Tagged: photo seller
March 9, 2015 at 4:00 pm #12330
here is the scenario:
photo seller + eMember.
1. eMember logged (it’s included as a wordpress user as well)
2. added a few photos to cart
3. when the logged eMember goes to checkout page, the user is required again to fill up
name, email.. (payment method manual)
how to make to retrieve the info from his details already included as eMember?March 9, 2015 at 10:58 pm #69031PeterMember
Thanks for the suggestion. We haven’t as yet integrated eMember with the photo seller. We will look into how much work is involved and see what we can do.March 10, 2015 at 2:10 am #69032
tks for your reply
does the eStore give me ability to have this integration, plus sell photos (display galleries and images with an add to cart button), have an user account with historic of purchases (like a dashboard for users)?March 10, 2015 at 3:10 am #69033PeterMember
does the eStore give me ability to have this integration, plus sell photos (display galleries and images with an add to cart button)
eStore has a totally different set of functional features which focus on the sale of general digital and/or physical goods. It doesn’t have the specialised feature set of the photo seller plugin which is designed specifically for the sale of photographs (both digital/physical).March 10, 2015 at 3:30 am #69034
Will you be charging users for a membership account? Or will you just be using emember to manage user accounts (free accounts) just so only logged in users can buy your photos?March 10, 2015 at 5:01 am #69035
I am planning to have both functionalities.
1. Memberships would have different levels some would be able to get the photos free of charge and others just paying a small fee.
2. The orders would be available in their accounts.
3. Yes, only logged users would be able to buy photos.
tksMarch 10, 2015 at 10:49 pm #69036
You should be able to do 1 and 3 right now. We will look into adding a feature for the 2nd option.
Allow the free membership option. Also, hook a paypal button to accept money for the membership account on your site:
You can edit each gallery page and apply content protection according to what you want for each level.
Lets say, you want the premium members to be able to download the photos for free. You can create a gallery where you will offer the photos for free download. Then protect this gallery page for premium members (so only they can view and interact with that gallery and download the items free).
You can then create another gallery where you will charge for the photos. Protect that gallery page for free membership level so they can view that page and buy the photos.March 11, 2015 at 8:09 am #69037
tks for your replies.
this customization would be easy if we were using a small number of galleries, let’s say 5 galleries then I would have 3 levels of membership times 5 galleries = 15. In my case I will have at least 100 galleries.
Which files are responsible to render the galleries? Then I could have a look and make my own tweaks or if you have another suggestion to share that would be great
cheersMarch 12, 2015 at 1:39 am #69038
If you tell me the template you are using then I can tell you which file to modify. Which gallery template are you using?
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