Memberlite adds a new “Memberlite Options” metabox to the “Edit Page” screen in your WordPress admin. Here you can add additional content that spans the fluid width of your page.
This post provides a few example ideas for your page’s bottom banner.
Show Recent Posts
Show recently posted articles either overall or for a category that relates to the page. This recipe uses the
Add a CTA for Visitors to Call or Email You
If you are a consulting team or individual, this sample concept displays a button for visitors to call or email you. It’s a good way to stop page abandonment and give your reader a “next step” after reading your awesome content.
Add a Dynamic List of Related Pages for Continued Reading
Once a visitor has read your page of content, what are they going to read next? This recipe adds a list of subpages using the
All banners span the entire page width, so if you would like to show content in columns, use the
[col] shortcodes [docs]. The banner automatically uses your site’s “secondary” background color as defined in Appearance > Colors > Secondary [docs].
Need to set the same “Page Bottom Banner” to multiple pages/posts?
If you would like to set a Page Bottom Banner for several pages, or conditionally based on whether the user is logged in or a member of a specific level, use the
before_footer hook. Here is an example that uses this hook to set a sitewide membership signup banner.