Memberlite sets default CSS selectors or “class” names that control what elements are modified by Customizer colors and font settings. This code recipe demonstrates how to use the memberlite_defaults filter to add or remove CSS selectors from the any of the defaults in that global variable.
Memberlite is a theme we designed exclusively for membership sites and it is tightly integrated for use with Paid Memberships Pro. If you don’t already have Memberlite, you can now install it directly via your WordPress Dashboard. To install, go to Appearance > Themes > Add New and search for “Memberlite”.
Version 3.0.2 of Memberlite theme is out with handful of bug fixes and enhancements.
An import file containing demo content is now available for sites using the Memberlite Theme. The demo content covers basic theme features as well as the shortcodes available in the Memberlite Shortcodes plugin.
Convert more site visitors into members with these three sample callout banners for Memberlite.
There are many creative ways to display an advertisement for membership throughout your site (once I get started coming up with layout ideas I find it hard to stop). I find that an ad at the bottom of your page is a great place to start—it’s a catch all when the reader has reached the end of your content looking for the next page to view.
If you’re using the Memberlite Theme and have a company logo or inspiration image, here’s an easy way to generate your site’s primary, secondary, and action colors.