Manage membership data through your website with Admidio


Admidio proves to be clear and relatively easy-to-adapt software for membership management in associations. It is relatively easy to integrate plugins, modules, or the complete interface into an existing website. For standard modules, this should even be possible for users who are less familiar with working with HTML files. Integrating the plugins, however, requires a bit of background knowledge. The documentation provides numerous notes and aids, and there is also an active forum.


  1. Download Admidio: (in German)
  2. List of modules and associated parameters: (in German)
  3. WordPress plugin for Admidio events:

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