Global Settings – MemberPress

MemberPress Global Settings1

Login form button style

You can change the style of social buttons for the MemberPress login form.

Login layout

You can change the layout of social login the MemberPress login form.

Sign Up form
  • No Connect button in Sign Up form: The social connect buttons are not shown at the MemberPress Memberships form
  • Connect button on Action: The social connect buttons show up where the mepr-checkout-before-submit action is used.

MemberPress Global Settings2

Sign Up form button style

You can change the style of social buttons for the MemberPress Memberships form.

Sign Up layout

You can change the layout of social login the MemberPress Memberships form.

Account details

You can enable the login buttons at the MemberPress account details page where the mepr_account_home action is used.

Button alignment

You can use this setting to position the social buttons in MemberPress forms to left, center or right.
-Available since: 3.0.15

Common misconceptions

MemberPress Membership status

We are using the default WordPress registration and user management. Currently we don’t have a custom integration or user management codes for MemberPress – MemberShip status itself. This means, users registered with Social Login won’t have any custom Membership permissions granted, they will behave as users registered via the default login at the /wp-login.php page.

In Nextend Social Login – Pro Addon, each provider has a setting called “Default roles for user who registered with this provider”, that can be used to set a custom role for users registered with a provider like Facebook. So if you don’t want to grant permission for specific content for a user with insufficient roles, you will need to create a custom role with specific permissions and assign that role to the user via our setting.