membership site you create, there are a few functions that are universally used and implemented across all sites. Chief among these is the task of generating a password. Infusionsoft does not have a native password generation ability, so it’s up to Memberium and other helper apps to do the job.
The Telemetry system is an optional extension for Memberium that monitors for errors and reports them back so that we can improve the software.
If you host your site with a managed hosting provider, then this article is probably not for you. This is for the brave souls who stray from the beaten path to manage their own servers and setup their own databases.
Zapier is a web service for automating your business by breaking down processes into conditions and steps, and which connects your different services together to perform those tasks. This is most useful for connecting unrelated systems together and moving information between them. This article covers how to use Zapier with Memberium.
Memberium’s Private Comments feature gives you the ability to easily make comments for any page or post private, so that only the administrators, the author of the page/post, and the author of the comment can see the comment on the page.