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Darned but it makes sense. Thank you for the prompt response – really appreciate all the help T&T HQ provides.
We have a partner who has included our page on their site through use of iframes. What we’d like to do is when the user clicks on Subscribe, it opens a pop up window that takes them to the PayPal checkout. I’ve applied the solution explained here https://support.tipsandtricks-hq.com/forums/topic/open-paypal-link-in-new-window#post-3038 and that opens in a new browser window.
What we’d like is a pop up. How do we do this?
Thank you in advance.April 26, 2012 at 8:05 am in reply to: Creating Pass Thru Affiilate Links for External Site #22727
Thank you! So purchasing the Affiliate Plug In won’t be necessary right now? We may still purchase it to help us grow more, but for now this looks like it solves our issue at hand.April 25, 2012 at 4:50 pm in reply to: Creating Pass Thru Affiilate Links for External Site #22725
The post RickyMitch asked about is along the lines to my question, dealing with Paypal.
We have the eStore and eMember plugins (and love them, thank you!). As part of our Silver membership we provide discounts to our members on our products and products of other vendors/partners. One of our vendors would like to include the Silver Subscribe link used from our page which links includes the Paypal link.
Our page being mimicked on their site:
They are using our Silver Member Subscribe button from our site and the link from our site. However, when someone clicks that Subscribe button from their site (go ahead and try it on their page to reproduce what I’m discussing), users receive a page from Paypal “Sorry — your last action could not be completed”.
What we’re wondering is if the Affiliate Plugin provides the functionality so our partners(affiliates) would be able to provide the Subscribe Silver link on their site, linking to our Paypal purchase page as it does from our site (i/e: just like when clicking the Subscribe Silver from our site at http://www.homecarehowto.com/member-benefits/)?
I’ve read the posts above that discuss the redirect within the link and it sounds like that would work. Please advise.
Thank you!February 6, 2012 at 11:00 pm in reply to: Installation error: Plugin could not be activated because it triggered an error #37039
Thank you for replying so quickly. I’ll let you know how it goes.February 6, 2012 at 10:43 pm in reply to: Installation error: Plugin could not be activated because it triggered an error #37038
Thank you for replying so quickly. I’ll let you know how it goes.February 2, 2012 at 10:29 pm in reply to: Installation error: Plugin could not be activated because it triggered an error #37036
I’ve purchased the PDF Stamper yesterday to compliment to the e-store and e-member I’ve been using since Oct ’11. I get the following error upon install:
“Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.
Site error: the file
… /wp-content/plugins/wp-pdf-stamper/wp_pdf_stamp1.php requires the ionCube PHP Loader ioncube_loader_lin_5.2.so to be installed by the site administrator.”
I’ve followed through with the previous posts procedure as suggested: Deleted the old e-member and e-store, downloaded the latest versions v7.6.1 and v6.4.0 respectively and have installed them. Each is working since the upgrade. I’ve downloaded a 2nd, 3rd and 4th copy of the PDF Stamp, figuring maybe a bad PDF Stamper file. Still, same issue, same error. I ran a .zip file check to ensure the file is not corrupt. Everything checks out. What am I missing? The WordPress version currently installed is 3.3.1