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I have same question – want to modify the transaction result as well.
No CSS coding needed, but as settings within eStore are price-calculating_tax-show_price_including_tax I have some difficulties with the correct price displaying.
After returning back from Paypal to the thank-you-page, the result is displayed as follows:
Price: price amount = (price with tax) plus tax. Ta is 19 % in this case.
Means – it should show for instance 1,19 if price is 1,- without tax, but it gives me a 1,42.
(1,19 price including tax, and additional 19% on that price.)
Can you give me any hint how I can change this so it is only adding the tax once?
This is no big thing but somehow confusing my customers.
Thanks in advance
you are giving the server root, which is not correct.
To make it working just use the base path of your WordPress installation.
Maybe you have different domains on your server, so being in different folders.
Maybe one is for domain a:
Maybe second is for domain b:
/home/xxxxxx/public_html/yyyyyy where wordpress is installed in a subfolder.
So give ist a try with just
instead of full path or instead of leaving out the subfolder.
Just use simple everything after your domain name as given to u in
Wordpress general settings.
U know the wordpress address, and you know the page address.
In general, when wordpress is installed in a subfolder, eMember uses
actually the page url, the only thing to change is just to add
single folder – just add the folder where wordpress is installed.
No hole root path. I guess that would work.
Hi, I have had the same difficulties.
The solution that worked for me:
I have installed wordpress in a subfolder, but wanted to make it accessible from the domain root.
A How-to is explained here:
I now have
After activating the download protection, eMember writes something to the htaccess-file.
Please check the server path, because maybe eMember is not able to give the whole server path.
In my case, there have not been the right directories.
ErrorDocument 403 /wp-content/plugins/wp-eMember/emember_folder_protection_download_error.html
has to be
ErrorDocument 403 /wordpress/wp-content/plugins/wp-eMember/emember_folder_protection_download_error.html
Maybe this helps.
After giving the correct server path, user authentication works fine.
Regards.May 26, 2014 at 7:46 am in reply to: Affiliate: Deleting files in plugins/wp-affiliate-platform/affiliates/ possible? #63268
Okay, thank you very much.
The above option – not allowing visitors to signup – works as well with the estore plugin?
I do not want to give all my members an affiliate account unless they have paid a special membership.