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  • Thread Starter serhiishevchenko

    (@serhiishevchenko)

    I don’t know how but I just checked one more time and now blank page displays nothing and defauld membership’s page displays memberships… Actually, I did nothing to solve this issue. So if you have some suggestions what it could be and how to avoid it then I’ll appreciate it. Other way you can mark this as resolved.
    Thanks.

    Plugin Author Thomas Patrick Levy

    (@thomasplevy)

    @serhiishevchenko,

    The memberships catalog is a DYNAMIC page which functions exactly the same way your BLOG archive page does for WordPress posts. Here’s some more info: https://lifterlms.com/docs/membership-catalog/

    You CANNOT, therefore, “page build” it because it is an archive page with dynamic content. If the folks at Elementor wanted to add a LifterLMS integration (the way they have for WooCommerce) some options may become available but currently it is a dynamic page

    Therefore, adding or removing the shortcode won’t do anything because the WYSIWYG content is never actually displayed.

    You can simply create a regular page and drop shortcodes onto it (and page build it if you’d like) and then setup a 301 redirect from the LifterLMS Membership Catalog page to your custom page.

    At the same time my membership page which is set in LMS settings by default doesn’t want to open my membership:
    https://www.serhiishevchenko.com/lms-men-membership/

    I’m not sure what you mean here. It appears to work alright for me. What are you expecting to happen?

    I don’t know how but I just checked one more time and now blank page displays nothing and defauld membership’s page displays memberships… Actually, I did nothing to solve this issue. So if you have some suggestions what it could be and how to avoid it then I’ll appreciate it. Other way you can mark this as resolved.
    Thanks.

    If you have a caching plugin installed / configured this might explain what happened. Flushing a cache would make a blank page magically appear or would suddenly start working if the cached blank page expired.

    Also this is a duplicate of https://wordpress.org/support/topic/custom-membership-page/ which I am not going to paste a duplicate response to.

    No need to open duplicates. I don’t work on the weekends so I’m sorry for the delay!

    Thread Starter serhiishevchenko

    (@serhiishevchenko)

    Sorry, I don’t actually get what does dynamic and archive page mean?

    Well, I don’t know if I described it correctly so you could understand but the thing is that I tried to view the content not in Elementor but I opened a default LifterLMS memberships’ page via link and there’s nothing there (https://www.serhiishevchenko.com/lms-men-membership/) and I had a page which I created with LifterLMS shortcode for memberships and it worked. But then I removed that shortcode and all the content on the page, updated the page, opened it via link and it still showed me the same content. I don’t have any caching plugins activated on my site now.
    I hope you understand what I mean. 🙂

    I’m not sure what you mean here. It appears to work alright for me. What are you expecting to happen?

    I know, now it works fine but I did nothing to fix it…

    No need to open duplicates. I don’t work on the weekends so I’m sorry for the delay!

    Actually, I thought this is different problems. Sorry for that.

    The reason I opened this issue https://wordpress.org/support/topic/custom-membership-page/#post-9428505 is I needed to customize this page (hide main menu, header etc) but I didn’t know how to do that because I couldn’t edit this page in LifterLMS. I could only edit memberships’ page… But I realized what I wanted using css code and simple css plugin.

    Plugin Author Thomas Patrick Levy

    (@thomasplevy)

    The course and membership catalogs work like the WordPress “BLOG” works — it is a list of all your blog posts. The catalogs are a list of all your courses or membership. In WordPress it’s called the “Blog” in LifterLMS it’s called the “Catalog”

    It automatically creates the listed course / memberships based on your settings under LifterLMS Settings -> Courses (or MEmberships)

    So you cannot ADD CONTENT to the page in the same way that you cannot ADD CONTENT to your blog.

    Does that clear it up for you?

    I recommended a workaround for this above, that’s your solution! You can use elementor if you create a custom page as described above.

    Again: You can simply create a regular page and drop shortcodes onto it (and page build it if you’d like) and then setup a 301 redirect from the LifterLMS Membership Catalog page to your custom page.

    Thread Starter serhiishevchenko

    (@serhiishevchenko)

    I recommended a workaround for this above, that’s your solution! You can use elementor if you create a custom page as described above.

    I think that’s kinda what I did. I created a page with shortcode, customized it, but instead of setup 301 redirect I just setup that page as a default in LifterLMS settings and when I did that I couldn’t edit the page anymore and it added some LMS’s customizations to the page which I didn’t need…

    I think 301 redirect is a way out. Thank you so much.

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