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

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This document covers the web hosting requirements to use Memberium for ActiveCampaign. If you have any questions about whether your host can support Memberium, you can download our plugin from this site. Once you install the plugin, it will tell you if your PHP version and IonCube do not match our requirements.

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The standard WordPress login page isn’t terribly attractive, or compatible with theme and brand design. It’s not uncommon to want to improve the login experience. Memberium provides a way to generate standard WordPress login forms on your site on any page you wish.

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Membership levels can be created easily using the Memberium Dashboard. During initial setup we offer to do this free for you, but there’s no reason you can’t make or change your own membership levels yourself. This guide will walk you through the steps.

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This function is used to create a single tag. You can use these tags for anything, including creating a membership level.

To create the tag set, perform the following steps.

1. Enter the name of the new tag into the input box. We recommend keeping the tag names short and simple.

2. Click the Create Button to create the new tag.

This function is used to create a series of tag that can be used for dripping content.

To create the group of drip tags, perform the following steps.

1. Enter the name of the new tag into the input box. We recommend keeping the tag names short and simple. Each tag will use this name at the beginning and add the tag ID# to the end of the tag name. (For example, Tag1, Tag2, Tag3)

2. Enter the starting number in the “Start” box. This number will be used on the first tag created. In the above example, the start number would have been “1”

3. Enter the last number in the sequence of tags to create. In the above example, the number would have been “3”

4. Click the Create Button to create the new tags.

This function is used to create a set of tags for use in defining a membership level. Once the tags are created, the tags will be assigned to a membership level.

To create the tag set, perform the following steps.

1. Enter the name of the new membership level into the input box. This name will be used both to name the membership level and to name the tags that it creates. We recommend keeping the tag names short and simple.

2. By default, this function will create one tag. You can optionally create the PAYF, SUSP, and CANC tags, by checking the box “Include PAYF/SUSP/CANC.”

3. Click the Create Button to create the tags.

I’ll get right down to it, we’re flooded with information and it’s not always just knowing something, it’s knowing which thing is the most important so you can focus there. Sorry for being horrendously blunt but here goes. In this article we’ll share the top 3 membership site secrets that have been right in front of you…

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When installing on WP Engine, you will need to contact WP Engine support and request that they turn off the “redirect_bots” setting, and purge the cache. If this setting is not disabled, then it will not be possible to send HTTP POSTs to your app, as the WP Engine server will intercept and stop them from succeeding. You’ll need to send a support ticket to WP Engine Support and ask them to allow your posts to contain variables.

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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.

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