The Wishlist Member plugin is a very popular WordPress membership plugin. It is a high quality plugin with a great deal of functionality to support building and maintaining a membership site. However, the plugin lacks overall support and doesn’t haven enough documented tutorials. The current documentation is available here this page).
The following short instructions were prepared from our own experience after building several WordPress solutions using the Wishlist Member plugin. These instructions may answer some of the basic questions developers using Wishlist may have about dealing with users. The following should cover the basics of using the WordPress Wishlist Member plugin.
Optimizing a WordPress site can be a tedious process that involves improving the overall performance in a few optimization cycles. As WordPress plugin developers, we have dealt with several sites which included a large scale database with many installed WordPress plugins, and have managed to improve their performance as measured by the GTmetrix level.
After we were done, the overall rating had jumped from D to E or A to B. This was also reflected in the time it took to load the website, which we view as one of the most important metrics in the optimization process. Basically, any optimization will improve your site speed, but the more different tacos you use increases your chances of improving site speed exponentially.