In this guide, we’ll show you how to set up a TOS page that you can use to force users to look at/accept your terms of service before accessing the content of your site.
You’ve 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 Infusionsoft?
We’re happy to release a new set of 24 “plug and play” page templates that make it easier and faster for anyone to build and launch a membership site or online course with Memberium.
All membership sites have a common set of pages that it needs to be able to work as a “membership site”.Instead of having to build all these pages one by one yourself, we’ve done most of the work for you now so you can use these templates to get any new membership site launched quickly.
There's some exciting updates now available with the latest version of Memberium's Membership Site Installation Wizard.
A major update is you can now quickly add responsive "Course Library" pages or "Course Directory" pages to any membership site with some of the new shortcodes that come with the Wizard.
One of the problems that membership site owners frequently want to solve, is how to use the power of the membership software to protect lead magnets from being accessed. This requires a few steps, and may seem daunting at first, but it’s REALLY not hard to do at all if you follow the steps in this recipe. You’ll be doing it like a pro in no time at all!
Out of the box, your WordPress site is typically configured to limit itself to only using 40MB of RAM on your server. This is in many ways ideal, because you don’t want each site hit to consume an immense amount of resources, just the minimum it needs. Too much memory and your site risks becoming slow and bloated. To little memory, and your site risks a bad case of Early Onset Senior Moments.
Memberium provides several different tools and tactics to handle page access controls. We’ll list these different tools and tactics and discuss some strategies around how to use them. In this article we’ll talk about “Pages”, but most of the concepts can be used for Pages, Posts and custom post types. Some of the tactics we cover may or may not work depending on what your theme supports. We’ll try to call these out for you, but we can’t cover every possibility that plugins and themes may differ from stock WordPress. Your toolkit is divided into two groups, restrictions that happen at the page level, and restrictions that happen inside the content of the page.
This article describes how to create a grid of images that are in full color, or are ghosted gray depending on your access to each item in the grid. We’ll explain the end-goal, and show you how to create a similar effect on your site by walking you through the process. You’ll see references to “ghosting”. This is the name for the effect of graying out a darker or colored element to show that it is not available. It’s a design pattern that goes back many years.
While Memberium does not store your customer’s credit card information for security reasons, it does enable your members to add their updated cards through your website. Being able to update your customer’s card on file is a very important feature. Not only do cards regularly expire, but with credit card theft on the rise, it’s increasingly frequent that cards are replaced before their scheduled expiration date.
You can easily and automatically create a Memberium user account when one of your customer makes a purchase from you. This guide will walk you through the steps. This guide breaks this down into steps in order that you can follow.
We’d suggest that you use our shortcode [memb_list_subscriptions] which will show them their subscriptions and allow them to cancel a subscription.
Simply put, credit based systems allow your members to accumulate credits and spend them on services instead of using cash directly. As their credits increase either through buying or earning credits, they can then use those credits to buy additional access. Typically credits are earned either through one-time purchases, through subscriptions, or through performing activities. Credits are then redeemed either for an increased level of membership, or to buy access to content either on a permanent or temporary basis.