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Which version of WordPress and eMember are you using?
This page might contain what you’re looking for:
Have you had a chance to look through the documentation? At the very least I highly recommend you watch the video for the Affiliate plugin.
I’m not entirely convinced that file permissions are your problem.
Having said that please follow these instructions and collect the required info so that our team can more effectively help you:
First up before you dive in I highly recommend you read and watch the videos in the documentation pages for both eStore and eMember:
The time spent looking at the above links is well worth the effort
Now to answer your questions:
In terms of delivering the link for the pdf download you might want to check out this page:
Regarding the access to member-only pages, this is also quite easy to do using shortcodes which you can place on the page which you are trying to protect from non-members. see this link:
To integrate a product in eStore and a membership level in eMember you can use the “Reference Text” field in the “Additional Product Details” section.November 6, 2011 at 10:08 pm in reply to: What is the Shortcodes to display “Add to Cart” + “Price” #38185
As far as I’m aware, eStore doesn’t display add to cart button with price only.
To do that will require modifying the code.
If I find out how to do it I will post another reply.November 6, 2011 at 6:48 am in reply to: Way to raise price automatically based on # of units sold? #38197
I’m not aware of eStore being able to do what you are asking.
You could however try using the inventory control setting and limit the number of copies of a product at a certain “special” price and then offer your customers the same product at a higher price once the “special” runs out.November 6, 2011 at 6:32 am in reply to: What is the Shortcodes to display “Add to Cart” + “Price” #38183
If you simply use the following shortcode it will display your product with an image and a price and an “Add to Cart” button:
[wp_eStore_fancy1 id=<your product ID>]
or similarly you can also use:
[wp_eStore_fancy2 id=<your product ID>]
Try these out and choose which one suits you.November 5, 2011 at 9:47 pm in reply to: Logging in: Undefined Function 'get_userdatabylogin' #38191
Have you tried deleting the current version and loading a fresh copy of the plugin? Sometimes files may have been corrupted during the upload process.
See the following links for info about how to get the latest plugin version and then how to re-install. You will not lose any data when doing this so don’t be concerned about that.
The first link above which also references the following has appropriate instructions for upgrading/installing eMember plugin:
So once you’ve done that try switching to the standard WP theme to see if your theme may be causing the problem. (follow instructions in the second link in my reply above)
I’d recommend the first thing you should do is re-install a fresh version of the plugin:
Then if you are still seeing problems, do the following steps to see if it may be your theme that is causing a conflict:
You could potentially use the “Collect Customer Input” field to collect your customers’ contact numbers. This field can be found in your product configuration settings in the “Additional Product Details” section. You can enable it so it is displayed next to your “add to cart” button and label it accordingly – eg, “Enter your contact number”.
Then if your customers enter their phone numbers this information will be sent back to you in the IPN message.
In general phone numbers are not mandatory in Paypal payments, hence such an item may not always be sent by paypal in the IPN message.
There are some cases however where phone numbers will always be sent by paypal in the IPN message such as when someone uses a credit card for purchasing.
See the first reply by the administrator in the link below for some other suggestions on what you could do:
Also this might be useful too:
As far as I know eStore doesn’t have a specific setup for gift certificates.
If the eStore plugin is still not registering the purchase it means that a successful purchase as far as eStore is concerned has likely not been completed, ie, something in the chain of messages which are sent when you make a purchase has failed.
So have you tried making some test calls using paypal sandbox and debug enabled following the instructions as shown in the links posted in this thread yesterday?
In addition if you’re still having no luck it’s also a good idea to leave debug enabled and post a link to your site so that the support people can take a closer look.