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.
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.
Beaver Builder + ActiveCampaign Integration: How to Protect Beaver Builder Blocks Using ActiveCampaign Tags & Memberium
Learn how to use Memberium for ActiveCampaign to protect your Beaver Builder content with ActiveCampaign tags.
Memberium provides rich support for securely delivering files from Amazon’s Cloud using S3.
Elementor + ActiveCampaign Integration: How to Protect Elementor Blocks Using ActiveCampaign Tags & Memberium
Memberium for ActiveCampaign allows you to show or hide any Elementor elements or sections based on the ActiveCampaign tags that a logged in user has. See how it works…
In this guide, we’ll take you through how to get ThriveCart integration with ActiveCampaign and Memberium. As with most of the cart systems we recommend for M4AC, Memberium doesn’t directly integrate – rather the cart integrates with ActiveCampaign and Memberium will be able to see the changes made to the contact record.
Ideas on Building Membership Sites with Memberium for ActiveCampaign, LearnDash & Social Learner Theme
In this video, Ellen Martin of CourseLauncher HQ walks us through how she builds membership sites with Memberium for ActiveCampaign, LearnDash and the Social Learner theme.
Get a firsthand look at how easy it is to build a great looking membership site with Social Learner, along with other awesome and advanced ways you can use Memberium to build a powerful membership site.
Memberium’s Content Protection Box allows you to protect your content through simple, intuitive means.
You can protect your content with a combination of various controls – active membership, tags, logged in status of a viewer, and contact IDs. Additionally, you can combine these conditions for more complex protections.
Once you’ve determined that a viewer may not view a page, you can then decide how to handle that restricted page. You can hide the page as if it doesn’t exist, show an excerpt/summary if your theme supports that, or simply redirect the viewer to another page.
This guide should give you a better understanding of the capabilities and use of the Content Protection Box