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If I remember correctly, there’s an edit button for their account info. Is that what you want?
I don’t think that’s what he’s saying. I think that what he says is that when a bot gets to your page, even if there’s a message saying you have to be logged in to view, the bot can still post a comment if you don’t check the “Members Must be Logged in to Comment” box. It has nothing to do with viewability of your site. Try it and see what you get.
That page is enabled because you have a free registration level. The developers are in the process of making custom registration pages for all levels. Besides me, there have been quite a few other users making requests for this, and they plan on doing something quite extensive. They said it would be a few weeks. If you can get by til then with what you have now, be patient, and I expect you’ll like the upgrade. I’ve never seen a company so responsive to their customers’ needs.
That’s what they call the preregistration page that you’re seeing. After filling that out, the member will get an email to the real registration page with everything else, including choosing a user name. All your included and required fields will be on that registration page. Until they fill that next registration page out, your members won’t have access to your site.
Your responsiveness to your customers is just so amazing and enjoyable to watch. I’m so glad I picked your software.
Keep up the great work.January 15, 2013 at 3:00 am in reply to: eStore – Squeeze Form – Not require Name, just email #53056
Try adding a hidden field on your form with the same name as the form’s name field, and assign it a value like “foo.” Then, periodically do something like have your db replace all name fields where value = “foo” to value = “”.
eMember has both page protection and partial page protection. On the page where you display the download url’s, you can protect the part with the premium urls from being displayed to anybody except logged in premium members.
Try that and see if it doesn’t do what you need.
I figured out an easy way to do it once you have different registration pages for different membership levels (which you said is coming in a few weeks), and I will post the solution then.January 13, 2013 at 2:01 pm in reply to: Create menu item that only shows certain content based on membership level? #48501
I think this might be better bracketing:
if ( ( wp_emember_is_member_logged_in (‘1’) ) || ( wp_emember_is_member_logged_in (‘2’) ) )
The concept is that it will return true if either condition exists.January 13, 2013 at 12:46 am in reply to: Create menu item that only shows certain content based on membership level? #48500
Try this concept:
( ( if ( wp_emember_is_member_logged_in (‘1’) ) || ( if ( wp_emember_is_member_logged_in (‘2’) ) )
It should do the exact same thing and should work right now, with no feature upgrade.
I actually don’t want as many people as possible to be affiliates. I want some exclusivity to it. I want people to apply to be affiliates, and their content protected.
What about giving affiliates automatic access to the free members area without them having to join? Is that doable?
What you just described will work for members who are also affiliates, but, as I read what you wrote, any member could access it. I don’t want that.
In my model, neither affiliates nor members are complete subsets of each other. I’ll try to explain what I want another way.
First, I want affiliates to have their own content that is only available to affiliates, but not to members who are not affiliates.
Secondly, I want all affiliates to have access to the free members content automatically, but not be on the free members list, or have to join as free members.
Third, I also want premium membership levels with content that will not be available to affiliates unless the affiliate is also a member at that premium level.
I want just the opposite of what you just said. Instead of having all members of a certain level automatically be affiliates, I want all my affiliates to automatically have access to the content of a certain membership level, some of which content will be the same as what’s available to some members who are not affiliates, some of which will be for affiliate eyes only. It sounds like you have most of the ingredients in the kitchen, we might just have to use a different recipe.January 9, 2013 at 5:24 pm in reply to: Displaying the Affiliate company name to the Visitor #52888
This seems related enough to put it in this thread rather than starting a new one.
Like many sites, I offer only a free membership to visitors; paid memberships are only offered to free members. By the time somebody moves from a visitor to a free member to a paying member, they may have clicked on links to my site from more than one affiliate.
As I understand it, the way wpaffiliate works now, (not counting expiration options) I have only two choices for all paid membership purchases:
The first referring affiliate gets the commissions.
The last referring affiliate gets the commissions.
Neither solution seems ideal to me. (Although there’s so much right about your software that I could live with either.)
What I’d like, if possible, (and I expect other users would, too) would be to keep an array of all referring affiliates. Then, when a free member makes an upgrade to paid membership, if there is more than one referring affiliate, the member can choose which affiliate most inspired the involvement. For me, this would probably be best done with radio buttons, with the referrers listed in descending date order (although some users will probably want it ascending), and the default checked choice being the last referrer (although some users will probably want the first one to be the default).
I’d want to say something like:
You were referred to our site by more than one of our affiliates. Please select which of the following affiliates most inspired your membership upgrade:
[radio checked] [last referring affiliate]
[radio] [2nd to last referring affiliate]
[radio] [3rd to last referring affiliate]
Is this possible?
Thanks for your great software and great support.
- The first referring affiliate gets the commissions.