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August 3, 2012 at 3:29 am in reply to: Emember – no aweber api integration in autoresponder setting #48053
Yeah jloswald, you need to be on version 8+ of that plugin. Fill out the form to request an updated copy: https://support.tipsandtricks-hq.com/update-requestAugust 3, 2012 at 2:33 am in reply to: eMember compatibility with WordPress Multisite Mode? #47939
I have granted you super admin privileges to my network and you should have received the password via email as we have done before. The site in question is wplibrary.on.just-ask-kim.com which is listed as “WordPress Video Tutorials Library” in the site list.
The eMember plugin is NOT network enabled. It is site-enabled on wplibrary.x
However, it turns out that not only did the eMember plugin, when installed on the wplibrary.x site write it’s pages to the root site… but it also wrote the WordPress users there.
I had wondered why this user was not in the WP user table and your question in the other thread made me go looking at my users.
So, whereas I had previously mentioned this plugin wrote it’s pages up to root… it ALSO wrote it’s WP users there… so yes, there was actually a copy of this email, belonging to a user, that I did not see.
I would assume the user will now be able to register now that I have removed it’s wp user account from the root site… but why is my wplibrary.x site borrowing the root site’s pages and user table with this plugin?
I’m baffled since I thought plugins were sort of sandboxed and not even able to physically make that “stretch” from one site to another though I suppose the root site is unique.
I am going to retest this registration but I wager it’ll work once and write up to the root site again. That’s definitely not where the record belongs.
I’m going to have to let you explore that one.
At the moment eStore is not activated on this site. I need to set it up for the second phase of this project and need to do something so I’m going to begin installation of it (to potentially configure pay-per post, per the other thread I have open https://support.tipsandtricks-hq.com/forums/topic/wishlist-pay-per-post#post-37416 ). If it gets in in your way, just deactivate it. As I do not know when you’ll have time to look at the site I want to go ahead and get some work done as I’m behind on my deadline.August 3, 2012 at 2:12 am in reply to: Integration with AutoResponse Plus #18986
Since ARP3/ARPReach can do optin by email address to a list email address could we see this component added to eMember in that manner?August 2, 2012 at 6:23 pm in reply to: Wishlist: Pay-per-Post #36127
I personally don’t mind the requirement to use both to make this happen.
It really is code-base from both that if added to eMember would be somewhat redundant based on the current code-split style being used.
But if we’re going to bring both in, then it would be best to do a deep integration to prevent the issues that mxmark is seeing. If someone pays for a post, make them have a way to access all 5, 12, 20+ videos they’ve paid for. This will probably require making them a member record (which I think is why pay-per-post is part of wishlist member, it’s using deep integration into the membership system).August 2, 2012 at 8:17 am in reply to: Wishlist: Pay-per-Post #36124
I agree totally with what blatternet is saying.
I’m looking at the possibility of needing pay-per-post for over 100 posts.
The amount of overhead needed makes me wince.
Normally I’d grab another plugin for this solution but at this point I really want to stay working within the TTHQ plugin stack and integrated into my own affiliate system.
Perhaps wzp’s suggestion could be considered seriously.August 2, 2012 at 3:49 am in reply to: eMember compatibility with WordPress Multisite Mode? #47937
WordPress, current version, multisite.
Network site hosts a number of sites/pages and Satellite, eStore and eMember are all installed but only Satellite is network activated.
On the site I’m setting up today, I activated eMember locally.
It auto-generated it’s pages on the root domain of the network rather then on the site I was working on!
KimAugust 2, 2012 at 3:22 am in reply to: Integration with AutoResponse Plus #18984
Was curious if there had been any further work done towards getting a generic html webform integration?
One that takes the generic autoresponder’s html code, parses the form fields, and passes the data back to the form action.
This should require about three or four pieces of information from the site manager… the original form html …. verify the name and email field IDs… verify the action call.
This would give us the same ability to integrate with generic autoresponders that many plugins use to put optin forms on a blog already (some are GPL some are not).
Like many of the others, I use Autoresponse Plus (which is now ARPReach and has a different software basis) however, any time I integrate these forms into anything I always use a generic html form integration.
Any chance we can see this added soon? Please?
KimAugust 1, 2012 at 9:07 am in reply to: eStore – doesn't appear to work with podpress or powerpress #47960
Sparkles, does it throw a fatal error when you activate eStore and one of the others is running? If so, would you please copy paste the error(s) in here?July 31, 2012 at 9:41 pm in reply to: eMember compatibility with WordPress Multisite Mode? #47936
Thanks John, seems I didn’t turn that one up in my search! Appreciate your help!
KimJuly 16, 2012 at 5:48 am in reply to: WP Affiliate + WP eStore Cross-Domain #47311
Patch files received and uploaded/applied with no issue. I’m out of the office for a few but will get back with you when I know anything either way. Thanks! Awesome support as always. I gave you guys a big shoutout and link from my big facebook page yesterday.
KimJuly 13, 2012 at 8:52 pm in reply to: WP Affiliate + WP eStore Cross-Domain #47308
Yup, thought that might be the case. I’d say take your time but I’m actively in the middle of setting this up and waiting on you
KimJuly 13, 2012 at 4:35 am in reply to: WP Affiliate + WP eStore Cross-Domain #47306
And this code change enables eStore to pass through the lower commission rate that services carry? I don’t want them to pick up the Affiliate plugin’s general 50% commission. If so, then cool
KimMarch 16, 2012 at 9:36 am in reply to: WP Affiliate, PDT, Satellite & Squeeze to Sales Page #43045
I have both my squeeze page and my sales page for this particular project both running on the satellite site. Does that change the answer?
Except for things where I might need the eStore (still confused on that, but that’s for another thread) I don’t intend to publish most of the products OR reports on the affiliate.just-ask-kim.com site which hosts the main plugin.March 16, 2012 at 1:09 am in reply to: WP Affiliate, PDT, Satellite & Squeeze to Sales Page #43043
You lost me on that reply. Now I’m confused. Hrrrm.
Traffic -> Squeeze Page -> Opts in -> Sales Page -> Final destination page
If I only add mydomain.com/salespage to the affiliate platform, then affiliates can only route traffic there directly I would have mydomain.com/salespage?affid
I need affiliates to be able to route traffic to the squeeze page but get traffic for the sales on the sales page mydomain.com/squeezepage so mydomain.com/squeezepage?affid
So it appears I need to add the squeeze page link to the “Ads” section.
However, it also appears that I need to add the sales page to the “Ads” (or somehow else as a product??) or else when Paypal returns from that sales page via PDT there will be no reference to that page in the affiliate platform.
Am I thinking about this wrong?
KimMarch 15, 2012 at 6:59 am in reply to: Does affiliate get commission on all sales from one link? #38442
Does this remain true in the case of satellite plugin use? (Hoping so)