Are you looking for a flexible and easy-to-use membership plugin for your WordPress site? Look no further than the Simple Membership plugin.
With Simple Membership, you can protect your posts and pages so only your members can view the content. You can set up unlimited membership levels, both free and paid, and accept payments securely through PayPal, Stripe, or Braintree payment gateways. The plugin also supports one-time and recurring payments for PayPal and Stripe.
The user-friendly interface allows you to easily protect content while editing a post or page in the WordPress editor. Non-members viewing a protected page will be prompted to log in or become a member.
The plugin includes a membership payments log, allowing you to view all payments from your members at any time. Additionally, there are lots of action and filter hooks that developers can use to customize the plugin, as well as an API that can be used to query, create, and update member accounts.
Other features include a member login widget on the sidebar, the ability to partially protect post or page content, and the option to use merge vars in membership email notifications. The plugin is also fully translatable and can be translated into any language.
Simple Membership is a well-supported plugin with over 50,000 active installations and is compatible with any WordPress theme. The plugin also includes a variety of customization options, including the ability to configure after login, registration, and logout redirection for members, force members to use strong passwords, and more.
Overall, if you’re looking for a reliable and easy-to-use membership plugin for your WordPress site, Simple Membership is definitely worth considering.
You can download the plugin for free from the official WordPress plugin repository or visit the official site at wordpress.org.
How to use membership levels with Palleon?
Palleon WordPress Image Editor is compatible with Simple Membership plugin. You can allow backend image editor access for only selected membership levels from the plugin settings. You can also choose which membership levels will be able to access your PRO templates on backend version.