This setting controls how excerpts are generated and displayed in your system. When a visitor reaches a page Excerpt, the system will first attempt to display the Excerpt defined for that particular page. If no Excerpt is defined, the system will display the “Default Excerpt”. If neither is setup, nothing will be displayed.
When set to “Yes”, the user must have a qualifying membership tag in order to login. If set to “No”, any user may login regardless of whether or not they have an active membership. This can be useful to allow members with inactive memberships to login to buy additional access, update payment information, etc.
This feature enables you to automatically log your members into your site without requiring them to enter their username and password. For axample, this can take the form of a link in an email, a link on a webpage, or a thank you page in an ecommerce funnel like ThriveCart.
In this post we’ll show you how to display or hide WordPress widgets conditionally based on a member’s existing ActiveCampaign tags. In certain situations you’ll want to control the visibility of widgets based on a logged in member’s existing ActiveCampaign tags. Or only display certain widgets to logged out visitors.
Want to upgrade from AccessAlly to Memberium for ActiveCampaign? We’ll show you the needed steps and link to other resources to make a smooth transition.
In this video, we’ll show you how to add or change your site’s logo when using Memberium’s page templates and custom child theme.
In this guide, we’ll give an example of an ideal automation for password generation and also how to fix the most common issues we see come up with the webhook.
Divi + ActiveCampaign Integration: How to Protect Divi Modules Using ActiveCampaign Tags With Memberium
Learn how to use Memberium for ActiveCampaign to protect your Divi content with ActiveCampaign tags.