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October 3, 2014 at 6:28 pm in reply to: Protected Content – Redirect to login page automatically (instead of message) #65753
PS I’m getting some errors on your site. A database connection error here: https://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/wordpress-emember-easy-to-use-wordpress-membership-plugin-1706/
SebastianOctober 3, 2014 at 6:24 pm in reply to: Protected Content – Redirect to login page automatically (instead of message) #65752
Thank you very much. I’ll investigate both options!
SebastianOctober 1, 2014 at 8:21 am in reply to: After eStore purchase – create BOTH an eMember and Affiliate Account #65710
I would prefer not to put a barrier in the way of purchasing if possible. But thanks for the suggestion. I’ll find a workaround.September 28, 2014 at 4:51 pm in reply to: After eStore purchase – create BOTH an eMember and Affiliate Account #65708
I appreciate that I may need to do this manually by adding some code that triggers the eMember registration function after a purchase. Just thought I’d see if this was possible without hacking the plugins.
SebastianSeptember 28, 2014 at 4:49 pm in reply to: After eStore purchase – create BOTH an eMember and Affiliate Account #65707
I’m just thinking that I’ve already got general membership (via eMember) linked to my affiliate membership – there is just one login/registration form for everything. And I’d now like to automatically create an account for customers when they make a purchase. But I don’t want this to result in affiliate accounts being created when membership accounts are not. Users still need to be able to login using the one login form.
There is already an option to automatically create affiliate accounts after a user registers via emember. It would be handy if this could be a two-way process whereby automated affiliate registrations (as the result of an eStore purchase) then trigger automatic eMember registrations.
SebastianFebruary 15, 2012 at 2:29 pm in reply to: PayPal Has Started Limiting Mass Payments To Companies #41593
I did some searching before posting my question here and found this thread in the PayPal forum which discusses the mass payments problem other users have experienced: https://www.paypal-community.com/t5/Sending-and-receiving-money/Why-can-t-I-make-a-mass-payment/m-p/334592?profile.language=en-gb
And I do have a Business PayPal account.
I will checkout the latest build of your plugin. However, I’d prefer not to store my affiliates’ bank account details.
I appreciate that this request is a bit naughty, but here goes.
I’m getting the same issue: Call to undefined function get_userdatabylogin(), eMember_auth_utils.php on line 8.
I understand that updating the eMember and eStore plugin may fix the WordPress 3.3 issues. But I’ve made a huge number of customisations to all of my Tips and Tricks plugins. To redo all of these would cost me a couple of days.
So I’m asking on behalf of myself and other developers, who I expect to be in a similar situation, could you post your change log of fixes for eMember and eStore which addressed WordPress 3.3 login issues?
If this is not possible, could you perhaps explain why the function get_userdatabylogin() is undefined in eMember_auth_utils.php on line 8.
Many Many Thanks,
SebastianApril 29, 2011 at 5:16 pm in reply to: Updating Password on Member Profile Page Creates PHP headers error #31654
I just updated to 6.3.9 – the same thing happens.April 23, 2011 at 2:14 pm in reply to: Updating Password on Member Profile Page Creates PHP headers error #31652
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Sure, the link to the registration page: http://themeover.com/register/
I have activated the latest build now (6.2.9) from fresh. I also cleared my cache. As before, it works fine on first login after clearing the cache, but fails when logging out and then logging in a second time.
I’ve been having trouble with this error too: Warning: array_keys() [function.array-keys]: The first argument should be an array in /home/themeove/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-eMember/wp_eMember1.php on line 76
I am using eMember, Affiliate Platform and the eStore plugin. I have checked the option for creating wp users when someone registers via eMember. If I clear my browser cache the problem doesn’t occur on the first login, but if I logout and then log back in the problem comes back.
I did some testing and I think I have discovered the trigger but I’m not sure how best to solve the problem or interpret my findings – they seem contrary to my understanding of PHP variables. Here goes:
On wp_eMember1.php, I added echo $user_id; above $_SESSION = $_POST; around line 60 so it was now this:
$_SESSION = $_POST;
The echo statement returned the user ID value from the wp_users table as expected, which in this case was 4. I then moved the echo statement after the $_SESSION statement so it was this:
$_SESSION = $_POST;
Now, the echo statement returned member1, the value of $_SESSION. This is what made me question my understanding of php – I didn’t know that could happen. Regardless, because the value for $user_id changes to member1 instead of the wp_users table ID, the get_userdata($user_id); query doesn’t return anything. This causes the Warning: array_keys() [function.array-keys]: The first argument should be an array in /home/themeove/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-eMember/wp_eMember1.php on line 76 (which in turn causes the cannot modify header info errors)
So my question (finally) is how do I make sure that $user_id doesn’t get reset somehow by the $_SESSION = $_POST;
Many ThanksApril 5, 2011 at 2:25 pm in reply to: Empty Shopping Cart Error When Checking Out with PayPal #26428
I didn’t like the fact that, if a user clicked the back button or the ‘cancel and return to merchant’ link on paypal their cart would be empty. So I followed the advice here and went to the eStore_payment_submission.php file and commented out all 3 occurrences of:
My solution to ensuring that the cart eventually gets cleared when payment is complete was to put the reset_eStore_cart() function at the top of my thank you page. To do that, I created a file in my theme called page-thank-you.php which was a copy of page.php. My slug for the thank you page is thank-you, so anyone else would adapt the name of the file like so page-your-thank-you-page-slug.php
I saw your advice above “Basically you don’t let anyone register from the normal registration page of BBPress also make it so only logged in users and view the forum posts”, and was wondering how exactly you make it so that only logged in users can view BBPress forum posts?
I have just installed BBPress 1.0.3 and I can’t find an option for making forums private. Is that achieved with a plugin?