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BuddyPress Membership Sites

  • cameronbaney



    I am in the middle of creating a site powered with BuddyPress right now. Before I have my developer create a way for memberships, I was wondering if there are other ways. I have been looking through these forums, but all of the membership topics went unresolved.

    I did find WordPress plugins like Wishlist and MemberWing. Has anyone had any success using these plugins?

    My main objectives are requiring users to pay, and having a few different levels of memberships.

    Thanks, guys. All of your help is appreciated.

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  • necati


    I have a wishlist member plugin license that I am planning on using on a wpmu site. When I contacted wishlist asking if that plugin was compatible, they had told me that it wasn’t tested but they thought it would work just fine.

    I can give you more concrete feedback in a week or so.

    Other than this, unless you are interested in restricting BP-specific pages to different membership levels, you are really looking for a wpmu solution. This wpmu-dev plugin claims to do that.



    I’m looking for something that takes credit cards like gigaom.. let me know more about your specific plans for membership.



    YourMembers plugin with some hacks worked.

    Craig Sunney


    Wondering if anyone made progress integrating elements of Buddy press with Wishlist member. I have a single install of Worpress with pretty complex protection to content run by WLM (wishlist member). So we chose that functionality…and now would like to wrap some community around it.

    We chose this last year prior to Buddy press being around. We also chose build on WPMU since multiple blogs were not needed now, and we are hoping the WP3.0 convergence will be a real one…and not end up being like Joomla was with 1.2 and 1.5


    EDIT: Promising thread here:

    Andrea Rennick


    “we are hoping the WP3.0 convergence will be a real one…”

    I can assure you, it is a “real” one. All of the functionality of MU is retained in 3.0. you know you can get a beta version,. right?

    As to if it works better with wp wishlist…. like I said, the functionality is the same. The merging will force the plugins devs to account for the network of sites being enabled.



    This plugin (s2Member) now has Buddypress support. Haven’t tested it yet, but it looks very promising.

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