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About third-party plugins
Updated over a week ago

What is a plugin and how does Member Splash use them?

A plugin is a piece of software used to extend the functionality by adding custom features or tools to Member Splash account websites. Below, we're highlighting some of the plugins we use by third-party developers.

What plugins are not featured with Member Splash?

  • SEO - Although we do not currently offer an SEO plugin option, Wordpress has great SEO right out of the box and takes care of 80-90 percent of the mechanics of SEO for you. All of our templates are optimized for search engines, which means they are designed to make it easy for the search engines to crawl through them and discover all the content.

  • Analytics - We do not currently offer a plugin option but can add your Google Analytics ID to your site by request.

Scope of Support

Our support for third-party plugins is focused on ruling out Membersplash platform issues as the cause of any reported problems. While we strive to provide a seamless experience with various plugins, our support is limited to ensuring compatibility with the Membersplash platform. We have undertaken extensive efforts to optimize the integration and functionality of third-party plugins within our framework. It's important to note that, although we do our best to ensure smooth operation, we cannot always guarantee that third-party plugins will work perfectly. Our commitment is to make sure your experience with Membersplash is as positive as possible, and we are dedicated to addressing any issues related to our platform to enhance your overall satisfaction.


While we make every effort to minimize compatibility issues, security vulnerabilities, or performance concerns, we cannot provide an absolute guarantee regarding the safety or effectiveness of third-party plugins. As a result, we shall not be held liable for any adverse effects they may have on the user’s system. If any indications of difficulties with a third-party plugin arise, we may, at our discretion, remove it, as resolving the issue might not always be feasible. Users are encouraged to exercise caution and consider the potential risks associated with using third-party plugins.

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