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Great! Would you perhaps have a minute to send me the line in the right syntax? As I said, I dont know the PHP. I know I am asking maybe too much… .
This actually could be beneficial for others. Everyone wants to have as few form lines on an optin page as possible as every additional form field means painful conversion percents down.
I see. Maybe one more stupid question. Would it work if we still leave out the lines I mentioned and instead of them set the initial password value to (sorry for the syntax):
password_variable = md5 (theemailthatuserentered_string);
So we would have the rightly mashed password – the email entered by the user in the right place and simply go on.
… or if this is not possible, than we could use some fixed initial password value – some constant that we would assign to the password variable. I just need to avoid to put the password field on the registration form.
I had the default values but as soon as I changed them now, it works fine. Thanks for the hint.
Hi, I found that when a member asks for a pasword reset, she gets an empty email with no subject and body text from WordPress. The password is changed as the old one does not work. The problem is obviously that the email where the new password info should be is empty.
Could this be caused by the proposed change?
I have commented out the following lines and it works:
<td><label for=”member_level” class=”eMember_label”> <?php echo EMEMBER_MEMBERSHIP_LEVEL;?>*: </label></td>
<td><input type=”text” id=”member_level” name=”member_level” size=”20″ value=”<?php echo $_POST;?>” class=”eMember_text_input eMember_required” readonly /></td>
I now think it was not eMember. There is one plugin that has been released in quite raw state and killed many webs including mine. I reinstalled everything and eMember works like charm.
Good, how would I remove the membership level from the form?
I also want to add that I always find one membership level that I have not created. It is called Content Protection. Sometimes there are two. When I delete them, it is back in soon.
I have tried to switch the theme, to switch off all the plugins, nothing helped.
I am not sure what to do next.
Thanks woodpecker34, I did the same. I hope one day the world will be perfect and the theme producers will include squeeze page in each of the templates or/and membership plugin producers will give us a chance to put the form on another url. Just one day…
OK, thanks for explanation.
I see. So, is there any html or php code I would put to my optin site that would display and run your eMember optin form from the member site?
Actually, as far as I know most internet marketers (including myself) use one site as optin site and different site as a membership site. There are good reasons for it.
So I need the members on the membership site (driven by eMember) to sign up in the form that is placed in the optin site. Both sites use different wordpress installations and sometimes the optin site is html only.
The dream scenario would be to have only autoresponder optin (aweber, mailchimp, …) and a membership plugin that would synchronize its members list with the autoresponder database but unfortunatelly we only have to dream it, the membership software producers dont want to do it – probably because it is not doable.
Is there any html optin code that I would post to a different site where people would sign up in eMember on my wp site?
… but I dont want the user to get this email at all.