In this article, you’ll learn 18 different methods you can use to protect or grant access to your membership site content using Memberium. At the end of this article, you will have learned how you can protect pages, posts, custom post types, portions of pages, documents, videos, audio files, and content categories.
With mobile web browsing becoming the main way people interact with your site, it’s important to have a way for your users to quickly log in. Memberium works with third-party plugins to provide a way for your users to log in using their Facebook accounts. In this guide, we’ll cover all the steps needed to get this implemented today!
Choosing the platform to build your membership site or online course is a big decision. Even if you’re just starting, switching down the road when you have existing subscribers or students can complicate things.
Getting started on the right platform from the get-go will help you grow and scale in the long run.
Here are 4 key reasons you’ll want to create your membership site or online course on WordPress over any hosted non-WordPress options.
The latest version of Memberium for Infusionsoft has introduced a new dropdown option for admins. These options offer quick access to some of the most common admin functions you’ll use with Memberium for Infusionsoft.
Memberium’s Fast User List feature enables you to speed up loading times when you view the user list. This enhancement is for the WordPress backend and has the potential to save you a lot of time.
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 can be configured to keep a record of all HTTP POSTs sent to your site. The system collects the time, contact ID, and the result of the HTTP POST.
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.
The Maximum Affiliate Cache Age defines the cache Time to Live (TTL) for your Infusionsoft Affiliate data in the Memberium database in seconds. The default value is 0, which means no caching, the affiliate records will be refreshed on each and every login.
Memberium’s Extended Registration Fields setting lets you ask for more information on the default WordPress registration page.