Support » Plugin: Paid Memberships Pro » Formatting Membership Levels

  • Resolved cedaly1968


    I am considering upgrading to Membership Pro but as I read the site about the styling of the memberships it sounds like you have to replace my current theme and use the membership pro theme for the entire site. Not interested in doing that. Does anyone know if that is the case because the plugin does not seem to offer up anyway to format the membership levels other than writing a slew of custom CSS.

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  • Plugin Author Andrew Lima


    Hi @cedaly1968,

    Thank you for showing interest in Paid Memberships Pro.

    PMPro works with any theme and does not require a special theme in order to function and work as intended. PMPro works with the default TwentySeventeen theme.

    Would you mind telling me what theme you are using?

    We do offer a couple of ways to style PMPro from custom CSS, custom page templates to various add-ons. Would you mind telling me what you are trying to style so I may give a more accurate solution that will work for you?

    Thank you for your patience.

    Hi Andrew,

    Thanks for contacting me, I am using the Highend Theme from HB Themes. It has a membership function embedded into Visual Composer so I can create the current membership columns with checkmarks next to services. The following link will show you how the memberships page looks on our site:

    This is the membership levels (example) formatted that we are trying to apply to PMPro

    Not sure how to make PMPro look like Highend 🙂 I like PMPro, it does 90% of what I need, just stuck on the formatting… I can do the CSS work but I think it will be fairly extensive and a little hard to manage. Also, not sure if the membership shortcode has options in them that we can configure – is there a FAQ for the shortcodes?

    Thanks much for the help!

    -C. Daly

    Plugin Author Andrew Lima


    Thank you for your feedback.

    There are 2 options that you can do –

    1. You are able to use the PMPro Advanced Levels Shortcode add on to style compare pricing tables. You may view the add on here –

    2. Use the code from your test-2 page and add a button to each pricing column with the following link and replace X with each membership level’s ID. Inside your PMPro page settings, you are able to assign this page to your levels page by selecting the dropdown and selecting save.

    Either option should work for you, please let me know your thoughts.

    I will give this a whirl in the morning – thanks very insightful!

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