December 6, 2012 at 5:22 am #8091
How do I remove the bookmark feature from showing up in the blog posts page on the home page. It is interfering with the look of the site and I would like to only use this feature on the full post. I was able to make it disappear with CSS but there is a gap there now where the bookmarking icon used to be and it is making the paragraphs look all strange.December 8, 2012 at 7:35 am #52127
We have added a new feature that will allow you to disable the bookmarks home page and category page of your WP Site. Please get a new build of the eMember and go to the bookmarking settings area to configure it:December 10, 2012 at 4:33 am #52128
Thank you for this, it is very helpful.
Another useful feature would be to disable the bookmark from showing to users who are not logged-in. An option in the control panel such as “Show bookmark feature ONLY to users who are logged-in”. That way guests don’t have to see it. Or you could enable the bookmark feature by level and site owners could use that as an incentive for “gold members” or other membership levels. And hide it for “guests”.
Also, I noticed that if there are no bookmarks and the member visits their bookmark page, they see a blank box with “remove” underneath it. This is confusing for people. There should be some text in the box that says something like: “You do not have any bookmarks currently. Please add some, then revisit this page.” (and the remove button should not be showing).
This is a great feature and is something that none of the other membership platforms have, so this is very valuable and a big selling point. Helps to make our membership sites better and more user friendly!December 11, 2012 at 11:08 pm #52129
We have added an option to show the bookmarks to logged in members only. If you download a new copy of eMember, you will get it.December 12, 2012 at 12:38 am #52130
Hi, it doesn’t seem to be working. I downloaded and installed the new plugin and now what’s happening is the bookmark disappears entirely, even for logged-in members. I double-checked the settings and both boxes were checked: (enable bookmarks and show only to logged in users). I also cleared the browser cache and the cache on the host server. Somehow the system isn’t recognizing the person being logged in so it can show the bookmark.
The member account I am using was one that I had created in the emember control panel last week (not a signup through the registration form). Then I noticed the wordpress account wasn’t automatically created when I hand-created this member (even though I had that option turned on). So I had the emember system create a wordpress account for this user, last week. Not sure if this has anything to do with the bookmark not showing up for a logged-in user but figured I would mention it.
This is a great function to have if it can be working correctly. No other membership plugin offers this. Hope you can get it to work!December 13, 2012 at 1:46 am #52131
This has been fixed.
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