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Hi, thanks for your answer.
No, they are not one inside another. They are just used as you presented here.
All shortcodes works but not the ones with the scope=”expired”, Can I send you an email with admin credentials?
I got this message: “Your subscription for this membership level access has expired.”
from this shortcodes:
that’s ok. But I can’t make this shortcode to work:
[emember_protected scope=”expired” for=”4″]
[emember_protected scope=”expired” for=”5″]
“If you change the order of the partial protection shortcodes, what happens?”
I tried with that now, but nothing.November 28, 2019 at 1:33 am in reply to: emember – selling a course and each module separately #80142
yes, if the customer buys many modules it’s fine, the levels are stacked. But the thing is if he buys the whole course (or “parent membership” of this modules), the child levels must go away and he only has now the membership level “course 1”
I readed from here that version 7.0 will not have any more security updates.
I contacted siteground support. They recently push php 7.1 to be the default version (I didn’t know that!).
Now I’m back on php 7.0.33 and everything is alright.
What I did now:
– I used real paypal, same error (Starting from a backup before wp-emember were installed)
– I installed wp-emember on another website that I have in the same hosting (siteground) , same error!!
haha, this is getting on my nerves.
My suspects right now, is that when I contact hosting support because I was having troubles in the staging environment with wp-emember (and then they did the copy dev.lienzo.uy) something went wrong on the server, and now I have this error always. crazy stuff?
Thank you, I checked that, I was definitely not doing all the steps.
Leaving aside the staging and the other bad copy, I’m now on the original URL, restore with a backup from before installing wp-emember . What surprises me a lot is that after configuring wp emembers again (levels, pay buttons, pages, etc), I got the same error after doing the first payment with paypal sandbox. I use always the same facilitator and buyer account.
May I have to try with another sandbox account?
The only way around that I thinking right now is to start all over again, from a clean wordpress install.
I know that doing the “bad copy” of wp was a really bad move, but I’m astonished by the perseverance of this error.
I remove the plugin in WP, drop tables wp_wp_eMember_membership_tbl and wp_wp_eMember_members_tblutf8_general_ci
The error persists.
I was trying a clean install.
PHP 7.1.26. I think I will start from zero with emember, deleting the database entries.
which tables are related to emember?
Same hosting provider and same account.
Same WP, I will check the PHP version, but in both WP I got this error.
The dev version is a manual copy of the staging version. I get out of the staging environment because the ajax components that use emember didn’t work well.
If the problem in dev version is for the copy-paste, the staging should not show this problem.
ok, I tried that in both installs, the error persists.
UPDATE: I tried to deactivate all the plugins, no luck.March 1, 2019 at 7:41 pm in reply to: eMember – Discourse forum – creating and removing groups -sync #79230
Thank you for your answer. I will try an easier approach. We are on a low budget.
thanks for the mail support! The problem was for using siteground staging environment.
With this new user his account expired despite that a secondary membership is still activated.
This feature is not working for me:
“When a member’s primary level expires, automatically set one of the non-expired secondary level as his primary level.”
I waited for more than 24hs, nothing happened. The cronjob.txt is empty. I enabled debug yesterday.
I created a new user, In 72 hours “he” should lose one of the membership level.