November 2014 Insider Bonus: Membership Graphics Pack

We have a very special bonus for Insiders this month!

The November 2014 Insider Bonus is a set of useful Membership Graphics that our team has created especially for the WishList Insider community.

We have put together a package of Membership Graphics that you can download and start using through out your site right now.  There are a number of different graphics to choose from so we invite you to check them out.

Keep reading for more info and a link to download the Membership Graphics!

The ability to grab the attention of your members through the use of graphics is important.

An image can quickly convey a message that otherwise may be missed.

Please use the button below to access the page containing the November 2014 Insider Bonus: Membership Graphics Pack.



  1. What a great Bonus!!!

    Can I modify images to Hebrew?

  2. Alexandre Terrier says:

    I’ll take the risk to look dumb but… how do I use this? I downloaded the graphics pack, now what?

    • Wray says:

      Alexandre Terrier No problem 🙂

      The Membership Graphics Pack is full of image files. There is a PDF file included that you can look at to see examples of the includes files.

      The graphics within that pack can be used through out your membership site. You will see images for “Members Only”, “Login Now”, etc.

      There is also a PSD file for the graphics so that you (or a designer) could adjust them.

  3. Barbara Phillips says:

    Thank you!

  4. Hi, this may be one of the best bonuses ever… But, I’m using Photoshop CS2 and therefore cannot open the PSD files for editing!

    Can you please save those with backwards compatibility for older versions? That would really help. Let me know when they are updated. In Photoshop when you Save, you have an option to Save With Legacy (or something like that).

    Otherwise anyone with older versions of PS will never be able to open those files.


    • Andy Traub says:

      I know this is a lame solution but have you tried Pixelmator? It’s a mac only program i think but it’s about $30 and it’s really powerful. I use it instead of Photoshop. Not as powerful but still helpful for a bit more than basic photo work.

    • Wray says:

      Brett Simpson We have now updated the graphics pack to include extra compatible PSD files as well as layered TIFF files.

      If you download it now you should have those extra files. Hope that helps!

      Thanks to Andy Traub for the suggestion for editing as well 🙂

  5. Wray, thanks BUT, those do not open either in Photoshop CS2, all I get is ‘Unknown data has been encountered reading layer “Shape 3” and will be discarded. Continue?

    The only options here are: Ok, Cancel, Read Composite Data, and if I Ok, I get tons more messages like these, until I’m done, then nothing loads. If I choose Read Composite Data, it acts like it’s reading the file, with no more messages, but nothing loads.

    I also then get a Red X alert: “Could not complete your request because the file is not compatible with your version of Photoshop.”

    The TIFF files also do not load into layers in Photoshop CS2, so basically these files are not in a usable layered format.

    Did you test this on CS2, or know someone that can? It’s really annoying as I want to use these images, whomever you have save them, does not know how to Save them properly for legacy versions of Photoshop!

    Let me know when they’re updated again, right now they are unusable to me.


    • Wray says:

      Brett Simpson I spoke about this with the team and we looked into other options but we were unable to update the files more. The program you mentioned that you are using (CS2) is about 10 or more years old so we had some issues trying to make all the files compatible.

      One of the team members suggested that you try using the open source program named GIMP as they thought that would help.

      We hope this helps to explain 🙂

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