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September 13, 2011 at 6:40 am in reply to: Custom Fields: "Display Order" and "Field Name" field(s) cannot be kept empty #32616
Go to Users > your profile > Show Admin Bar > enable/disable the Dasboard option.
When you enable admin bar for Dashboard, it will be displaying the admin bar in the top of the window while administering your site. The admin bar contains a search field.
Besides admin bar you may have a plug-in that does something similar – add an input field somewhere.
The right way to fix this is to scan through only its one fields, perhaps by using GetElementByID.September 13, 2011 at 6:28 am in reply to: Multiple free memberships with AWeber integration and automated account creation #32249
I am still working on it with Amin’s kind help. Using a prototype of the functionality at http://fmbench.com but it still needs some work to be suitable for general distribution.
Anyway, due to insufficient capacity, it does not go as fast as I would like it to. If you are willing to help, especially with the AWeber Labs API, I will greatly appreciate it and I am sure Amin will as wellMay 18, 2011 at 8:54 am in reply to: Custom Fields: "Display Order" and "Field Name" field(s) cannot be kept empty #32611
The current version of eMember uses a simplified validation script that checks whether you have something in every single text field on the page. It is likely that you have a search field in the WordPress admin’s upper right corner. If you just enter anything into the search field and then try to submit your custom field changes, it will probably work.May 11, 2011 at 11:43 am in reply to: Multiple free memberships with AWeber integration and automated account creation #32245
Thanks for such a fast response!
Slight update – I am in hurry and need to have this functional within days. I also have a PHP programmer available to work on this almost immediately. So if we can get in closer touch we can do most of the work and use your help just to avoid dead end ways and to make the changes clean.
Now the AWeber details:
1) Subscribing – there are two ways to get notified about a new subscriber. One is e-mail. But that would require an e-mail parser, probably running as a crontab task. Second one is a custom success page. AWeber lets me specify any URL where the subscriber is supposed to be brough upon confirming his subscription. I also have an option to pass subscriber’s data as POST parameters to that page. I believe the custom success page is the way to go to create the new accounts. Details are documented here: http://www.aweber.com/faq/questions/553/How+Do+I+Pass+Form+Data+to+My+Thank+You+Pages%3F
However, there is a note that this option is not recommended for WordPress users. I will have to check why with the AWeber support.
Anyway, if it means I have to create my own PHP script that will process the data and then redirect the user to the WordPress page I am OK with that.
2) AWeber API – allows full access to mailing list data for authorized applications. Explained in detail here: https://labs.aweber.com/
I assume that my point 4 is easily doable using the custom success page with forwarded parameters.
I also assume that account suspension upon unsubscribing cannot be done without the AWeber API or an e-mail parser, but I may be wrong…
I believe this might help anyone seeking AWeber integration: https://support.tipsandtricks-hq.com/forums/topic/multiple-free-memberships-with-aweber-integration-and-automated-account-creation
I believe this might help some of you: https://support.tipsandtricks-hq.com/forums/topic/multiple-free-memberships-with-aweber-integration-and-automated-account-creationMay 10, 2011 at 6:24 am in reply to: Squeeze form email handling with Aweber (Profollow) and pay per view page #28217