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I have deleted the site and recreated it and all is well now. I obviously didn’t get it moved over correctly.
I had created the test copy in a subfolder on my old host account by cloning the live site. It does have it’s own copy of the WP database, which I also migrated over. I moved the site by using ftp from GoDaddy to Bluehost. I then exported/imported each of the two databases (one for live site and one for tet site). I updated the wp-config files to match them up with the correct database. The live site is great, but the test site is not well (as you can see).
Thank you. The thing is that this member paid after I cloned the site. I should clarify that I’ve made significant design changes to the cloned site, so I only want to bring in this piece of data rather than cloning again. Can I transfer just that payment record?
Oh! I needed to refresh the list. I guess it took a little bit to record my purchase of eStore because it wasn’t there right after my purchase.
Yes, that’s where I looked, but I couldn’t find it.February 12, 2018 at 9:36 pm in reply to: eMember – membership payments and Formidable Forms paypal addon? #77267
OK. Thanks!February 12, 2018 at 3:58 am in reply to: eMember – membership payments and Formidable Forms paypal addon? #77265
Ah! I think I need to buy your eStore plugin! One question, though. How would I get the number of items a user has purchased? I would need to use the number of high school student registrations purchased to limit those registrations. Is there a way to get that information? I see that I can display purchases using [wp_eStore_members_purchase_history], but what I want is to be able to retrieve the quantity of a particular product purchased by a user and use that number in code on the back end. So, if a user pays for registration of 2 high school students, I need to retrieve 2 for that member and limit their submissions to 2 in the Formidable form.February 11, 2018 at 11:57 pm in reply to: eMember – membership payments and Formidable Forms paypal addon? #77264
I have a school records keeping site for homeschoolers. I use eMember to protect content based on a family being registered, enrolled, or inactive. I currently have only 2 membership payment buttons; one for new families which includes a registration fee along with tuition and one for renewing families which is tuition only. The tuition and fee apply to everyone in the family and a single user may have multiple students
In the fall, I will be charging additional fees at registration; one amount for each high school student and another for each student who needs transferred grades entered into my database.
After a user has purchased a membership, they have access to add their students. I need to keep track of how many high school student registrations and grades transfers each user has paid for so that they cannot register for more than that amount without additional payment. I use Formidable Forms for all student information and records and each student is tied to a particular user id.
I understand that I can create multiple membership buttons for a particular membership level, but it would be so nice to just use a Formidable form to have the user record the number of high school students and grades transfers for each user and then have it calculate the total due and then pay the membership fee all at once on submit. I can then use that data to control student registrations by that user and know if I’ve been paid to transcribe any grades that come in as records transfers.
I have created a separate button for each possible scenario which I can display conditionally based on what is entered in a Formidable form. It’s an awful lot of buttons and I’m wondering if there is a more elegant solution, such as with a calculated total that is applied to a single button for each membership level AND allows me to tie the items paid for to the user.
I was thinking at first that maybe I’d use the Formidable Forms PayPal plugin to charge for the high school student and grades transfer fees only, but then decided that it would be annoying to the user to have to make separate payments.
Do you have a suggestion for a better way to do this?
I have realized that it is not showing up when I have the member login in a modal pop-up, but it is showing up on the regular login page. I don’t know if there is any way to correct this and keep the pop-up or if I need to just skip that and direct to the login page.
OK. Actually, I’ll send you to the cloned/test site instead.
Hi, sorry for the delay in responding. My site is here: [www.poudreriverschool.com] Thanks!July 26, 2017 at 1:11 am in reply to: eMember – Is it possible to have email to admin after customer update profile? #54762
Thank you!July 25, 2017 at 2:41 am in reply to: eMember – Is it possible to have email to admin after customer update profile? #54760
Can I use this function code without “wp_eMember_get_user_details($field_name)”? If I just have “my_custom_after_profile_update_code($fields)”, that will pass the current logged-in user’s field data?
Thank you for clarifying.July 19, 2017 at 4:42 am in reply to: eMember – Add class for reset password form messages? #76044
Thank you so much