MemberPress in Bricks

Updated on 25 Jul 2023

MemberPress is one of the most popular and comprehensive membership plugins for WordPress and this is what we use here at BricksLabs and our other membership sites to create membership plans, take payments and serve protected content to paying members.

This Pro tutorial aims to be a useful resource for using MemberPress in Bricks sites.

What's covered:

  • Render elements that have a class of members-only only to members that have a specific membership or memberships.
  • Setting up including styling the Login and Account pages
  • Custom condition to render elements based on membership ID(s)
  • Making the sign-up forms on a custom membership page like our membership page work properly (coming soon)

Render elements that have a class of members-only only to members that have a specific membership or memberships

Content from the block editor is automatically protected by MemberPress.

If your Page Bricks template is set to also show Bricks content (as it should), note that out of the box it will be visible to everyone and not just to the members that should have access to it per one or more MemberPress rules.

After adding the following code, you could simply add members-only class for any element at its STYLE → CSS → CSS classes and that element will be output only for members that are set to have access to this Page.

Add the following in child theme's functions.php (w/o the opening PHP tag) or a code snippets plugin:

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