Memberium, by default, protects your site from clickjacking attempts. Learn more about what it does and how to disable this protection if needed.
In this article, let’s take a look at how to make advanced customizations to Memberium shortcodes that persist after Memberium updates. The advantage of using this method is that your customizations won’t be lost when Memberium is updated.
When it comes to a course or a membership site, you need to offer a good user experience. If the login process is slow, then it doesn’t make a good impression on your users. That’s why in this article, we’ll go through a few things which can help in improving the login speed of your Memberium based site.
At times when sharing a post on Facebook that links to your membership site, you might have noticed that it doesn’t have any preview. Once the Facebook Crawler Access option is enabled, Facebook will be able to get the images and generate a preview of the content.
When using CloudFlare with Memberium, you may run into issues. Learn how to configure CloudFlare to not interfere with your Infusionsoft app.
In this guide, you’ll learn how to display content to members who don’t have certain tag or membership level.
This guide will show you how to allow your members to set their own password when placing an order through an Infusionsoft order form.
Memberium for Infusionsoft/Keap has integration with Spiffy. This setting will need to be enabled if you want to use our [memb_spiffy_login] shortcode. When we add more integration with Spiffy, this setting will also control whether those are active on your site or not. If you’re not using Spiffy.co, simply leave this setting disabled.