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October 30, 2014 at 2:31 am in reply to: eMember – Complete Registration Link That Leads To Specific Registration Form… #66102
I think I found the solution. Just in case you’d like to know. This is what I decided to do.
When someone clicks the link in their email to go and finish registration, it will be connected to the membership level. And when I say connected, I mean that the form will produce the value in the form of what membership level they are registering for.
So with that being said. It can be done and all you have to do is target the form’s value with the $_POST method, while wrapping it in a conditional statement like so:
<?php if ($_POST == ‘Gold’): ?>
<?php echo do_shortcode(‘[wp_eMember_registration_form_for level=3]’); ?>
<?php elseif ($_POST == ‘Silver’): ?>
<?php echo do_shortcode(‘[wp_eMember_registration_form_for level=2]’); ?>
<?php endif; ?>October 28, 2014 at 8:55 pm in reply to: eMember – Complete Registration Link That Leads To Specific Registration Form… #66101
Thank you sir.October 28, 2014 at 2:57 pm in reply to: eMember – Complete Registration Link That Leads To Specific Registration Form… #66099
There has to be a way to do it. There has to be a way to read what level has been purchased. Because, let’s say that someone purchases a premium membership. When they click the link in the email, they will be directed to the registration form, which in turn will display the membership they are signing up for.
Could you ask your lead developer about this to be absolutely certain if it can’t be done?
Thank you so much for your time.October 23, 2014 at 4:50 pm in reply to: eMember – Complete Registration Link That Leads To Specific Registration Form… #66097
I really don’t need the addon. I just need to know how can a trigger the registration page to show a different form after the buyer has went through the payment process, and when given the encrypted link within that email, will indeed land them on the registration page but display the form I have set up for that membership level.
Let me see if I can explain it clearly with an example:
Sue and Bob have a floral shop. They use a WordPress website to sell products. Bow Sue is responsible for the maintenance of the site and Bob is responsible for learning more about how to use WordPress.
So one day something goes bonkers with their website. So Sue comes to my website and signs up for my WordPress FIX service.
So the process that she has to go through to get the problem fixed is as follows:
1. Clicks on a buy now button.
2. She is directed to Paypal to pay.
3. She is sent to a thank you page after she has paid with instruction to check her email to finish her registration as a client for the WordPress FIX service.
4. She then clicks the link in the email and she is led to the page in which she has to fill out the registration form (as a client). By the way, this form is purple with these form fields (first name, last name, email address, username, password, password confirm and submit button).
Now Bob wants to learn how to build a better WordPress theme. So Bob comes to my website and lands on a page where there is an option to sign up for my membership training, which are step by step videos that show him how to do it.
So the process that Bob will go through is as follows:
1. From the sales page he clicks a button that takes him to the membership levels page that has the different prices for the different member levels.
2. From the membership plans page, he clicks on the $1 trial button, which takes him to a cart page that shows him what he is signing up for.
3. From the cart page, he clicks the purchase now button, which them takes him to paypal to pay.
4. He pays and then is redirected back to the thank you page with a message to check email to finish registration.
5. He clicks the link in email and is directed back to my website’s registration page. This page has the exact same fields as the WordPress FIX service. However, this form is Orange.
So, what I need to know is, is there a way to write some type of conditional statement based off the individual registration link that will land the buyer on the correct registration form?
I hope this was a bit clearer.
Thank you.October 15, 2014 at 7:30 pm in reply to: eMember – Complete Registration Link That Leads To Specific Registration Form… #66095
I saw that link. But how do I determine that the membership level that the person signed up for when they click the link?
Would it go something like this?
<?php if(!wp_emember_is_member_logged_in(‘1’) || !wp_emember_is_member_logged_in()) : ?>
<?php echo do_shortcode(‘[wp_eMember_registration_form_for level=1]’); ?>
<?php else: ?>
<?php echo do_shortcode(‘[wp_eMember_registration_form_for level=2]’); ?>
<?php endif; ?>July 2, 2014 at 3:31 am in reply to: Names Not being added to email list just the email and the WordPress name #64052
I am able to Authenticate the plugin through the api connection process. However, when I paste the key into the field required, it doesn’t stick. Meaning it does not stay in the field (It’s not visible).
So when testing the sign up process, with that method…. nothing is being sent to the Aweber list. My client just purchase the plugin 3 weeks ago, so it is the most recent version…. I’m assuming. The version that we are using on the site is: v8.8.6July 1, 2014 at 4:55 pm in reply to: eMember Integration with UMAPI Lite for NETS Payment Processor #62581
Thank you sir
I am having the same problem as Jasiel. Is there a fix for this? what should I do to fix it? ThanksOctober 7, 2013 at 3:56 am in reply to: Custom Login Form On Page is Going to WordPress Login Page #58157
Cool, I found the bad plugin. Thanks for the advice in the right direction. It was indeed a plugin that was causing the problem.
CheersOctober 6, 2013 at 4:14 pm in reply to: Custom Login Form On Page is Going to WordPress Login Page #58155
I don’t understand what you mean Keith. Is that a setting to be set in the settings?
This is how I am utilizing the shortcode function in case there is anyone else wanting to do the same thing:
$subscribe = print_eStore_subscribe_button_form(4);
Where ‘4’ is equal to the product ID.
Cool, Thank you.
Okay, update. This is for anyone else that is looking to do somewhat of the same thing. What I have done for the question in my previous question is created a page with a button that has a link with the view cart page. I am not using any plugin button on the page that has the link. However, when they land on the checkout page. There is the subscribe button. I actually simulating a checkout page because each subscription level will have it’s own price. In this case it is the 30 days trial for $1.00. So for the other subscription levels, I am creating checkout pages for those specific levels. It doesn’t really utilize the view cart process. But for my purpose, I don’t really need it because for the purpose of a membership site, there is no need to add to cart.
So the question that some may be asking is “why have the shopping cart anyway?”. Great question. Because it is part of the marketing strategy that is in place and this is needed.
Anyway, if someone else is needing to do this same thing then this is the way I did it.
PS Admin, I know that I have been asking a lot of questions lately and I don’t know where or if this is the right place to post this question and comments. So please let me know if it needs to move to another topic. Because I want those who are stuck to be able to benefit from the information and knowledge that I have gathered using your Awesome plugins.
Update: I have found a work around. However, I don’t think that this is the most practical way to do things. I have copied all of the form HTML code by using chrome’s element inspector and it is processing to the Paypal checkout page. But again. if there is a way I can use the shortcode that would be great. But if the way I have done it will work then that would be even greater.
Simple question: Is there a way to send the customer to the view cart page that I have designed with a the use of a subscribe button?