Tagged: registration form
September 22, 2010 at 1:22 am #1895
I have a few problems I am wrestling with:
1. “Fancy” login – I have it enabled in the admin area, but there is nothing fancy about it, what shortcode should I be using?
2. Forgot password link does not work in login box on page or in widget, clicking the link does nothing.
3. I want to sell digital products and member subscriptions on site. When I buy a product or a subscription it uses the same “thank you” page – which is confusing for the customer as I will have to use a lot of test to explain the two purchase processes. Can different thank you pages be used?September 22, 2010 at 4:11 am #24649
Fancy Login doesn’t change the existing login in the widget. It makes it so when you click on the “login” link from your posts and pages it popsup the login screen rather than redirecting you to the login page. Click on the “login” link from this demo page to see how it works:
Please post a link to the page where you have the “login” widget. Which version of eMember and WordPress are you using?
You can make “Buy Now” and “Subscription” buttons where each button can have a separate “Thank You” page. See the “Buy Now and Subscription specific settings” section for that product.September 22, 2010 at 10:58 am #24650
I am using WP3.01 and the latest versions of your plugins, as they were purchased yesterday. You can see widget on my homepage: http://www.linkbuildersbible.com/September 23, 2010 at 2:51 am #24651
Thanks for the link. Lets test to make sure that it is not coming from your theme as it seems to have a lot of HTML coding violations:
Please do the quick theme testing explained on this post and let me know the result:September 23, 2010 at 9:06 am #24652
Ok, its my theme
Looking at the validation errors its all the usual stuff about breaks and html etc, so I’m not sure any of that would conflict.
Could you point me to my options to try to get it working with this theme , what the likely cause is? Or how I can implement the password reminder without using a js pop-up?
JasonSeptember 24, 2010 at 12:25 am #24653
We have requested site access for your issue on this thread and will take care of it when we take a look:October 3, 2010 at 1:58 am #24654
Update on the problem, The theme was loading an older version of JQuery in it’s header.
WordPress ships with the latest version of JQuery and every plugin and theme developer should use this JQuery rather than including their own version.
WordPress has nice guidelines on how to include JQuery in your plugin or theme:
Another related post on this topic:June 19, 2014 at 6:48 pm #24655FredMember
I am completely confused and baffled. I worked my way through the video tutorials pausing to complete the action described. I also checked and found a couple of forum assists on minor issues. However, I am at a loss on setup and getting a registration form.
I have the form fields enabled and checked to show.
I checked to make certain the registration page is provided in the settings.
I copied the code and pasted in text tab of page [wp_eMember_registration].
I just simply do not know what else to do.
Any and all help will be greatly appreciated!
fredJune 20, 2014 at 12:36 am #24656adminKeymaster
Hi Fred, I have sent you an email so I can get a good idea of where you are stuck. That way I will be able to explain things better.
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