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August 30, 2017 at 4:29 pm in reply to: eMember Verify email before register for specific membership level #76342
This is the page that SEEMED to be what I wanted to do:
So I use a shortcode:
It generates the basic confirm email form and creates the email for the prospective user to click the link, but it always uses the value in Settings|Pages/Forms Settings|Registration Page (Mandatory):
if you use the shortcode:
The email for confirmation gets sent but the user is taken immediately to register-level-2 page.
My expectation is that the email with the confirmation link would redirect to the */register-level-2 page.
Obviously I’m missing something!
Thanks so much WZP for your patience!August 30, 2017 at 1:21 pm in reply to: eMember Verify email before register for specific membership level #76340
No, confirm email address for both.
I thought there would be a shortcode to redirect to the registration for a specific level, but can’t find the place I thought I read it.August 30, 2017 at 1:11 pm in reply to: eMember Verify email before register for specific membership level #76337
My bad. eMember vocabulary is CONFIRMAugust 30, 2017 at 12:43 pm in reply to: eMember Verify email before register for specific membership level #76335
The site will allow minors to register but we do not want them to be able to trigger the eStore.August 28, 2017 at 11:27 am in reply to: Remove or hide product image from product listing #56283
Using the custom css tweaks plugin is WONDERFUL.
Is it possible to get a listing of tweaks for eStore, especially the fancy templates?August 27, 2017 at 8:54 am in reply to: Requiring customers to sign up / log in before purchase #65418
In the event that a site has a membership level (free) for MINOR children, is there a way to prevent them from purchasing if they create an account and get immediate access to check-out?
At present, all membership registrations are approved manually but to use scenario 3.1 it is logical that we would have to change to immediate login permissions.May 20, 2015 at 1:26 pm in reply to: Name of eMember array for logged-in user? #70084
I have tried several snippets based on PHP examples in the first of the two posts mentioned (above), but I’m obviously missing something important because it always reports “not logged in”.
My best effort is as follows:
$field_name = ‘user_name’;
$value = wp_eMember_get_user_details($field_name);
echo ‘Your username is: ‘ . $value ;
DaveMarch 5, 2015 at 10:46 am in reply to: Comment on protected post w/eMember credentials? #68912
Good news! I had NONE of the WP Integration Settings in eMember Settings checked. When I changed that, the comments for logged-in members attributes as expected!!! (All FOUR checked).
I wish there was some way to NOT show the logged-in eMember the WP profile page, but I can live with it if it “just has to be that way”!