Memberium Frequently Asked Questions
Here’s a few reasons why we believe Memberium is a good choice for you:
We wrote Memberium to deal with shortcomings in competing products. We use it with our own clients. We have a team to support you. We’re partner oriented. Making a product that is fast, secure — that means no back doors, scalable, easy on your server, easy to maintain, extendable and FAST is our mission. We believe in you keeping control of your brand. We’re also the leading choice of mission critical membership sites.
We want to earn your trust.
You Keep Control
We Eat Our Own Dog Food
Lean Memory Footprint
Ease of Maintenance
Designed for Infusionsoft
No Hidden Settings
Fair Licensing Terms
Unlike hosted solutions that force you to use a subdomain of someone else’s service, you can use the domain of your choice. Similarly you have access to the thousands of themes made available to the WordPress community, or you can roll your own.
We believe in eating our own dog food and we built our own business on top of using it.
Before Memberium was launched publicly, we were using it to solve problems for our private clients. We’ve been in the membership space since before the Internet became commonplace, developing and managing BBS software for dialup. We’ve been writing software for the internet and the web since 1996. Suffice it to say, this isn’t a business opportunity for us in as much as it’s a passion.
We’re not all coders, however we are partners with employees and we’re growing.
Our source code is not held by a single individual, and is escrowed offsite so that if something were to happen to any of us, your investment is protected.
Our concept of team doesn’t end at our company. As a core principle we believe in enabling and partnering with other companies to leverage their talents and strengths to create an ecosystem that benefits everyone.
If you’re of a certain age you’ll remember Johnny Carson, who as the host made it is his mission to always present his guests in the best light.
If you’re working in the Infusionsoft space we’d love to work with you and do what we can to make you a hero to your clients.
We’re happy to assist you with your site, but you’ll need to provide the logins to us.
We can’t login or access your data without your providing us logins and permission.
Your list of clients who have trusted you is your greatest asset, so we have made our full source code available to select clients and independent reviewers to ensure that we’re safe for you and your client’s data.
This need for security and trust was one of the two driving factors that inspired Memberium’s creation. For this reason we also require that you be running PHP 5.3 or newer.
Unlike older plugins that were designed in the days when every page load would cause a half dozen API calls to be made, Memberium was conceived and designed around the two concepts that the API use is subject to quota, and that since API calls are relatively slow.
It’s a core feature of our product that you have complete control over what’s synchronized, speeding up your site and minimizing your database footprint for maximum performance.
Depending on your needs, you can tune Memberium to run with as little as 20% of the API calls of competing legacy solutions.
Memberium today easily handles sites ranging from ten users to sites with many tens of thousands of users. Those same loads have caused severe performance problems with kitchen-sink approach plugins.
If your plugin author tells you that you need to increase your memory to 64M, 96M or even more just to run one plugin, that’s a huge red flag because it’s hiding the problem — not fixing the problem. This memory pressure contributes to scalability and reliability issues when your site is under load.
Combined with the principles we use to encouraging scalability, and our refusal to turn Memberium into a hodge podge of non-membership functions, this results in a faster user experience.
It’s an amazing platform that encourages customization and there are ways to work with WordPress to get the job done and still maintain compatibility.
We provide clearly documented functions to make it easy for you to use your site the way you want to, not the way we think you should use it.
Memberium plays well with the tens of thousands of plugins in the WordPress repository, and whenever possible we integrate with leading plugins to ensure you have the best options available, instead of building our own versions.
In years past there were little or no choices for WordPress/Infusionsoft plugins. That’s no longer true today, and you now have a choice what plugin works best for your style.
Frankly, the monthly subscription fee for the product shouldn’t be a significant factor when choosing a membership software.
What will save you real money is the effort we’ve put into scalability and performance to ensure that you don’t have to throw expensive hardware, hosting and manual fine tuning at your site to make it work, and those costs can easily dwarf the subscription price of Memberium.
Memberium stands out from the competition in several ways, above and beyond our reasonably priced licenses.
First, we stand behind our product and offer a 30 day Money Back Guarantee on all accounts.
Second, we provide a price guarantee. The subscription rate you sign up for will never go above your agreed upon rate as long as your subscription is kept current. Competing products state up front that they provide no suchguarantee, and reserve the right to hike up prices after you’ve already locked into the purchase.
Third, we believe in fair licensing terms. Memberium made unlimited subdomains a standard benefit in ALL our licenses, and we provided unlimited domains plans at reasonably priced rates so that you don’t have to keep re-buying the same product you already bought. We recognized that a client with 10 domains does not require 10 times the support, so we priced our plans fairly and we’ve been thrilled to see our competitors price their plans more reasonably even though they’ve not yet full adopted our more generous licensing models yet.
OK, so that was more than few. Thank you for looking at and considering us as a Membership option.
We provide free installation for Memberium when a license is purchased. As part of your checkout process, we’ll ask you a few questions and give you the option to take advantage of the free installation offer. If you prefer that you or your team install the software we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
You can reach us at Support.
Is it hard? Can I do it myself?
It’s not hard, but it does require some familiarity with both WordPress and Infusionsoft. We do our best to make setting up and managing your membership site as easy as possible both in the software, and through our written and video documentation.
However, if you need additional consulting done to customize your solution or do an advanced installation — we can work with you directly, or help connect you with a consultant or Infusionsoft Certified Partner to work with you on your project. Just reach out to us and let us know how we can help you best.
You can cancel your account anytime by contacting Support with a message saying that you’d like to cancel. If the event arises where your account is charged after you’ve requested a cancellation you will automatically be granted a full refund.
Your satisfaction is guaranteed or we’ll give you your money back!
All orders come with a 30-day 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
If you don’t have a good experience or aren’t happy with Memberium, just let us know within your first 30 days and we’ll issue you a prompt & full refund, no questions asked.
Yes, switching from iMember360 or Wishlist is very easy. You can install the i2SDK and Memberium and set up your membership levels using the same tags.
It will use the same users and passwords as well but you will need to assign the new membership levels you’ve created to the pages and posts in your site. There is a bulk editor within Memberium so you can do this all at once if you’d like.
If you’re using shortcodes from another plugin, you will need to replace those shortcodes with the equivalent Memberium shortcodes instead. You can find a list of our shortcodes here.
Most importantly, it is always recommended to first setup a staging site and test your migration there, then do it on your live site. If you have any other questions regarding migration, please contact us for help.
“Sorry, malware has been detected on your site.”
iMember360 will then lock you out of your own site’s admin Dashboard. This is not a valid warning, and will vanish as soon as you remove iMember360 from your WordPress plugin directory. Scanning the site with Securi or other malware detection tool will confirm this. Because iMember360 locks you out of your dashboard, you will need cpanel, SFTP or FTP access to regain control of your site.
As a result, we now recommend uninstalling iMember360 before you start the upgrade process on your live site.
If you need to move your license from one domain to another, we can easily support that.
Unlimited domains licenses require no coordination with us. Your site will be licensed based on your Infusionsoft app automatically.
Moving your site to a different directory, or to/from a subdomain also does not require coordination, since we automatically license all sites anywhere on your domain and all of it’s subdomains.
If you do need a domain change, please email us at Support, and let us know which domain you are moving from, and whch domain you are moving to. If you need to schedule the switch please let us know, otherwise we will assume it is desired for immediate change. Domain changes usually take only a few minutes once we start the process.
To update your new site, go to Memberium->Dashboard and click the “Renew License” button until the trial message disappears.
Notes for Developers working on Client Sites
If you are a developer working on behalf of a licensee, and need to do the development on another server:
If the license is an unlimited license, then you can do your development on your own domain with no issues.
If the license is a domain license, you have two options:
* You can map a subdomain of the client’s domain to your dev server, and do your development there.
* You can temporarily move the license to your domain, simply contact Support from the license owner’s email address so we can verify the transfer. Once you’re ready to push it back live, let us know and we’ll move the license back to the original domain.
* Development on naked IP’s is not supported for domain licenses.
Our requirements are fairly simple.
1. You need a hosting service that supports WordPress.
2. You need PHP 5.4 – 7.0. Please contact support if you wish to run PHP 7.1 or later.
3. You need CURL support in your PHP. We use CURL to communicate with your Infusionsoft application.
4. You need the IonCube Loader PHP plugin installed.
We also have a pretty comprehensive list of supported hosts here.
If you have any questions about whether your host can support Memberium, you can download our free i2SDK plugin from this site. Once you install the plugin, it will tell you if your PHP version and IonCube match our requirements.
If you do not yet have Infusionsoft, we can help connect you with one of our partners who can work with you on pricing arrangements and getting your app configured. Contact us at Support and indicate in the subject line that you need Infusionsoft.
The code behind Memberium conforms to the strict standards set for WordPress plugin development and is designed to function correctly with other well-written plugins and themes, however conflicts can and do happen.
There are thousands of plugins available for WordPress, with varying goals, qualities of code, and intentions for use.
Some conflicts are intentional, for example there are security plugins which block Infusionsoft’s HTTP POSTs from reaching your site. Examples of this include WP-SpamShield, iThemes Security, etc. The iThemes conflict can be fixed by editing the changes it makes to your .htaccess file, but the WP-Spamshield has no ability to let HTTP POSTs through.
Some conflicts are minor and side effects of the design. If you notice something working oddly or not working after installing another plugin, you can usually narrow it down by disabling the plugins and turning them on one-by-one and testing your site, until you find the plugin causing the problem.
The name Memberium is a play on the various hard but light metals used in industry, such as aluminum (aluminium) and titanium. The suffix “ium” is also used to indicate the setting where a given activity is carried out, such as your membership site. An example would be a Gymnasium or Stadium.
We like to think of it as “Member”-“ium”, it’s the raw material you build your website with.
We pronounce it “mem-bayr-ee-um”.
But however you pronounce it, we’ll know what you mean 🙂
Our main development system is running on NginX/FPM (PHP 5.4) based running on MariaDB.
We are designed to run on…
YES! Most of our clients run Apache or a mix of Apache and NginX.
We no longer support HHVM or Hack. The performance improvements from these forks are now available in PHP 7, which we do recommend.
Jermaine Grigg’s Automation Clinic Plugins
YES! Some older versions of Jermaine’s SDK plugins have a problem with their SDK initialization code and will have problems running with Memberium. You can get the newer version from Jermaine, or we can do a simple 1 line fix to modify your SDK plugin for you to fix the problem. Automation Clinic plugins require a membership in Jermaine’s program.
Yes, we love the Apache alternatives. Lighty is a great web server option; fast and easy to work with – much like NginX.
YES! We love load balancers. Memberium is designed to work with Load Balancers using both sticky and non-sticky sessions. Please verify with your tech team that the load balancer is not blocking HTTP POSTs.
Yes, Memberium works great with MariaDB, as a faster and more efficient alternative to MySQL.
YES! Memberium runs great with ModPHP on Apache.
Yes, Memberium works GREAT with NginX, which is faster and easier to scale than Apache.
Novak Solutions Plugins
YES! You can run Joey Novak’s plugins alongside Memberium to enhance your website’s capabilities.
Yes, Memberium works great with PHP-FPM. Note that We do NOT support versions of PHP older than 5.3 for performance, security and reliability reasons.
YES! We have integration support to work with PlusThis. PlusThis is one of the swiss army knives of Infusionsoft integration. You can learn more about PlusThis here.
Yes, Memberium is designed to work great with Speedilicious. To learn more click here to visit Speedilicious‘ website.
Yes, Memberium works great with SSL.
W3 Total Cache
YES! Memberium works great with W3 Total Cache. You just need to be sure to disable page caching. Page Caching does the opposite of what we’re using membership software for. It provides every visitor with the same page, whereas Memberium is designed to deliver a custom experience to each of your users. Even without Page Caching W3TC can be a great tool for scaling your site, since it provides a great many optimizations and features beyond page caching. As with any tool that alters the behavior of your WordPress site, test it well before deploying it in production.
YES! We support WordPress MultiSite as of version 2.40. Each site can be setup to connect to a different Infusionsoft application, or the same application can share the same cache data between multiple sites.
Yes, Memberium works great with xCache; we can leverage xCache, APC and Memcache’s APIs for caching. Unlike 3rd party systems such as W3 Total Cache, our internal caching system is designed with the awareness of our function.
The Bad News
CloudFlare is an external caching system. We don’t recommend caching your membership site using CloudFlare. If you run your site in a subdirectory, you can use CloudFlare with your main site, and setup an exception for your Memberium powered site by excluding that URL. CloudFlare’s tools may also block access to Infusinosoft’s HTTP POST commands.
Sorry, we don’t support LimeLight CRM. If you’d like to see LimeLight supported please do let us know.
Ontraport aka Office AutoPilot
Sorry, we don’t support Ontraport or Office AutoPilot. If you’d like to see Ontraport supported please do let us know.
Sorry, we don’t support SalesForce. If you’d like to see SalesForce supported please do let us know.
WishList Member is a great plugin, but if you’re planning to migrate a site from WishList Membership system, unfortunately you can’t run both plugins at once during your transition since they will both fight to take over access control of your site.
Sorry, we don’t support 1ShoppingCart. For membership websites integrated with 1ShoppingCart we recommend WishList Member
I don’t see what I’m looking for?
If you don’t see your favorite technology here, feel free to ask us!
Yes, Memberium is both mobile-friendly and compatible with responsive design.
Unfortunately, we can’t give it to you for free outright. But, if for any reason you’re not happy with Memberium during your first 30 days of signing up, just let us know and we’ll give you a full refund for your purchase, no questions asked.
Our main goal is to make our customers happy and provide you with the best membership site plugin possible, which is why stand behind our roduct, and offer a 30 day money back guarantee.
To add a users first name you would use:
To add a users email address you would use:
Refer to the memb_contact shortcode for more info on this and how to add other Infusionsoft fields.
If you want to create your own custom log in page and not use the default wordpress log in you can add the ‘memb_loginform’ shortcode to a new wordpress page called ‘Log In’, it can also be added to a widget or theme template.
If you want to include a ‘Forgot password?’ password link below the log in form, add the ‘memb_send_password’ shortcode to a new wordpress page called ‘Forgot Password’ and add a link to the new page below the log in form.
Use the content protection box on the left hand side of any page or post. For any other special content areas that you want to protect, and only allow certain members to see, then use one of the access control shortcodes, such the memb_has_any_tag shortcode.
Here’s a video Showing the Process https://memberium.com/infusionsoft-1-click-upsell-memberium/
How to auto log-in a member from an Infusionsoft Email or other Infusionsoft template –
Include this for the url where you want users to click to auto log in:
Example Use With Redirect to a specific page after log in:
<a href="http://yourdomain.com/?memb_autologin=yes&Id=~Contact.Id~&Email=~Contact.Email~&auth_key=yourauthkey&redir=http://yourdomain.com/silver-video-2/"> Log In Automatically Here</a>
To auto log-in a user from Customerhub use this for the link url:
You have two options on how to generate a password for your members. You can have the user create one, or you can have Memberium automatically create a password for you and assign it to the user.
Let Users Create Their Own Password
You can add a field to the webform or order form (legacy only) that a member will fill out that lets them type in their own new password. You’ll need to enter the appropriate password field that matches the field you’re using (Example: Field Snippets > Other > Password) to the webform you plan on using.
Adding password fields to order forms is trickier and is not officially supported by Infusionsoft. If Legacy Order forms are unavailable to you and you don’t have technical support resources, then we generally encourage using the automatic password generation to ensure smooth onboarding of your new members.
Automatically Assign A Password
You can use Infusionsoft’s HTTP POST functions to signal Memberium to automatically generate a password and assign it to the user pretty easily. HTTP POST actions can be run many ways, either in Campaign Builder after a goal is achieved, in a Purchase Action after a product is purchased, in a Legacy Actionset, etc.
The most common scenario is to use a Purchase Action or a Purchase Goal, and then to run the HTTP POST from there, but any of the ways will work.
What is an HTTP POST?
An HTTP POST is a simple way for one web server (Infusionsoft) to send a signal to another web server (Memberium) to tell it that something has happened, and an action needs to be taken. Infusionsoft has a helpful guide on using HTTP POSTS in their knowledgebase.
How to Setup an HTTP POST
When you use an HTTP POST, either in Campaign Builder or in Legacy, you will be prompted for a URL to send the HTTP POST
In order to make this manual step easier, we provide “done for you” URL’s in your Memberium->Basic Options menu screen near the bottom. This example code is ready to copy/paste from your Memberium screen straight into your Infusionsoft HTTP POST action with no edits.
HTTP POST Make Password Options
There are several options when creating a password, and the sample code uses the settings that are the typical actions used by almost everyone. If you have an unusual situation, such as creating new passwords to overwrite existing passwords, you may want to contact support or review the documentation to setup your HTTP POST for your special needs. VERY FEW people need this sort of behavior and it’s not commonly used since overwriting the existing password can be very confusing for users who often struggle with managing their passwords.
If you apply the HTTP POST Make Password action, and it doesn’t work, there are some steps you can do to work through the problem. We also encourage you to contact us at Memberium support as we may be able to help you as well.
- If you’re posting to an HTTPS:// URL, Infusionsoft may have difficulty with your SSL certificate, you can work around this by using an HTTP:// link
- If the link you’re HTTP POSTing to does a redirect, you can POST to the link its redirecting to. The Infusionsoft server doesn’t “follow” redirects and will just give up. Sometimes if you use (or don’t use) “www” in your URL this can happen.
- If there’s a leading or trailing space when you paste the HTTP POST URL into Infusionsoft, that will often break the HTTP POST. Carefully edit your HTTP POST setup to remove any extra characters.
- Your web host may be blocking Infusionsoft HTTP POSTs due to strict security measures. Please contact Memberium Support for assistance if you believe this may be the case.
Sending the User their Password
Once you have the password assigned to the user automatically, you’ll need to send them their password so that they can login. The easiest way to do this is to send a welcome email to the user after the purchase or signup with their username, password, and the link they need to login to your membership site.
When using Campaign Builder it is highly advisable to place at least a 1 or 2 minute delay BETWEEN the action of the password being generated, and the email notification. This gives Infusionsoft’s email database time to catch up with the new password information. If you don’t put this delay in place, you may find that some (or all) of your new members receive welcome messages with blank email passwords.
Another common mistake is to insert the “Password” field into the email, even if you’re using a custom password. The Infusionsoft Password field is a separate and distinct password field from the password field you’re using if you are using a custom field for your password.
Once the password is assigned, you’ll want to make sure that you’ve also applied the specific membership level tag(s) they need to grant their access. You can add this action set to your campaign after a user buys a membership or opts in.
We maintain the list below as a best effort guide. WordPress is a popular platform and a great many hosts support it to one degree or another. Also, a host may be able to run Memberium on one hosting plan, but not another. Hosting technology is subject to change and as we learn about new compatibilities or incompatibilities we’ll update this page. If you have new information about a host that you’d like to share or recommend please contact us at Support
We cannot provide system admin support for servers running Microsoft Windows.
My Web Host isn’t listed below? How Can I find out if it supports Memberium?
We provide an installation wizard that will inspect your web hosting to make sure it has the features the PHP versions needed to run Memberium.
To run the wizard, download the plugin from this link and install it on your WordPress site.
If you do have a web host that supports Memberium, please let us know at Support, so we can add your web host to our list.
A Word about Subdomains
Memberium is developer friendly. We realize that you may want to run multiple sites on your subdomain, including testing and development sites. Each Memberium license covers one domain, and all of it’s subdomains, not just WWW. You can also run your Memberium sites in subdirectories too of course.
We strongly recommend to avoid using shared hosting. If your hosting costs $15.00 USD per month or less, you’re probably looking at shared hosting. Shared hosting is where your site shares the same server resources as a thousand other sites on a badly overloaded server.
Sites running on shared hosting are often slow and erratic in performance due to being on a server shared with thousands of other sites. It will run, but slowly and erratically and provide a poor experience and reliability issues for your clients.
Which webhost is fastest?
In November 2014, ReviewSignal did a performance shoot-out
Here’s the 2015 ReviewSignal web hosting performance review:
WordPress Hosting Performance Benchmarks (2015)
My Host isn’t Listed
Don’t see your host here? We probably will work with them. You can download our open source i2SDK plugin for WordPress which includes web host compatibility checks.
Kinsta is a managed WordPress host exclusively powered by Google Cloud Platform and the container technology. Kinsta
provides managed WordPress hosting services for high traffic sites, enterprise and community websites. Kinsta’s container technology gives better performance and scalability over VPS’s. Kinsta uses the latest version of Nginx, MariaDB, and PHP. Developer tools like SSH, one-click staging, & WP-CLI are standard on all plans. Low level plans require you to open a ticket for IonCube prior to installing Memberium. More information is here.
Yes! You can review Siteground hosting here. MMMastery and Memberium use SiteGround for several of our sites.
Yes! Memberium runs on WP Engine. There are some additional steps you will need to have WP Engine support assist you with. We’ve included a pre-written template through the above link that you can copy+paste into your WP Engine support request. Once they change two minor settings in your account, Memberium will run on WP Engine hosting. A significant limitation of WPEngine is that you cannot install WordPress in a subdirectory; they only support one install per (sub)domain.
A Small Orange LLC
Yes!. You can review A Small Orange hosting here.
Yes! Digital Marketer runs all of their websites on Rackspace, and has completely converted over to Memberium. You can review Rackspace hosting here.
Yes! You can review Synthesis Managed WordPress hosting here.
One note of concern with WebSynthesis is that they have intentionally misconfigured their servers to emit warnings and errors to your users which is clearly recommended against by PHP. This may create security issues for you. Due to this misconfiguration we have downgraded WebSynthesis from Recommended to Compatible.
Yes! Pressidium by default does not include IonCube, but has outstanding and responsive customer service. You will need to contact support and request for it to be installed. Additionally there is an issue with data handling in their current setup. Please contact us for a custom i2SDK if you’re using Pressidium.
Yes!. IonCube is installed on all LunarPages servers, however you will need to activate it on your server by updating your php.ini file. If you wish to do this yourself, you can find instructions to activate IonCube on your hosting account, or we can do this for you as part of your installation.
Yes! IonCube comes preinstalled on BlueHost’s servers. You may need to update your PHP.INI file to activate IonCube. We can help you with this if you provide us FTP access. If you wish to do this yourself you can read this document on how to Activate IonCube on BlueHost.
Some Support, not recommended. GoDaddy is fine for domain registration, but their hosting services are problematic.
Memberium can be run on GoDaddy Cpanel Hosting. Some GoDaddy hosting plans do not include IonCube. If your account does not include IonCube, GoDaddy support will not install it for you. If you do not wish to install IonCube yourself, we can assist, however we will need to coordinate with you for FTP access to your site and access to your web hosting control panel.
GoDaddy shared hosting does not support IonCube and cannot run Memberium.
GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting has a caching system which interferes with Infusionsoft’s HTTP POSTs, and is not supported. Also it lacks support for cron jobs which is yet another limitation of GoDaddy Managed WordPress hosting.
Do not use GoDaddy shared hosting, it’s too slow and underpowered for a membership site.
Yes! Some MediaTemple hosting plans do not include IonCube. If your account does not include IonCube, MediaTemple will not install it for you. If you do not wish to install IonCube yourself, we can assist, however we will need to coordinate with you for access to your root SSH login. If you wish to do this yourself, here is a helpful article: How Can I Install IonCube Loader Libraries on MediaTemple.
Great Hosts for Techies
Yes! We use Digital Ocean internally to host our development systems using NginX, PHP-FPM, and MariaDB. Digital Ocean is a non-managed VPS environment featuring high performance SSD storage on all systems. Because it’s a non-managed environment, your IT admin person will need to install IonCube as appropriate for your chosen operating system and runtimes. Follow this link to learn more about installing IonCube for your Digital Ocean environment.
Amazon Web Services EC2
Yes! Memberium works great on EC2 with ELB, Route 53, S3 and Cloudfront.
Yes! Azure by default does not include IonCube. You will need to manually install IonCube yourself. A discussions with simple steps to do this are available here: Installing PHP and Zend Extensions on Windows Azure Websites.
Hosts to Avoid
Yes, Memberium runs on DreamHost. HOWEVER we do not recommend hosting any business site on Dreamhost. We also strongly caution against using their low cost shared hosting plans as their servers are very heavily used, and running a membership site is more resource intensive than your average WordPress website. DreamHost has been plagued over the years with downtime and capacity issues, and will take no responsibility for breaking your site during upgrades. We do not recommend using them for your business. DreamHost provides instructions for installing IonCube on DreamHost. You may also need to disable the PHP Xcache extension.
Downgraded. Flywheel can turn on IonCube for any site on Flywheel. It only requires a support request sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, with your information on which domain/account needs IonCube activated. In our limited experience so far the platform is quirky, with unresponsive and unhelpful tech support that seems to operate off scripts. They also have over-aggressive caching as a cost saving measure that can deliver the wrong pages to your users. Best avoided.
Yes!. HostGator Cpanel accounts support IonCube, however HostGator Managed WordPress hosting does not, and cannot run Memberium. Thanks to ICC Mike Connolly from StrategiCopy for the update.
No. Pantheon is not designed for more intensive plugins such as membership sites. We recommend WP Engine instead.
No. 🙁 Neither GoDaddy Managed WordPress cannot run Memberium reliably due to service-based caching issues, and GoDaddy shared hosting does not support IonCube and therefore cannot run Memberium.
No. 🙁 Unfortunately at this time, ThemeCo does not have the basic capabilities required to host Memberium.
No. 🙁 Unfortunately, WordPress.com does not have any of the basic capabilities required to host Memberium.
We put great effort into respecting the platform (WordPress) we’re built on. We do our best to develop systems that maintain maximum compatibility and performance so you don’t have to worry about as much.
In the time we’ve been developing Memberium, we’ve never once needed to make a code change to support a WordPress upgrade.
Upgrades are difficult enough without forcing you to upgrade multiple pieces together at the same time.
Memberium requires no upgrades in order to work with WordPress from versions 3.9 or later.
Memberium does not require “Sync Releases” for compatibility either.
We’ve written a sample ticket that you can copy & send to WPEngine support to prepare your hosting account for Memberium, click here to see the full instructions.
We’d be glad to do this for you 🙂
All you’d need to do is get in touch with us at Support with the following details…
2) A confirmation if we can go ahead and use your existing card on file to do the upgrade.
3) You’d also need to let us know which plan you’d like us to upgrade to. You can read about the subscription plans memberium offers here.
Once we have all the details, we will pro-rate your current subscription based on unused days and add it as a credit to the new subscription.
In case you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to let us know here and we’ll get you taken care of.