January 7, 2013 at 10:36 pm #8288
Is it possible to customize the fields that appear in the registration form by membership type? My levels are significantly different and data from one level is not required in another. Everything I’m reading says there’s one form, hoping I’m not the only one seeking a more flexible solution.January 7, 2013 at 10:56 pm #52871PeterMember
This is currently not possible in eMember as explained by Admin here:
Another helpful post on this topic:January 10, 2013 at 5:27 am #52872
Thanx for the reply – I was afraid of that. I too would welcome this addition.
Would it be possible to configure one of the membership levels as an affiliate and the 2nd within eMember?
….. RickJanuary 10, 2013 at 11:23 pm #52873
Hi Rick, No the affiliate profile can’t used an a membership level unfortunately. We have received a few requests from users on having the option to create different form fields on a per membership level. This feature is a little complex to handle so we are working on an eMember addon to handle this. We should have this addon ready in about two week.January 11, 2013 at 3:56 am #52874
How do I integrate eMember and the Affiliate Platform. One of my “levels” will be an affiliate, the other will not.
….. RickJanuary 11, 2013 at 5:46 am #52875
Go to the following section:
WP eMember Settings -> WP Affiliate Platform Account Creation Settings
Now, look at the help text for the “Limit Account Creation to Particular Levels Only” field. That will allow you to automatically create affiliate account for members of particular membership level.January 11, 2013 at 5:59 am #52876
I want just the opposite of what you just said. Instead of having all members of a certain level automatically be affiliates, I want all my affiliates to automatically have access to the content of a certain membership level, some of which content will be the same as what’s available to some members who are not affiliates, some of which will be for affiliate eyes only. It sounds like you have most of the ingredients in the kitchen, we might just have to use a different recipe.January 11, 2013 at 7:10 am #52877
Hi Jerry, Simply treat the special content for the affiliates as normal content on your site and protect it accordingly giving access to it for all of your membership levels.
Lets say for example, you have the following page where you will put extra content for your affiliates:
Now, protect this page and allow access to it for all of your membership levels. This will make it so all the members who are also your affiliates have access to that content. Visitors who are not a member won’t have access to that content.January 11, 2013 at 7:44 am #52878
What you just described will work for members who are also affiliates, but, as I read what you wrote, any member could access it. I don’t want that.
In my model, neither affiliates nor members are complete subsets of each other. I’ll try to explain what I want another way.
First, I want affiliates to have their own content that is only available to affiliates, but not to members who are not affiliates.
Secondly, I want all affiliates to have access to the free members content automatically, but not be on the free members list, or have to join as free members.
Third, I also want premium membership levels with content that will not be available to affiliates unless the affiliate is also a member at that premium level.January 11, 2013 at 10:41 pm #52879
I see what you mean. There is no way to do that unfortunately.
Usually you configure the affiliate materials in the “Manage Ads” section of the affiliate plugin and then it will show up in the “Ads” section of the affiliate area. You can give your affiliates text links, image banners and creative copies. Also, affiliate material is usually considered free since you want as many user as possible to be your affiliate. So if you need to add extra affiliate material, you can simply create a WordPress page and place it there.January 12, 2013 at 12:17 am #52880
I actually don’t want as many people as possible to be affiliates. I want some exclusivity to it. I want people to apply to be affiliates, and their content protected.
What about giving affiliates automatic access to the free members area without them having to join? Is that doable?January 13, 2013 at 5:53 am #52881
No, there is no option to do that either.January 13, 2013 at 2:04 pm #52882
I figured out an easy way to do it once you have different registration pages for different membership levels (which you said is coming in a few weeks), and I will post the solution then.
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