Popular MemberSpace customizations
Here are the five most popular MemberSpace customizations.
1. White-labeling your domain
MemberSpace uses something called 3rd party cookies to recognize when your members are logged into your website (and therefore grant them access to your pages/content).
However, not all browsers treat 3rd party cookies the same and that can cause login issues for members. The best way to prevent this is to white-label your MemberSpace domain (here's how to do that).
2. Removing the default Login / Account button
By default, after you install MemberSpace on your site you'll see this Login / Account button appear in the bottom right hand corner on every page of your site.
If you don't want it, you can easily disable the button!
In MemberSpace, click Customize > Integrations > select your website builder (e.g. Squarespace, Wordpress, Webflow, etc.) and uncheck 'Display a floating Login / Account button': Now you'll no longer see the button on your site.
Afterwards you MUST add a Login / Account link elsewhere on your site otherwise your members won't have a way to login or view their account.
Right below the checkbox you unchecked, scroll down to Login / Account Popup and click Copy:Then add this link you just copied somewhere on your website (e.g. your top navigation, your footer, etc). Find your website's help doc here if you need more guidance.
3. Add a Create Account button to your Login forms
4. Edit your Member Emails
Your members will receive emails on your behalf (sent by MemberSpace) whenever they complete certain actions e.g. resetting their password, making a payment, etc. These emails can be viewed and edited in MemberSpace > Customize > Member Emails. Read our overview guide here.
5. Change your Look & Feel (e.g. button color)
The "Look & Feel" section allows you to change the color and style of the various forms your members see (e.g. login, signup, account, etc).
In MemberSpace click Customize > Look & Feel:
Here you will find all of the options you can utilize to style the various forms members will see.
On your screen you will see options for various views: Login, Account, Sign Up, & Payment:
You can then click on any individual element within the view to style it (on the left hand side):
If you scroll down a bit you will find the Custom CSS section on the left hand side where you can add extra styling not provided through our default styling options. For more information about adding custom CSS, please read this guide.
After any styling change, make sure to click the "Save changes" button:
If you want to remove a change prior to saving, click "Discard changes". Once you save any changes you would have to update the styling again to switch back to a previous design. The "Discard changes" button only removes changes that have not been saved.
If you click the "Reset to default" button, that will revert back to the default styling including any custom CSS you may have added.