January 14, 2010 at 6:00 am #657hermediaMember
IS there some way to add additional profile fields in the registration page based on the membership type ?
ie i have three membership types and I want each to answer a few different questions when registering.January 14, 2010 at 10:49 pm #17244
There is not straight forward way to do this. The reason is that every field need to be stored in the database and different people want different fields (we have no way of knowing this beforehand).
Adding fields in the profile page needs a bit of PHP and HTML knowledge. If you have that knowledge then you should be able to copy on of the existing fields and add as you need just don’t forget to create the corresponding database table column to store that value (you will need to look at the “eMember_install.php” file for this).January 19, 2010 at 9:10 am #17245giopeeeMember
I am a buyer of your plugin, meanwhile congratulations are fabulous!
I have a problem with emember:
I bought a plugin for the gradual release of the post, only that this only works with those who sign up for membership via the classical form of wordpress! By registering with the form emember the plugin does not distribute content graduated!
How can I do? I would not change plugin membership! there a way to combine the two plugins? You can make form emember classics like wordpress? Hopefully the plugin is this:
Thank you very muchJanuary 19, 2010 at 11:31 am #17246
You can allow “WordPress User Integration” from the settings menu of the eMember plugin. When you enable this feature the members of eMember plugin also becomes a user of the WordPress too (same as if you just signed up using the wordpress registration form)February 24, 2010 at 3:33 pm #17247
I know I’m really, really new at this whole wordpress/php thing, but I am unable to get a registration page. If and when I do, is it going to look like the default WP-Admin?February 24, 2010 at 5:59 pm #17248TinkBDMember
Hi Alexander – I am not exactly sure what you are asking, but I’ll try to answer anyway.
The Registration Page is a WordPress PAGE that you create using the Page/Add New option in the WordPress Admin Area, on the left side, running vertically down the Admin area.
As a WP Page, it will look like the rest of the public side of your WordPress site (not the Admin part of your WordPress site), based on the Theme you are using.
You will add the short code
to create the sign up form. Put the short code where you want the signup to appear.
On one of my sites, the Registration page says:
XXXXXXX.com is the place to find the Tools, Information, and Resources YOU need to make the right decisions for YOUR business.
Join us for access to these Valuable Resources.
To join as a Premier Member, click here.
To join us as a Basic Level member, our Free Option, please fill out the form directly below:
TinkFebruary 24, 2010 at 10:14 pm #17249
Ok, Believe it or not I did that once before and nothing happened. (“directory not configured” or something simmilar was in place of the form.) I did not enter any text and I may not have had the back-end set up enough yet?! dunno… but I did it again and wham-o it is there! woo-hoo! Thank you!
>Important Content Control<
How do I control who is allowed to register for specific membership levels. I would like any person to submit, but I wish to have total contol over my visitors and clients. I intend to have sensitive information for my clients and society members (Skull and Bones type stuff…? (Not Really but Similar))February 24, 2010 at 10:16 pm #17250
I wish to approve them via check box or something before they are allowed access, versus Instantly.March 19, 2010 at 4:51 pm #17251Michael OeserMember
So I understand that there is no easy way to add additional fields to the registration form and store them in the backend.
Are there any plans to add such a functionality?March 20, 2010 at 12:39 am #17252
The problem with this is that when creating the database table you need to specify the column names that you want to create. How can we specify the additional column names when we don’t know what they are?
We are trying to see if there is any way to accommodate this. As soon as we can find a way we will add this option.September 17, 2010 at 1:29 am #17253
Which php files need changing to add a field and make sure the database adds a column. So far I have added this and it doesn’t show on the registration page:
<td>Postal Code*: </td>
<td><input type=”text” name=”apostalcode” size=20 value=”<?=$_POST?>” class=”required”></td>
in 2 places
postal_code varchar(64) NOT NULL,September 17, 2010 at 8:34 am #17254
The field postal code/Zip should already be there so you don’t need to manually add it.
What am I missing?September 17, 2010 at 10:42 am #17255
When I display this in page…
There is no postal code field.
I want people to add postal code when they register. So I went through some of the php files. I added the code as above in those two files but it doesn’t display and I don’t know if it is storing it in a database. Can you give me a step by step to add the postal code field to the [wp_eMember_registration_form:end] including checking the database. Many Thanks!September 18, 2010 at 1:09 am #17256
What version of the plugin are you using?
Postal code should definitely be there (It will probably say something like “Zip Code”).September 18, 2010 at 7:54 am #17257
I’m using v5.4.5
Plesae see this pic there is no zipcode in the Registration form
Can you give me a step by step to add the postal code field to the [wp_eMember_registration_form:end] including checking the database to see if it is adding postal code data.
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