We’re using the shortcodes to wrap our 4 membership levels in one dropdown form here: https://fallbrookgardenclub.org/membership/ That works great, except that we have an older audience and many of them are not realizing there is a dropdown with four options and are choosing the default option which is yearly recurring charge because they’re not reading the explanation at the top of the page. Is there any way to make these radio buttons or check boxes instead of dropdown so they have to choose one before they can proceed?
You can create your own button list and point each button to a specific subscription level.
Create a “subscribe” page and place your
[s2Member-Pro-Stripe-Form]...[/s2Member-Pro-Stripe-Form] on that page.
Create a “Pricing” page where you put your custom button list using the following convention:
<a href="https://vmstudygroup.com/subscribe/?s2p-option=1" target="_blank">Subscribe to option1</a> <a href="https://vmstudygroup.com/subscribe/?s2p-option=2" target="_blank">Subscribe to option2</a>
When the person clicks the respective link on your “Pricing” page they go to your subscribe page and the payment shortcode dropdown menu will be set to that level (the
[s2Member-Pro-Stripe-Form] looks for the
?s2p-option parameter passed into the page that the shortcode is on ).
Thanks Tim. That worked.