Oct 172019

WP eMember Membership Plugin shows you how to create a membership website easily and add various membership levels and more.

Last Updated: October 17, 2019

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WP eMember plugin is a very powerful and also a simple membership plugin to set up. There are many settings to configure and more features are being added from time to time.

The developers keep adding and improving the plugin by adding more integration with other popular plugins and services. If you have a request, please submit your request. The developers love to hear from the users what more they want with the plugin.

This is an advantage for the user. This plugin will keep on growing as new requests are made by users. It also has a great support staff constantly answering questions in the forum.

The following list of tutorials will guide you, help you set up your membership website in a few steps. It will also provide some troubleshooting tips.

WP eMember Membership Plugin

The current plugin version is WP eMember 10.2.1 May 23, 2019. I will be updating the tutorial only when ever any new changes are added and or new additional options are added in the current release version.

Note: To view a list of the current changelog click on the following URL WordPress eMember Change log.

What You Need:

WP eMember Plugin Tutorials:

  1. Dashboard Information
  2. General Settings
  3. General Settings Part 2
  4. Page Forms Settings
  5. Email Settings
  6. Gateway Custom Fields
  7. Membership
  8. Membership Levels
  9. Admin Functions
  10. Payments Settings
  11. Free Membership Level Setup
  12. Troubleshooting

I will be adding more information and more tutorials in the future. So make sure you bookmark this page and keep coming back for the latest.

Note: You might be interested in checking the following URL Simple Membership Plugin Comparison Check With eMember. This will help you determine which plug is best for you.

If you have any questions please let me know.


Manuel Ballesta Ruiz is a web developer, Blogger and WordPress Enthusiast.

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