How Do I Use Memberstack on Webflow?

Memberstack is a powerful tool that allows you to create membership sites and manage user access on your Webflow website. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the process of using Memberstack on Webflow.

To get started, you need to have a Webflow account and a Memberstack account. If you don’t have them already, make sure to sign up for both services.

Step 1: Install the Memberstack code snippet on your Webflow website.

To use Memberstack, you need to add their code snippet to your website. Don’t worry; it’s an easy process. Follow these steps:

  • Login to your Webflow account.
  • Select the project where you want to use Memberstack.
  • Click on the “Project Settings” button located in the left sidebar.
  • In the settings menu, click on the “Custom Code” tab.
  • Paste the Memberstack code snippet just before the closing tag.

Step 2: Set up your membership plans and pages in Memberstack.

Once you have installed the code snippet, it’s time to create membership plans and pages for your users. Here’s how:

  • Login to your Memberstack account.
  • Navigate to the “Membership Plans” section.
  • Create different plans based on your requirements (e.g., free plan, premium plan).
  • Add details like pricing, features, and restrictions for each plan.
  • Create login/signup pages or modify existing ones in the “Site Editor” section of Memberstack.

Now that you have set up your membership plans and pages let’s move on to integrating them into your Webflow site.

Step 3: Connect your Webflow elements to Memberstack.

Memberstack works by associating Webflow elements with membership plans. This association allows you to control user access based on their membership level. Here’s how you do it:

  • Add an HTML attribute called “ms-membership” to any element you want to protect.
  • Set the attribute value to the membership plan ID (e., ms-membership=”free-plan”).
  • Use conditional visibility settings in Webflow or custom code to hide/show content based on the user’s membership status.

Step 4: Customize the member experience.

Memberstack provides various customization options to enhance the member experience on your website. Here are a few things you can do:

  • Add custom signup and login forms using Memberstack’s API.
  • Create custom fields for user profiles.
  • Redirect users to specific pages after they sign up or log in.

With these customization options, you can tailor the member experience according to your website’s needs.

Troubleshooting Common Issues

If you encounter any issues while setting up Memberstack on Webflow, here are some common troubleshooting steps:

1. Code placement:

Make sure you have placed the Memberstack code snippet just before the closing tag in your Webflow project settings.

2. Attribute value:

Double-check that the value of the “ms-membership” attribute matches the correct membership plan ID in Memberstack.

3. Publish changes:

Remember to publish your changes in both Webflow and Memberstack for them to take effect on your live website.

In Conclusion

Using Memberstack on Webflow can unlock a whole new set of possibilities for your website. With its seamless integration and powerful features, you can create and manage membership sites effortlessly.

Follow the steps mentioned in this tutorial to get started with Memberstack on Webflow, and don’t forget to explore their documentation for more advanced functionalities. Happy building!