Quick question, I want to create multiple websites (different subdomains) with different membership options.
The pricing page shows that you pay for the ‘total number of members under your account’, is it correct to say that I then only need one membership (depending on # of members) for multiple websites?
Thanks in advance.
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Thanks for clarifying here. Each member database (what we call a website) will need its own paid account. If your subdomains share the same user base you can get by with a single paid account. However, there are some limitation you’ll want to keep in mind…
Hey Melanie, you’re exactly right
If you add the same script to 2 different “sites” then a member can log into both without a problem.
There are a few potential draw backs though:
You’re correct that you can’t test both sites at once.
You’ll need to match the file structure/names on both sites
If a member logs into one site and clicks through to the other site they will appear logged out because each site is unaware of the other. If they log into the new site they will essentially hav…