This guide will show you how to allow your members to set their own password when placing an order through an Infusionsoft order form.
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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.
Memberium’s Sync New Registrations to Infusionsoft setting lets you do just that – sync any new WordPress registrations back to Infusionsoft. This also works with other plugins that create WordPress records.
Enable User URL Slug Update allows you to control whether or not the WordPress user slug will be changed when the display name is updated. By default, this is not enabled. Some plugins like BuddyBoss or BuddyPress use the user slug to create individual profile pages.
Local Auth Only directs Memberium to use the more secure WordPress user authentication instead of relyng on the plain text password stored in the Infusionsoft contact password field. Simply put, this improves overall security as passwords will be stored as hashes in the WordPress database.
Learn how to easily trigger Infusionsoft campaign sequences without tags when someone does something on your membership site using API Goals along with Memberium for Infusionsoft.
The Force LearnDash Security Inheritance setting lets you control whether lessons and topics will inherit Memberium content protection settings from the course they are attached to.
Memberium can automatically create excerpts and teaser content for pages and posts. Use these settings to control how that content is automatically generated.