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i use PMP with Woocommerce Subscritpions and i want to create a price table with your grimlock widget. How can i set the colors to make it more beautiful? (Like a frameborders when scrolling over a product, setting font colours and its formats INSIDE the tables, etc.)?
Thank you.December 15, 2019 at 22:32 #8894
I don’t recommend using PMP and WC Subscriptions as they have the same purpose. Each allows you to charge users, implement recurring payments and restrict content or areas of your website that will only be displayed to premium members.
However, it’s also easier to create pricing table with Paid Memberships Pro. Furthermore, Plenty of PMPro add-ons are available on the author website to go further if necessary, including one for BuddyPress restrictions:
To know precisely which features will be restricted from your BuddyPress website, it’s best if you ask directly to the plugin authors.
They will be more informed and better suited to help you:
Best,December 16, 2019 at 17:51 #8906
yes, i know they work both the same way. But i red a lot about PMP and there is a way to use them both. The reason i need to do that is because PMP has bad or less payment gateways – woocommerce has more stuff to choose. I tried Woocommerce Memberships + Subscriptions but their Membership Plugin don’t communicate with Buddypress. So i combined both to get the best of each from them (PMP for Buddypress Integration and WC Subscriptions for payment). But thank your for your friendly advise. 🙂
I created a nice Price table with Elementor Pro. That helped me out. So i got another question.
I use a lot Plugins so i will clean it up a little bit.
Do i really need your Plugins:
– Grimlock for WooCommerce Subscriptions
– Grimlock for WooCommerce
I dont like creating widgetized pages i prefer Elementor so i think i don’t need this to plugins anymore or would you recommend to let in there?
Thank you 🙂December 17, 2019 at 00:05 #8911
You’re welcome. I’m glad to read that you’ve been able to work this out!
Yes, I recommend using our plugins as they’re not only adding widgets, they also make sure all theme options are applied to WooCommerce or WooCommerce Subscriptions elements. 🙂
Furthermore, these plugins are fairly lightweight and don’t interfere much with pages loading time.
Cheers,December 18, 2019 at 10:47 #8936
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