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That’s great news, thank you!
could you report your findings here? I use the same host (WP Engine).
Hey, wzp, cool! It’s exactly what I was looking for!
Everything is fine, thank you!
I did the following:
- I installed a fresh build (6.8.0) without any customization.
- I emptied all chaches (also on my server) and changed the browser.
Still the same effect…
Then I did my customizations:
- I translated the strings at the beginning of download.php.
- I uploaded my versions of checkout_manual.png, checkout_paypal.png and paypal_checkout.png.
Still the same problem.
And the I disabled the fancy checkout redirection option – and it works!
But: The following page is pretty simple – too simple (see screenshot). It looks a little bit like a pishing-site. Can I change this?
Here’s the screenshot.
Yes, I tried in in different browsers on different computers. And also without login on my site.
I even tried in the Incognito mode with Chrome.
And also some customers used PayPal to pay for my products.
Here is a link to a product page:
Click on “Bestellen” to order the item. Then on the cart-page you have to click on “Kaufen”.June 29, 2012 at 5:10 am in reply to: WP Engine problems – data not saving for pages and membership settings #46647
My site is also hosted at WP Engine and I have no problems at all with eMember, eStore or Affiliate Platform.
But they use a proper cache solution on their server. I send them the link to the thread about the use of the W3 Cache plugin (https://support.tipsandtricks-hq.com/forums/topic/using-the-plugins-with-w3-total-cache-plugin) and they implemented it on their server.
Perhaps it has something to do with your problem.
I found the solution. The problem was in the cache:
My hoster is caching everything but not with a plugin. He has some cache-methods on the server side. Well, I have no idea how it works but it works and the websites are really really fast.
My hoster excluded now the affiliate page (/wp-content/plugins/wp-affiliate-platform/affiliates/) from the cache and everything is works perfectly.
No, I don’t have a PHP session issue. I followed the steps described on the post but everything was fine.
On my new “login center” I display some useful infos for my members. There I use the new shortcode to display the picture of a member:
Then I just adjust the size of the picture in my style.css:
I’m not sure if this is the answer to your question, but perhaps it helps.
Fantastic! It works as supposed, thanks!
- “bucket” is the name of the S3 bucket containing the digital product. That’s correct.
- In the bucket you can create a folder like on your harddisks.
- In this folder you put your digital product (like a PDF or a MP3).
So let’s say the name of my bucket is “blatternet”. Here I create a folder named “pdf”. And in this folder I upload my “ebook.pdf”.
So the correct path is:
You don’t have to use folders. So you can upload “ebook.pdf” directly in the bucket. Then the path is:
This works if you filled in the settings correctly.December 13, 2011 at 6:49 am in reply to: eStore+eMember: Buying more than one membership at once #39553
yes, you’re right: It’s not business as usual, but it happens (at least to me ).
I have two workarounds:
- Solution 1: I install a registration form on a “secret” page and send the link to my customer so that all team members can fill in their details. If someone else finds the form I can delete this member manually.
- Solution 2: I send a Excel-Sheet to my customer where he can fill in the names, usernames and passwords of his team members. Then I import them as described here: http://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/wordpress-membership/how-to-bulk-upload-member-details-from-a-csv-file-243
@Amin: Did you find time to add this option? Would be a very-nice-to-have feature.
I’m very brave.
Thank for the help. I understand that the WordPress environment ist not loaded and it’s difficult to redirect the user to a specific page. But perhaps it’s something for a future release.
Cool, thank you!