Using Memberstack 2.0? There is an updated version of this article here.
Available links and attributes to make your site look and feel like a web app.
About this article:
Difficulty level: Easy - information based
Technical background needed: Beginner - information based
Estimated read time: 2 mins
What and Why?
Memberstack integrates with your website via links and/or data attributes. This article lists all available links and attributes and explains each one's purpose.
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Signup & upgrade links
A new signup link is dynamically generated when you create a new Membership. By default, this link will launch the signup modal. However, it also acts as a downgrade and upgrade link for returning members.
This link launches the login modal. Learn more →
Profile modal link
Launch the member profile modal. This link is only visible to members. Learn more.
Hide a link to members-only content
Add the following code to links to members-only content. You can find the contentID on your Memberships page after you create a membership with members-only content. Note: Adding a ! before the contentID will invert the links visibility.
Password reset link
Launch the password reset modal. See it in action →
Automatically logs a member out of their current session. Only visible for members.
Hide a link from active members
Links with this code are only visible to new users who don't have an account. Add this to the end of a link.
Note: Data attributes are only supported by a few website builders. If your site builder doesn't allow you to add attributes, see above for some equivalent links.
Attributes to hide/edit site content
Will replace the text of an element with the user data you specify when placed on a contact form, div, span, link, or image.
Tag an element as members-only content. Add the following attribute to members-only content. You can find the contentID on your Memberships page after you create a membership with members-only content.
Hide content from all active members.
Hide content from all non-members.
Forms and input field attributes
Will collect, display, or update members' data when placed on an input (field) inside of a Memberstack form.
Will replace the text of an element with the member id when placed on a contact form, div, span, link, or image.
Specifies what form you would like to use as a signup form.
Specifies what membership you would like to use on a signup form. This is in addition to the data-ms-form="signup" on the form element.
Specifies what form you would like to use as a login form.
Collect or update user info to store in Memberstack.
Note: You can only update custom fields with this attribute. Member email and passwords must be updated in Memberstack's profile modal instead.
Keywords: links, attributes, profile, modal, login, logout, profile, signup, content, member, reset, field, upgrade
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