This article describes how to create a grid of images that are in full color, or are ghosted gray depending on your access to each item in the grid. We’ll explain the end-goal, and show you how to create a similar effect on your site by walking you through the process. You’ll see references to “ghosting”. This is the name for the effect of graying out a darker or colored element to show that it is not available. It’s a design pattern that goes back many years.
We’ve replaced our manual installation process with a wizard-based installer and this simplified installation guide. If you run into any errors or problems while installing Memberium, you can refer to our troubleshooting guide to find a potential solution. If the troubleshooting section doesn’t help solve your issue, or if you feel like you want help at anytime, our support team is standing by to help you.
You can easily and automatically create a Memberium user account when one of your customer makes a purchase from you. This guide will walk you through the steps. This guide breaks this down into steps in order that you can follow.
We’d suggest that you use our shortcode [memb_list_subscriptions] which will show them their subscriptions and allow them to cancel a subscription.
Simply put, credit based systems allow your members to accumulate credits and spend them on services instead of using cash directly. As their credits increase either through buying or earning credits, they can then use those credits to buy additional access. Typically credits are earned either through one-time purchases, through subscriptions, or through performing activities. Credits are then redeemed either for an increased level of membership, or to buy access to content either on a permanent or temporary basis.
In this post we’ll show you how to display or hide WordPress widgets conditionally based on a member’s existing Infusionsoft tags. In certain situations, you’ll want to control the visibility of widgets based on a logged in member’s existing Infusionsoft tags. Or only display certain widgets to logged out visitors.
We’re often asked to provide a comparison between CustomerHub and Memberium for people who are either considering their first membership site, or considering upgrading from CustomerHub. CustomerHub provides an easy to use, entry level solution that is managed for you and hosted by Infusionsoft, which makes it a popular choice for people getting their toes wet in the membership and subscription space.
This is a step by step guide to upgrading an iMember360 membership site for Infusionsoft to Memberium. Switching from iMember360 is fairly straightforward. Here are recommended best practices that we have developed over the past year after converting many sites. This process has been tested on sites ranging from a few users to 12,000 users:
Unlike some membership systems, in Memberium users are primarily managed through Infusionsoft itself. This provides a consistent and clean way to manage your users that fully takes advantage of Infusionsoft’s marketing automation features. Access is determined by the tags that are applied to the user, allowing you to control the user experience with tools like Campaign Builder.
In this post I’m going to show you how to add a log in and log out link to your main Wordpress navigation. The log in link will only appear visible to non logged in members. Vice-versa, the log out link will only show up for logged in members.
This is a easy task to complete that should take 5-10 minutes depending on your familiarity with Wordpress.
Membership levels are the primary way by which access to membership sites is managed, however it is not the only way. Each Membership level consists of several components: Membership Name, Membership Tags, Membership Level Tag, Membership Level PAYF Tag, Membership Level CANC Tag (Optional), Membership Level SUSP Tag (Optional), Numeric Membership Level, WordPress Roles, and Themes. You can arrange your membership levels so that higher levels automatically include lower levels by assigning a membership level number.