Configuring and Using the Membership Registration Pages

Creating a Membership Registration Page

MemberPress allows you to create membership registration pages in two ways:

  1. Automatically when creating a membership
  2. Manually by adding a shortcode to any WordPress Page, Post, or Custom Post Type

These two methods have been explained below.

Automatically

By simply creating your membership in MemberPress, you have created your registration page also for that membership! You can find the link to your membership's registration page here (Hint: click here to learn how to add a registration link to your menu):

Manually

You can manually create a registration page as well if you would like. You may want to do this if you are using a custom page builder (which won't work on the default automatically created registration page), or for any other reason. 

To do this, simply create a normal WordPress Page, Post, or Custom Post Type where you would like the registration form to appear and then enter this shortcode onto the page:

[mepr-membership-registration-form id="123"]

Simply replace  123 with your own memberships unique ID (Where to find a Membership's ID?IMPORTANT: When using this, you'll most likely need to also enable the Global CSS option your Options > General of MemberPress to prevent errors from appearing on the form.

Editing the Membership Registration Page

The registration page can currently only be edited with Custom CSS or with custom page templates. For Custom CSS edits, we recommend  this plugin (additional fees may apply for pro features).

If you would simply like to add any content above or below your registration form on the page you can do so by using one our shortcodes:

For the default, or automatically created registration page: [mepr-membership-registration-form]

And for a manually created registration page: [mepr-membership-registration-form id="123"] Remember to replace 123 with your own memberships unique ID (Where to find a Membership's ID?IMPORTANT: When using this, you'll most likely need to also enable the Global CSS option your Options > General of MemberPress to prevent errors from appearing on the form.

Here is an example of how this might look, using the first shortcode as an example:

Linking to Your Membership Registration Page

To learn more on this topic, please visit  this page where the topic has been covered extensively.