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  • Hi,

    Thank you for reaching out to us.

    Paid Member Subscriptions plugin is compatible with a WordPress MultiSite install based on our tests. If you install it and find any bugs please contact us here by opening a support ticket.

    I will mark this post as resolved.

    Best regards,

    Thanks- is there documentation on multisite setup?
    Can the “parent” site control the “child”?
    eg: member subscription XYZ is allowed to purchase a subsite.
    Can the plugin control that?
    payment means Child site is active.
    recurring payment not made – Child site deactivated automatically?

    ^^^ wondering the same thing……..

    Plugin Author Cristian Antohe


    Currently we don’t have this functionality. But we might consider this in the future.

    There is a way to do this using one subscription plan for the subsites.
    It involves manually editing your pages and testing for active subscriptions yourself.

    All the subscription forms and links you will need to create yourself. they must all point back to the main site.

    All purchases, users must be in the main site profile.

    you need to be familiar with PHP and Mysql and understand the WP templates

    Here is how I did it.
    Instead of using restriction shortcodes, I created a custom field called premium_content.
    In Single.php , test for premium content. If the user is not logged in, show the excerpt then the login form.

    You can create a functions in the functions file to handle most of this.

    If the user is logged in, call a function that executes a mysql statement that searches the subscriptions table. SQl Statement will look something like this.
    SELECT * FROM wp_users INNER JOIN wp_pms_member_subscriptions ON wp_users.ID = wp_pms_member_subscriptions.user_id WHERE 1 AND user_id = '$userid'

    if done correctly it will return all of the information about that users subscriptions.

    From their you can show them all the content, if a paid user, or show them LINKS back to the main site. You can try creating a form for the instant purchase, or to resubscribe, but it easier to link the user back to the main site.

    Remember Everything has to point back to the main site.
    Don’t modify the plugin otherwise the next update will wipe out all your work.

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