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Ah ha, I knew I’d seen this somewhere before! You simply import the users into the eMember members list and then go to WP eMember > Admin functions and and click the “Create WP Account for eMember users” button at the bottom of the page.
That would be a great addition to an already very good plugin. It would give the site admin the ability to remove users as well and for them to be notified of you doing so. All very useful stuff for a membership plugin.
Just to follow this up. I think the main issue here is when I’ve approved their membership it then needs a further automated email sent to the user to say that their membership is now active. Is that possible?
Thanks for this and apologies for not replying sooner. I keep forgetting to add my post to my favourites!
Forget my previous post. I’ve just found the link for upgrading: http://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/wordpress-membership/wp-emember-installation-upgrade-instructions-3
Sorry. I requested the update manually and I’m stil yet to receive it. I’ve managed to download the latest version automatically just now.
Is it safe to simply overwrite my previous version of the plugin? Obviously remembering to copy my custom stylesheet over to the new version.
I’m using Version v7.6.2
Ah ha. that’s why! It would be a good idea if, when using eStore and eMember together that you could see what members downloaded what. Be that free or paid.
[http://www.susiepearl.co.uk/] click on Login in the top right corner and hover over “Join us” to see where the page is linked to – you’ll see whatever page you’re on it’s the same as that page rather than going to the page I’ve specified in the settings.
Thanks for getting back to me. I’ve just emailed you via the contact form on your website.
Hi. Thanks for replying. I’ve just done a little bit more testing and here’s what I found (I’m not using any page caching in WordPress). I’ve also tried delaying for more than 6 minutes as you requested.
All of these tests involve clicking the free download button on the page – then navigating to a different page and then hitting the back button in your browser.
IE: Hitting the back button takes you to a “Webpage has expired” page – I’m presuming this is because the link generated for the download has expired. Hitting back again takes you to the page
Firefox: Notifies me “To display this page, Firefox must send information that will repeat any action (such as a search or order confirmation) that was performed earlier.”. If I say “Resend” then it goes back to the download page and automatically starts downloading the file.
Chrome: Notifies me “Confirm Form Resubmission”.
Thanks again for your help.
Thanks for this. What I did in the end is to revert back to the natural First Name, Last Name, Email address that exist in Mailchimp as those are the same fields in eMember and therefore get duplicated across to Mailchimp. Thanks again.
Hi. Thanks for getting back to me. I’ve actually tried both ways i.e. with “after login redirection” enabled and disabled and both ways still seem to keep the /?member_logout=1 path at the end of the url. Do you have an email address where I could send you the link and login for my dev site? Thanks again.
The latest version I presume (Version v7.6.0). Unfortunately I’m unable to add a url on to this site as it’s a site currently in production. If you send me a private message then I will send you the url.
It seems to be that the /?member_logout=1 that gets added to the end of the url is the issue though.
I’ve found what the issue was. It’s because in Mailchimp I had the “NAME” field as mandatory and it didn’t like that. Is there any way of getting the field names in eMember to match those I have in Mailchimp?