Support » Plugin: Paid Memberships Pro » Skip login or registration

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  • Plugin Author Jason Coleman

    (@strangerstudios)

    Jesse, you might be confusing PMPro with another plugin. PMPro works this way by default. There are username/password/email fields on the checkout page and user is registered/created as they checkout (unless they are already logged in).

    Plugin Author Jason Coleman

    (@strangerstudios)

    Some clarifications Re your specific #s.

    1. This isn’t part of PMPro, but is possible using the shortcodes in the PMPro Register Helper plugin: http://www.paidmembershipspro.com/add-ons/plugins-on-github/pmpro-register-helper-add-checkout-and-profile-fields/ Have users sign up for a free account and link the free account to your newsletter app through an addon.

    2. You’d have to customize the workflow yourself through code.

    3. Again, you can register from the checkout page with PMPro with the default setup. If they registered already some other way and are logged in, they won’t have to register again.

    4. You can customize the email through the membership confirmation message or through the docs on our site.

    5. PMPro will log the user in right away after checkout and give them their level. (Exception is with PayPal Standard.)

    Keep trying. If you need more help, you can sign up for support on our member forum.

    Jesse Friedman

    (@professor44)

    @strangerstudios thank you for the awesome support. It appears the theme I’m using is utilizing this if statement:

    if ( !$skip_account_fields && !$pmpro_review ) {

    /*request user login

    }

    I just need to figure out if I can set those variables correctly or if I have to mod the code in the theme

    Slocum Themes

    (@slocumstudio)

    Hi Jesse,

    Going to resolve this one as it seems the issue was resolved on Twitter. Tweet for reference: https://twitter.com/professor/status/399580975367454720

    Thanks

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