In this article, we’ll show you how to protect your Amazon S3 download links from being shared on the internet. Memberium does this with expiring links that are automatically changed each time the page loads. After a link is clicked, it’s set to expire after a set amount of time to prevent sharing. Your users can always go back and get another link to view/download the file again.
Memberium’s integration with LifterLMS makes it easy to protect and sell courses through Infusionsoft. LifterLMS does have built-in course protection, but it’s lack of integration with Infusionsoft makes it impossible to sell the course and automatically grant access to it using Infusionsoft. That’s where Memberium comes in.
Memberium supports GravityForms automatically. No special extensions, setup steps or settings are necessary. Using an autofill technique will make your forms easier and friendlier to use. Now you don’t need to require your logged in visitors to resubmit their information again.
Memberium comes with built-in integration for three different Learning Management Systems (LMS). Memberium seamlessly ties these systems into your Infusionsoft app for two way communication, access control, and automation. In order to understand whether or not you need an LMS for your site, it’s important to understand what we’re talking about.
Woo Sensei (Sensei) is Woo Themes entree into the Learning Management System (LMS) space for WordPress. Now owned by Automattic, Sensei is the more expensive option alongside LearnDash and WP Courseware. You can learn more about Woo Sensei at their site. Memberium’s integration for Woo Sensei includes, Automated Course Enrollment, Lesson access controlled by tags, and course and lesson completion support for Campaign Builder, tags and legacy Actionsets.
Badges and achievements are actually quite a bit more sophisticated than a single badge. Achievements are accumulated, and when enough are accumulated to earn the badge, you get the badge, multiple levels of badges can be earned for various achievements.
By default the X Theme dos not include shortcode support for their topbar display element. In order to add shortcode support, you need to create a child theme, and place this new code in the _topbar.php file. This fix isn’t Memberium specific and will enable all shortcodes for the top bar.
Plugins add functionality to your website – here are the plugins, themes, software and services we often use and recommend.