Suppose you have some additional form fields that are not required for registration and you don’t want to show those as part of the registration process; but you would like them to be included when a user updates their registration info. Here is an elegant way of doing that without resorting so hiding the fields with CSS. Continue Reading →
Tips and Tricks
Note: this example predates the introduction of the MailChimp Integration extension. I recommend that you use that extension instead as it is far easier to use and also utilizes the latest MailChimp API (version 3.0).
Here is an example of a simple integrating MailChimp with the WP-Members registration process. This could be modified to suit similar integrations as long as there is an API to hook into. Continue Reading →
This is a script that will allow you to set up a plugin to change the native WordPress new user registration email (the one that comes from WordPress when a new user is registered) to use the WP-Members new user registration email. Continue Reading →
That’s actually part of your theme’s comments.php template. You can make an easy modification to the theme comments.php file at the end where it generates the comments form with comment_form() – replace the comment_form(); call with this: Continue Reading →
While the concepts outlined here are more specific to loading custom styles for the WP-Members plugin, the WP functions discussed can be used to load and unload custom stylesheets for any WP plugin or theme that uses wp_register_style.
In the past, I have explained how to setup a custom stylesheet for WP-Members and set the location in the plugin’s settings. In this article, I would like to explain a more advanced method that is a little cleaner and more elegant. Continue Reading →