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Is it possible to display this “Last Access time” on the page for “WP eMembers – Manage Members” for all members at the same time? I mean, is it possible to change what shows up on this page, instead of – for example – the column “Subscription starts”. I would like to get a better idea of which members are active, and which members aren’t, without having to go to the details of each individual member.
Thanks for your suggestions or feedback.
AernoutDecember 4, 2012 at 6:54 am in reply to: eMember – Bookmark function: can I put something in a shortcode? #51980
What a pity…
The CSS doesn’t solve the problem.
On pages with a sidebar, the Bookmark sits nicely in the page, whereas with pages without sidebars, the Bookmark stretches over the top edge of the content area, into the nav menu. If I adjust it for pages with a no-sidebar template, it sits wrong on pages with a sidebar. Removing the Bookmark from pages with either template beats the purpose of applying the Bookmark functionality to all the pages…December 3, 2012 at 10:58 am in reply to: eMember: "You do not have permission to view the comments." #51940
Hi, I downloaded the plugin just three days ago.
I did a de-activate, delete and re-install, without the desired effect.
For now, I’m hiding the troubles with css but on page-load these ugly bits pop up on screen, before they can be hidden with the css.
Something puts a div immediately on the top of the page:
‘<div class=”eMember_comment_section_protected_msg”>You do not have permission to view the comments.</div>’
Followed by another div called “respond”.
These are the first two line in the page source:
<div class="eMember_comment_section_protected_msg">You do not have permission to view the comments.</div> <div id="respond"><br /></code>
<code><h3 id="reply-title">Leave a Reply <small><a rel="nofollow" href="/k-and-a/welcome/#respond"></a>
I put the “display:none” there to prevent this from showing, but as I said: it still pops up on page-load.
The only way I can give you acces to the page is with a username and password because it shows up behind the emember login pages, which is a bit odd…
Let me know how best to hand those details to you.
I have the more or less the same issue, but I want to adjust what gets displayed. How can I remove the Username from this list (out of safety reasons), as well as the e-mail addresses?
I am trying to find where I can change the css for the id “exposeMask”. The file jquery.tools.min.js only contains a few elements of the css, while I can see in FireBug that there is – for example – a background-color. The background-color does not get affected by the line in jquery.tools.min.js.
I want to change background-color: #EBECFF; to background-color: #FFF;
Where do I do that?