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> This is the email that “Buyer” gets right (not the notification sent to admin)?
> Do you have the “Use WordPress Mailing System” option checked in the eStore’s settings menu?
> Are you using a plugin like the following?
Thanks for that, I’ve got it installed now, just tested and it works perfect.
Mobile Aegis <Richard.Pickett@CSRTechnologies.com>
I have promotions where I send several coupons together, all for the same product.
The first coupon is 100% off. The second is 50%, etc. Those coupons have distinct limits, only the first X people can use that first coupon, when someone tries to use a “used up” coupon they are notified and can then try the next coupon, until the find one that works. There is a coupon that has no limit, usually a 25% savings.
It’d be nice if the cart was smart enough to realize the total amount was $0 and not make the person go to paypal, just mark the coupon as “used” and send them on to the “purchase completed” page.
Does it do that? Or, how can I accomplish this?
I’d really like to avoid the manual-checkout method, because it requires me to manually approve every “free” purchase and leaves the door open for people who were going to pay to use it and I have to go through the process of telling them they have to use paypal to complete their order (then they ask, “why do you have a manual check out if you don’t use it?”). The manual-checkout method for $0 products is pretty ignorant.
That was covered in this statement:
“and give the affiliates several different discount level coupons”
So I’d give them a coupon that is 50%, another coupon that is 40%, another 30%, etc…
So I think the answer to my post is “yes” – I mark the item as 100% commissionable and then let them use whatever coupon they want, or none at all. Whatever the individual pays will go to the affiliate.
That’s not really an answer. Although that topic is related, your answer there doesn’t answer this one.
I can still pay 100% commission, just not directly at the purchase. So my question still stands.
Is there a way to do it the other way around? (wp account creation triggers eMmember account)
The reason I ask, my theme has a lightbox popup for wp account creation and it would be smoother to just leave that in place and have the eMember accounts automatically created.
I put in debugging code and even though the account was logged in to wp they weren’t logged in to eMember. Logged out and tried to login to eMember – bad password, reset it, logged back in w/ new password using the wp login (theme comes with fancy lightbox), now it’s also logged into eMember and content displays as expected.
Still left with the same end-question:
Is there a way to protect by category and still allow the teaser/more functionality I’m looking for above?
I completely get the difference between the teaser and the protected block. Took me a minute, but it’s pretty clear.
What I want: teaser content is viewable by all, whether on blog page or on the actual post itself. Only the non-teaser (the rest of the content) should be viewable on the actual post itself by the membership level granted access to that post/category/whatever.
I *think* to accomplish this I have to have the post like this:
This is protected.
where “free member” is ID 2. (it would be nice to say “everything greater than 2”, or to just let this be managed by the category and just have [emember_protected])
I have 4 levels of membership, including a free.
Under general protection I have *none* of the items selected under each of the categories.
I go to “free membership” general levels and also *nothing* is selected. (doesn’t matter, I can actually grant the access to the post here and it still doesn’t work).
So, I have a post with the code above, explicitly allowing “free” accounts to access the content, yet, they can’t. I login with my free account and it still shows “This content is for members only”.
What am I doing wrong, and what is the easiest way? I’d love it if I could just assign the protection by category, but it doesn’t appear that works w/ the teaser/more tag the way I’m looking to do it.
Thanks for your help and suggestions!
looks good so far!
ah. I just downloaded an update to the plugins a couple weeks ago and now they’re already outdated!!!
So, I just pulled the latest versions down and we’ll see how they go.
wow, worse than I initially thought, I ended up changing these files (basically searched for ‘event’, figured out if it was being used for the admin-ajax call and if “yes”, changed it to ‘action’). I can send you my copy of these files if you want to check – basically after you make your edits we should have ended up with the same thing, maybe you’ll find something I missed, maybe the other way around. either way, here’s the list:
I never could figure out why certain things on the plugin just didn’t work, too many things actually.
looking through your code, you have a number of places where you call admin-ajax and you pass in “event” instead of “action”.
Did wp 3.1 make a change on that var?
Either way, looks like you need to patch this up. Let me know how I can download the update once you have it done.
That’s ironic. TinkBD listed shortcodes in his/her post and you don’t even have them in your pdf you’re recommending people to go download.
That was it. I figured out which plugin it was and took out the jquery line it was adding to the pages. Now it’s back to normal and the other plugin is still working.
I’m having this exact problem on posts.
I have “Enable More Tag Protection” enabled.
No matter what combination of “protected” / “not protected” and membership levels I use, a non-logged in visitor just sees “Please login to view this content….” No pre-more tag data is displayed.