WordPress User Custom Profile Page

How to Create Your WordPress User Custom Profile Page

Although WordPress is the most popular content management system out there, it lacks some basic features – specifically, front-end user management. In other words, WordPress doesn’t let users view or modify their user profile information from the front-end. While there are plenty of features for users in the WordPress back-end, extending the same to the […]

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Export Member Data in Paid Member Subscriptions

We firmly believe and stand behind the philosophy of owning your own data. While the membership and payment data was always in your database, it was not straight forward to export it. For this reason, you can now export member data stored in Paid Member Subscriptions to a CSV file. Whether you prefer to view […]

Democratize Multilingual WordPress – TranslatePress Beta

Big words for a big project. Wouldn’t it be great to be able to translate your WordPress site with an user interface that wasn’t an afterthought and the functionality looks like it was part of the core? Where it works out of the box without having to add support to various plugins or themes. Where […]

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How to Remove Unused CSS JS Files in WordPress

When trying to optimize site speed, you really want to remove unused CSS JS files in WordPress. It can also help you improve your site rankings in Google PageSpeed. WordPress sites typically use a lot of plugins. These include contact form plugins, page builders like Elementor, e-commerce plugins like WooCommerce, and others. So, when you […]

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Content Dripping – Give Users Access to Your Content Article by Article

When you’re launching a membership site the last thing you want to do is worry someone will steal the content you’ve worked months or even years on. As illogical as it is, your brain will loose focus from working on the important things: content adding value to your proposals marketing your membership site researching new […]

How to Load a Login, Edit Profile or Registration Form in a Popup

Ever landed up on a webpage that asked you to register or login, only to forget the original article / page where you wanted to be after registering or login in? Doing those steps is ok, after all you probably wanted to take those actions anyway.

But why not try and make the entire experience a little bit better and more user friendly?

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Enable WordPress User Registration on a Subsite Only

When you have WordPress Multisite active, all users are shared between all blogs because the wp_users table is the same for all blogs. By default, it’s simply not possible to enable WordPress user registration on a subsite only. To go around this, first thing we need to do is enable registration in our network admin: […]