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I have found a solution that works for me, but I’m not sure that this will work for everyone. I’ve had to do this for two different clients. I removed the shortcode[wp_eMember_compact_login]. Then for the member pages that I wanted to fancy logon associated with, I made templates especially for those pages and added the php <?php echo eMember_compact_login_widget(); ?> into the template where I wanted the members name and logout link to appear.
It appears, at least on my end that the shortcode [wp_eMember_compact_login]conflicts with the fancy login on pages that have the shortcode. Having the php in the template file seems to work. So I’ve taken out the shortcode and am just using the php code.
Thanks for looking into this, but for me, it’s solved.
Just checking anything on my issue?
I also have tried this out as a test on a completely different website, with the same result. The fancy login doesn’t work when the page has the [wp_eMember_compact_login] on it.
It Still Doesn’t work.
The only pages that it doesn’t on are pages that have this shortcode on them:
If I remove the shortcode, then the fancy login works.
Both things are a part of the same plugin, so they should work together.
Thanks for your efforts.
I’ll give it a try.
The only thing different is the [wp_eMember_compact_login] shortcode.
If I take out that shortcode, the fancy login works.
My Client wants that shortcode because it welcomes the member.
I cleared my cache and on this URL:
it doesn’t work. I also tried it on two other computers with different operating systems that had never been to the site before and it doesn’t work on those either.
If you meant this URL:
I included that as a URL where the Fancy Login worked. The Video Blog page does not have the [wp_eMember_compact_login] shortcode on it.
At this URL:
I’ll clear my Cache and try it again
@Bokja, look cafefully at the settings page, you will see it in there.
Sorry, I meant to add this as well.
Here is a link to a page where the fancy login works:August 28, 2012 at 5:39 pm in reply to: eMember – Custom Fields Dropdown Required Field Question #48443
Thanks, this works perfectly!
No, it still doesn’t work. I deleted the plugin and reinstalled it, but it still doesn’t work.
The only way to get it to work is by removing this shortcode from the page:[wp_eMember_compact_login]
Anyway of getting it so that there can be the floating login box and the member greeting with [wp_eMember_compact_login]
Below is the link to one of the pages that doesn’t work.
ThanksAugust 27, 2012 at 2:07 pm in reply to: eMember – Custom Fields Dropdown Required Field Question #48442
I just put in a request for the new build. I will let you know.
Thanks for the effort!
Thanks, I’ll get a new version and let you know.
Thanks!August 16, 2012 at 11:59 am in reply to: eMember – Custom Fields Dropdown Required Field Question #48436
I look forward to hearing from you.
Hey, forget about that.
I did some Googling and got it figured out and it all seems to work.
Anyway you could make it so that people could have spaces unless they, clicked to enable the Affiliate plugin? This way it would keep everyone covered for support and still allow flexibility.
On my Clients site, they want people to use their real names, which requires a space. They are not doing and Affiliate program. eMember is a very cool, full functional program and I can do a lot with it and really like it.
If you can figure out a way to allow spaces for people not running Affiliate programs, that would really kick major arse!