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November 21, 2010 at 12:54 pm in reply to: Problem – eStore and 'Action Popup' incompatible? (eStore "breaks" action popup) #26517
I have now gotten us upgraded from WP 2.9.2 to 3.0.1. Same issue.
Disable eStore, and Action Popup works. Enable eStore, and it no longer works.
Could you jump back in where you were going to examine conflicts, please? Or suggest another action I can take to get these to play nice together?
TimNovember 16, 2010 at 5:33 am in reply to: Problem – eStore and 'Action Popup' incompatible? (eStore "breaks" action popup) #26515
Thanks, this feels like progress.
You can check http://TheCoachLeader.com/join
Looking at source, jQuery 1.3.2 is being invoked now. And we are still on WP 2.9.2. And I found advice to do the following to test for jQuery 1.4.2, which apparently was included with WP 3.0.
And – that produces an error on this blog.
So would I be correct that I should either upgrade jquery, or upgrade WP (which will include an upgrade of jquery)?
If so, can you help me with how to upgrade jQuery so I can leave the WP upgrade for a later date?
TimNovember 15, 2010 at 3:51 pm in reply to: Problem – eStore and 'Action Popup' incompatible? (eStore "breaks" action popup) #26510
I find lots of jQuery in the Action Popup PHP files.
I see that eStore has calls to wp_deregister_script(‘jquery’); and wp_register_script(‘jquery’, Action Popup does not have any such calls.
Is there a way to confirm a conflict? Is there a way to work around this issue?
TimSeptember 28, 2010 at 7:28 am in reply to: Registration email incorrect & Multiple membership Levels for same account #24442
Hooray! If this gets added, it WILL make me jump for joy!!September 27, 2010 at 3:07 pm in reply to: Registration email incorrect & Multiple membership Levels for same account #24440
Simple:Press Forum lets a user accumulate forum access based on roles they are assigned. If you assign a person to 4 different roles, one after another in WordPress, then they will have access to 4 different Forums by the time you are done. Yep, they can only have 1 role at a time. But they can have multiple Forum memberships triggered by the roles that have been assigned to them.
I will be adjusting things to work here – One account, multiple memberships. It would be nice if eMember could do this without modification. When a customer gets “Video Training A” they will gain access to a discussion area for that in my Simple:Press Forum. When they then get “Video Training E” they will additionally get access to THAT discussion area in my forum.
And I plan to give them access to BOTH membership areas of eMember. If I have to, I’ll hack something up based on “capabilities” – people can still have as many capabilities as you like. So I’ll have capability “Video Training A” and “Video Training B” and “Video Training C” and “Video Training D” and “Video Training E” and … You get the idea.
Amin – you could make this work much faster than me. Would be great if you beat me to it, mate…!
Looking forward to it, Amin! It will be really nice to have users automatically getting access to particular forums based on eStore / eMember sales.
I have two systems that I want to do this on so far. One will have a role named like “videos”, and the other will have a role called “private-coaching”. Once those are working, I’ve got more planned.
I have this all sorted out, and purchasing my “List-Building Video Set” will grant the customer access to the discussion area for the videos in my forum. WordPress now only allows one role per user. But Simple:Press catches each role assignment – there’s a particular WP function that is a trigger, and Simple:Press monitors that “user granted role” trigger.
I expect this to work automatically very soon. It’s just that at the moment, eMember is creating user with
except that eMember is not currently setting the custom role I configured for my eMember membership level. I just reported that on another thread: https://support.tipsandtricks-hq.com/forums/topic/integration-with-simple-press-forum#post-8211.
Also related is this discussion where JeffW reports that eMember was not setting role “premium” for him, but creating all users as “subscriber”. https://support.tipsandtricks-hq.com/forums/topic/member-role-not-updating-correctly-w-expired-and-on-forums#post-5743
Frank, if I can help, give me a shout. Especially if you do so in Spanish…
Referring back a few posts on this page:
The eMember plugin can now be configured so each different membership level can have a default WordPress Role settings. Then when a member signs up in that membership level he/she will have that WordPress Role assigned to him. I have sent you an updated version of eMember so You can see this functionality.
My eMember is not setting the custom WordPress role, although it has the field on the admin screens – and I have configured it. When I have a new user purchase, their role is set to ‘subscriber’ and not to the custom setting for their membership.
Is there something I might be doing wrong using this? How do I check if I’ve got the proper version of eMember where this is implemented?
VERY much looking forward to automatically getting people into a particular forum inside my Simple:Press forum based on their role!
TimAugust 26, 2010 at 6:34 am in reply to: eStore 4.1.2 + eMember: cart 'Check Out' broken – gets HTTP 302 #23557
With the 4.1.4 eStore provided, the result is the same as with 4.1.0. (I had mistakenly recorded that here as eStore 4.1.2 – it is indeed 4.1.0.) I’ve put 3.6.5 in place again, and things are working once more.
I’ve got a suggestion / request. It would be really great if:
A $0.00 product price caused your code to NOT make a call to PayPal, and instead completed the sale without the PayPal step. Then:
1. You *could* have a $100 product with a $100 pricetag, and it would work. This is *SO MUCH MORE VALUABLE* in a customer’s mind than a free membership!
2. You could create a free product. The flexibility would be quite nice. (The inability to do so seems rather arbitrary.) Why the arbitrary rule that everything has to go through PayPal? It seems that is the only reason we cannot define a $0.00 product. Why not allow that?
It seems this would help 2 or 3 people earlier in this thread, and provide them more what they wanted in the first place. eStore would be more responsive to your customers (very good!), rather than forcing your customers to learn to adapt to eStore rules (not as good).
Thank you. I will need to verify what is happening on my end, then – I believe I’m missing the email from the eStore.August 22, 2010 at 1:45 pm in reply to: eStore 4.1.2 + eMember: cart 'Check Out' broken – gets HTTP 302 #23555
Access Form submitted. Awaiting your visit…but I caused a 9-hour delay since I missed the email.
I had misinterpreted that “Globally” when I first saw it – in the same way that wpCommerce mistakenly discribes it here. Then with my expectations skewed, I had a heck of a time realizing what was happening.
Instead, those are “global disable” buttons. When checked, they “grant” access – respecting the settings of “manage content protection” settings. So I could suggest changing the label to “globally enable access” – but that’s shades of meaning that will still be misunderstood. I believe it would be best to add a help bubble, or a link to a discussion that spells this out. 2 or 3 good paragraphs of documentation, with a link from that area to them, would be immensely helpful. Other people would at least be alerted to the issues involved, and might actually be set on the right path with a quick 3-minute read of that new bit of documentation.
And that documentation would mostly say what you said in that last post, making sure to point out that “manage content protection” is disabled and overridden if “all pages” global access is unchecked. Check it, and “manage content protection” settings are once again enabled.
So, my confusion was thinking these checkboxes GRANTED some access; instead their purpose is to efficiently and totally REVOKE some access (when unchecked). And I would request that something be done to help the next visitors to NOT make that mistake.
Ah-HAH!! I like this option!
I believe I’ll go in and get my wordpress using the plugin noted and send via my Google Apps SMTP servers. Then I should see all outbound email in my sent mailbox, and I can use the trusty, reliable google mail service I love so much.
And if the plugin gives me trouble, I can edit up the email.php script(s) for the various plugins. Sweet!
Thanks, Amin. Awesomely empowering and precise info. VERY appreciated!
Still not sure my sales processes are working. New Topic: What emails should we expect?
This forum, with the ability to dynamically add tags is awesome, too.
TimAugust 22, 2010 at 10:03 am in reply to: Is it possible to turn off email notification from eStore on membership items? #19104