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That is a brilliant idea. So I can make the page with the shortcode “[wp_eMember_my_membership_levels]` ito the redirect page after a member pays, for one or subsequent courses. I will try a dummy set of courses with the RAZORPAY Buy Now button to see how it can fit in with the workflow of eMemnber … if I get stuck I’ll come back to you.
Thanks for the help. It’s always awesome!
The specific mini plugin for Gravity Forms is at: https://gist.github.com/westonruter/b2554073461707a88057bb86b6b603d6
I initially tried this pluginbut had to remove ajax=”true
from the Gravity Form shortcode and change the confirmation of the form from “tet” to a separate “thank uou page”.
Now the Gravity form first says “Submitting …” and then it shows “Redirecting …” and goes to the correct page. And the notifications to admin and subscriber arrive in the right email boxes correctly. It also sends subscriber to mailchimp correctly.
Thanks and regards,
The guty at AMP for WordPress have a bunch of mini-plugins including one for Gravity Forms at: https://amp-wp.org/documentation/getting-started/extending-amp-compatibility-extensions-and-mini-plugins/
I have to use many reply posts as the forum is not allowing me to add many links pages.
The estore problem page is here: https://solohacks-academy.com/mentoring/
The AMP for WordPress plugin I am using is here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/amp/April 18, 2021 at 6:41 pm in reply to: Regarding Terms and Conditons for eStore, Affiliate platform and eMember #82891
Thanks for the help. My email box is now Okay. My service provider had a temporary blip.April 11, 2021 at 7:02 pm in reply to: Request help with setting up Stripe with eStore (and eMember) #82867
Could someone please help with the Stripe integration this week? I can correspond by email regarding my login credentials for my Stripe account and my WordPress.April 9, 2021 at 4:05 pm in reply to: Request help with setting up Stripe with eStore (and eMember) #82862
Okay, thanks.January 28, 2021 at 8:02 pm in reply to: Using Mailchimp integration in WP eMember vs eStore #82430
Ah, ok thanks.January 28, 2021 at 5:46 pm in reply to: Using Mailchimp integration in WP eMember vs eStore #82427
OK I got that. Thanks so much.
But one small doubt: Should I put the list name into the Estore general settings, and then in each product put list name with group name?
Or should the list name field in the general settings of eStore be empty?
What should the field in the general settings of eStore overall be if we are putting listname | groupname product-wise?
Thanks, that was great advice. My membership pages are very mobile-friendly as I am creating them now, so I guess your advice is best.
Yes I tried clearing cache etc, but I think I accidentally discovered the solution. I am meant to first block the content generally, and then “allow access” to the category for that membership level. I didn’t do the first step. Now I tried that and it’s working okay.January 7, 2021 at 4:03 am in reply to: Does Emember work with any other forum plugin other than bbpress? #82249
I managed to get a menu in bbpress using genesis plugin for bbpress.July 11, 2020 at 2:32 am in reply to: Does any courseware plugin integrate with WP Estore? Or can I use Emember? #80774
sorry wrongly submittedMarch 1, 2020 at 3:23 am in reply to: emember – integration with any other courseware plugin? #80362
No, I was just looking for a courseware plugin that would work with eMember and found only one option WP Courseware. That one is costly. So I wondered if some new courseware that was less expensive was now integrated with eMember.
In fact I am also toying with the idea of creating a category on my site called “Course” and without any courseware plugin, I can just protect that Course category with eMember so that all the modules inside cannot be accessed unless you are a member of that level.
Could I perhaps bypass getting a courseware tool and use wp eMember itself to create the course content? Each lesson could have on the page a video, a transcript of the video and a worksheet or quiz.
The only problem I’d still have is to offer a “certificate” based on the student’s performance of each lesson quiz. If there was some way to tot up the marks for the certificate-giving, the whle would be dashed simple with just emember, I think?