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January 31, 2013 at 10:55 pm in reply to: Affiliate Rewards: Giving customers a free product once they refer customers #53455
Thanks again for the reply. I’d still would like to suggest an expansion on the way I’m using it. Possibly with pagination and a search function. That would really come in handy when you get into a large number of codes. Again, just a suggestion.
TasherreJanuary 31, 2013 at 6:50 am in reply to: Affiliate Rewards: Giving customers a free product once they refer customers #53453
Ok, so I just had the idea of setting the value of the coupon of 0.01 but I found it actually let’s me use 0.00. Earlier I just tried 0 and it would not work. This is exactly what I needed! So my next question would be, is there a limit to how many coupons you can create?
This new finding is exactly what I needed. I’m still going to purchase the affiliate software for it’s intended use on my other sites.January 31, 2013 at 6:41 am in reply to: Affiliate Rewards: Giving customers a free product once they refer customers #53452
Thanks for the reply. That seems like a decent alternative. As said before, I mostly wanted to track the redemption of coupon codes. I tried to create a coupon using that uses the customers last name but I can’t apply a zero value to them. This would be perfect if it worked that way. Is there a way around this? And if not, would you consider implementing this into the eStore or Affiliates? I’m sure there’s plenty of people who would benefit from it.
Thank you, I appreciate your help.
Well how about this?
I did some research on the AWS website before I signed up. They have some of the major companies that use their service on the first page. In this case it was NetFlix, PBS and Spotify. I know for a fact no one is able to capture them. I proved this when I went to PBS’ website. There’s absolutely no way to download. Granted they don’t use your Lightbox but somehow they can block downloaders. Any guesses on how they do that?
BTW, thanks for the quick responses.June 18, 2011 at 6:02 am in reply to: Any way to NOT require "Name" field in squeeze box? #25112
Found it! I was looking in the wrong area the whole time. My apologies.June 18, 2011 at 5:30 am in reply to: Any way to NOT require "Name" field in squeeze box? #25111
I wanted to remove the name field entirely. I followed the steps you suggested to karlvonkries and it worked before, but now it doesn’t. All I want is the email field.June 18, 2011 at 3:12 am in reply to: Any way to NOT require "Name" field in squeeze box? #25109
I have to admit I’m pretty upset that I put in so much time on this today and not have anything change. I’ve deactivated, uninstalled, cleared out my plugin directory, cleared my cache, uploaded, expanded, reinstalled and re-activated this plugin several times only to have the same results. I’ve even gone as far to drop the tables and still have nothing change. Lastly, I went into the estore includes and deleted the code for the name and email fields and its still there. Something is terribly wrong here.June 18, 2011 at 1:11 am in reply to: Any way to NOT require "Name" field in squeeze box? #25107
I believe there’s 3 now and I’ve tried them all. No luck.June 17, 2011 at 10:25 pm in reply to: Any way to NOT require "Name" field in squeeze box? #25105
This tip actually worked before, but since I updated the eStore with the latest version it does not. Though I take that part of the code out, that field is still there when it displays. Any suggestions? And yes I did the update in order to get eStore to work with WP Super Cache. Help!
BTW, some of the fancy codes aren’t working. Is that due to me upgrading to 3.0?
Just getting home from work. I’ll check into those errors shortly and report back with the results.
Thanx for the help as always.
I sent you the info you needed.
Ok, thanks for the intergration help. Any advice on the failing ajax squeeze form?