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If you don’t snap out of the mindset of how wishlist works you are going to continue to struggle. Remember, eMember does not use the same WordPress users table like wishlist does (without going too much into details… we don’t think touching the core WordPress database tables is a good practice)
With that said, it is really simple to get that same functionality in eMember… you import your WordPress admin user to eMember (You can do this from import WP User tab). Do the following:
1. Create a special membership level in eMember called “Admin Level” (you can obviously name it anything you like). Give this level the role “Admin” and it will have admin privilege for all WordPress stuff.
2. Now go to Import WP user tab and import your admin user to eMember’s “Admin Level” that you created.
That’s all.. now your user will have the WP admin role. Yes, it takes an extra step for you to do that admin thing but this model has other benefits.
Updated the function name to correct the typo. So now the function name is:
That would be the issue. The plugins are tuned for the latest version of WordPress (like I said WordPress did a change of user role permission stuff in 3.0). This doesnt’ mean that you can’t use the plugin anymore for WP 2.9.2 but before we go there I have a question for you… do you have any reason to still use that old version of WordPress? Are you looking to upgrade your WordPress soon? If you upgrade your WordPress you won’t see this issue anymore.
Your settings need to look exactly like the screenshot in this documentation:
One of these plugins might help:
The 3rd one was actually developed by one of the users from this Tips and Tricks HQ forum (goes by the username “Zain”). I think he stopped selling that plugin but it was a good one too.August 19, 2011 at 11:56 pm in reply to: Aweber and individual product sign up does not work #35707
If you are using auto upgrade feature then it is not really necessary to use the subscription duration since the user will most likely be upgraded to the next level before it expires but it doesn’t hurt to have a number there as a failsafe.
Let me know if this is happening in your case:
Thank you… a lot of users were just embedding the bookmark shortcodes without enabling the features so we added that check.
You can turn check off just by tweaking one line. Open the “eMember_bookmark_utils.php” file and search for the following line of code:
if(!$enable_bookmark) return EMEMBER_BOOKMARK_DISABLED;
once you find it simply delete that line and it won’t do that check anymore.
The filter you need to add is for the following function (this function show the bookmark buttons):
The above function name has a typo but the computer does’t care about thatAugust 19, 2011 at 11:23 pm in reply to: WishList Member and eStore Integration (SKU not working) #35702
What version of eStore are you using?
Did you do everything explained here?August 19, 2011 at 11:20 pm in reply to: Allowing non-admin user profiles to USE the eStore pannel through wp-admin: #35704
You can use any of the following as the management permission to let authors and above have access to the eStore plugin admin dashboard:
For example use the following:
define("ESTORE_MANAGEMENT_PERMISSION", "publish_posts");August 19, 2011 at 3:50 am in reply to: Is it possible to integrate eStore with the shareasale affiliate network? #35634
It will need some custom coding but it should be doable. The Merchant ID is your account ID for the shareasale account right?
Most of these information is available to your after the purchase. So basically from the “Thank You” page you need to execute the following code:
<img src=”https://shareasale.com/sale.cfm?amount=AMOUNTOFSALE&tracking=TRACKINGNUMBER&transtype=TYPEOFTRANSACTION&merchantID=34014″ width=”1″ height=”1″>
If you have the “Thank You” page delivery in place then you should be able to add this there.August 19, 2011 at 3:37 am in reply to: Google Analytics stopped tracking e-commerce transactions #35607
I would first disable cloudflare totally and do a test transaction and see if the tracking works fine. That should prove if the issue is indeed coming from cloudflare. Then you can look into the specific section of cloudflare to see which options is introducing the issue. Just remember that you need to give it some time for it show up in your analytic account (the tracking is not real time)
You didn’t mention your WordPress version. What version of WordPress are you using? I Know that WordPress changed the default user role management in WP3.0 so I am trying to determine if that is affecting this.
WP eStore doesn’t have an option like that but we can potentially custom code something for you. Please use the contact form here if you are interested and we will discuss options: