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August 23, 2013 at 5:16 am in reply to: Displaying multiple membership levels of a member on a page #57280
AMAZING! You continue to exceed all expectations with your support. Thank you very much.August 22, 2013 at 12:33 am in reply to: Displaying multiple membership levels of a member on a page #57278
Your first paragraph confused me, so I’m not sure how to answer that.
BUT, yes, I want a shortcode that lists all of my client’s membership levels (products purchased) on one page. If that should be a welcome page instead of a profile page, I’m ok with that. Not to compare to another plugin (sorry!) but if I buy something from a website that uses Amember, every time I log into that site, I see everything I have ever purchased. That is what I’m hoping to achieve here.
THANKS so much for your responsiveness. You’re awesome!
Where is the ‘like’ button?! I’m glad to know you have a developer working on stripe implementation. You rock!
OK, I screwed it up trying to copy the contents of the folder you showed above to my makingplrsimple.com/affiliates folder. Pooh!
Is it better to copy the folder or should I change the path?
The affiliate login page is: http://makingplrsimple.com/affiliates
I sent the rest of the info through the site access form.
I just deleted the previous plugin and reinstalled the latest version which I got through an update-request. Unfortunately the navigation still doesn’t show up. What files/folders do I need to delete to start all over?
When I log into the demo version there is a navigation bar across the top that I do not have. I’m sure I changed something but I can’t figure out how to change it back. Perhaps I messed with the CSS? Pooh!
OH! So even though I have wordpress installed on this domain, if I am not using a page or post the shortcodes do not work? Well, that makes sense. I knew it was something simple.
So how would I use eStore on HTML pages?