- Fixed: Facebook Login not working
- Fixed: PayPal Payment not working
- Fixed: Facebook Login not working
- Fixed: PayPal Payment not working
- Maintenance Release
- Fixed: WordPress 4.8 compatibility
- Fixed: Facebook login
- New: Integrated PDT (Payment Data Transfer) which allows instant payment notification for periodic pass
- Fixed: Show social login, only if API settings are available
- Fixed: User Profile : Expire field not working
- Updated: Google OAuth integrated
- Updated: Social Login - Enable selected login out of Facebook, Twitter, Google
- Add day, month, year choices to Daily Pass. Changed name to Period Pass
- Add day, month, year choices to Subscriptions.
- Record user id if logged in for one time payments.
- Added new WPMUDEV dashboard.
- Added Registration link for Wordpress login
- Fixed problems with Twitter API 1.1 changes.
- New version of twitteroauth library
- For subscriptions the Wordpress login is always enabled now even if API is unchecked.
- Bumped version number because of damaged zip in previous version.
- Fixed confirm button double press problem. Missing exit on wp_redirect.
- Added proper escaping to SQL
- Broke out ChangeLog.txt
- Standardized language file
- Transaction date fixed
- Long post titles are not creating 10001 PayPal error now
- New admin warning if default permalink structure is used
- In automatic mode, pending transactions are also accepted now. In this case admin is noticed with an email
- Fixed an issue when cookie validity time is set as zero
- Translation base file is now presented as ppw.pot
- New template function to be used for html codes, e.g. a video embed code
- More php notices fixed
- ajaxurl is now called at the correct location
- Customization Instructions has been moved to its submenu page
- Cookie validity time is now adjustable
- Display on home page with multiple posts behaviour changed
- Possibility to have a custom css file outside the plugin directory added
- Several php notices fixed
- Broken tags in Automatic method are now automatically repaired
- Now css and js files are only loaded to the related pages
- Amount to be paid for One Time View is now visible on PayPal website
- Google+ login added
- Fixed issue in Paypal Express when a non USD currency is selected
- Added support for custom post types
- Removed line feeds that cause problems in poedit translation
- V1.1.0: Fixed a bug in DELETE mysql command
- Fixed a bug when pages/posts are globally disabled and individually enabled
- Included admin_notices method to warn admin when API login is not set
- V1.0: Initial release
- Initial Release
- One-time payment or recurring subscriptions
- Add a simple paywall to your content
- Includes PayPal integration
- For posts, partial posts, video, audio, and files
- Simple social signup and login
- Transaction manager
Pay Per View lets you sell your digital content with one-time, per-post, pay-period and subscription payment options.
Monetize your content with one of the simplest tools for selling news, articles, tutorials, videos, audio clips, ebooks and anything else you can dream up.
Link and Go
Pay Per View automatically adjusts to fit your theme, offers a single configuration page for fast setup and can be custom styled for complete integration.
Just link your PayPal account and you’re ready to start charging users for access.
Setup Couldn’t be Easier
Sell digital content without having to set up a shopping cart or membership site.
Simply install and activate Pay Per View and a shortcode generator will appear in the Visual Editor for your pages and posts.
Use Social Login
Make it easy for users to register by allowing them to signup using their favorite social network credentials.
Add one-click signup with Facebook, Twitter, Google and WordPress.com credentials.
To Get Started
Configuring the Settings
Once installed and activated, you’ll see a new menu item in your WordPress Dashboard: Pay Per View
After clicking ‘Pay Per View’ go to the ‘General Settings’ to get your Plugin set up.
6. Once you’ve completed your General Settings (which should be straight forward), you can move on to create your first post, using the Pay Per View Plugin functionality.
When creating a new post or page, there will be a new tool in your editor: The Pay Per View Selection Tool
This button is for adding Pay Per View protection to the current selected content. Upon clicking, there will be a Pay Per View pop up window that will allow you to set a brief description of the selected content, and set your price as well.
Pay Per View also has some unique options in the sidebar when creating a new page or post.
1. Enabled: Selects if Pay Per View is enabled for this post or not. If ‘Follow global setting’ is selected, General Setting page selection will be valid. ‘Always enabled’ and ‘Always disabled’ selections will enable or disable Pay Per View for this post, respectively, overriding general setting.
2. Method: Selects the content protection method for this post. If ‘Follow global setting’ is selected, method selected in General Settings page will be applied. If you want to override general settings, select one of the other methods. With ‘Use Selection Tool’ you need to select each content using the icon on the editor tool bar. For other methods refer to the settings page.
3. Excerpt length: If you want to override the number of words that will be used as an excerpt for the unprotected content, enter it here. Please note that this value is only used when Automatic Excerpt method is applied to the post.
4. Price (USD): If you want to override the default price to reveal this post/page, enter it here. This value is NOT used when Selection Tool method is applied to the post.
There we have it! Click ‘Publish’ and view the final result:
Final result when using the WPMU DEV Network Theme
Final result when using the WordPress Twenty Eleven Theme
Using Pay-per-view Directly In Your Templates
If you want to protect content that is outside of the post content (in a custom field, for example) then you can use the template function wpmudev_ppw_html.
This function replaces the HTML with payment buttons, revealing the content only when payment is confirmed.
For example, the following code snippet, when added to a theme template, hides a YouTube video until the $1.50 PPV fee has been paid:
Note: The content is always protected regardless of the PPV settings for the page or post.
Pay Per View is covered by the WPMU DEV Guarantee
We guarantee that...
- Pay Per View will work as advertised
- You will receive 24/7 365 expert support for any problem
- If you cancel your FREE trial, you can keep Pay Per View
- Pay Per View is secure, always updated and well coded
Money back guarantee!
While you have 30 days, no obligations risk-free trial of WPMU DEV if you become a paid member and are dissatisfied with any of the above we'll refund you, no questions asked.
Pay Per View Does a Ton
Start making money from your premium content.
- Paywall for posts
- Paywall for pages
- Paywall for custom post types
- Predefine excerpt
- Pay for site wide access
- Period passes
- Recurring subscription options
- Facebook signup and login
- Twitter signup and login
- Google signup and login
- WordPress.com login
- PayPal Express checkout
- Simple styling for PayPal
- Transaction management
- Styling adjusts to fit your theme
- Build paywalls into your theme
- In-post content paywall
- Video file paywall
- Audio file paywall
- eBook paywall