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Of course I realise that it is not related directly to the plugins but it may be something that another user has experienced and therefore I thought it was worth asking in order to assist myself and others into the future especially as you recommend the W3 total cache plugin and explain how to use it with the estore and emember plugin both of which I have purchased from you.
As a customer of yours I am a little disappointed by the reply from admin which does seem a little patronising ‘Well the error is very obvious’ not sure why you felt the need to reply in such a way and for those of us who are not PHP and plugin experts I would say it is not always obvious and any help and advice is appreciated.
I have tried to install wp total cache and am not even able to install it as I am receiving this fatal error?
‘Sorry, AWeber Web Forms requires PHP 5.2 or higher. Please deactivate AWeber Web Forms’.
Obviously I dont want to lose my aweber features and wondered if you can kindly advise what I can do?
Many thanksFebruary 25, 2011 at 9:18 am in reply to: Members show up on eMember dashboard but not under manage members #29416
Many thanks all working fine now.
Customer service excellent as ever…
Thanks againFebruary 24, 2011 at 11:53 am in reply to: Members show up on eMember dashboard but not under manage members #29407
Just a quick follow up I also have Wp affiliate and Wp estore and all seems fine with these programmes.
The problem in wp eMember is that I cannot access the content membership level protection area as it is not listing any pages and nor is it listing any members in the members area.
Please advise asap as this is obviously quite a serious issue.
Many thanksFebruary 24, 2011 at 11:38 am in reply to: Members show up on eMember dashboard but not under manage members #29406
Yes I have the same problem.
I automatically upgraded to WordPress 3.1 and ever since I cannot see the members listed.
Im using WP eMembers – Members v5.9.5
Please advise what to do as something isnt right somewhere?
Many thanks for the speedy reply I assume then that the approach I outlined at the beginning of my last post is the only option ie the 12 membership levels with 12 separate pages?.
One other quick question. I want to offer 3 separate memberships covering different subjects however some customers may want to purchase 1, 2 or maybe 3 of these services?
I understand reading another thread that one person cannot purchase 2 or more subscriptions is that right?
Is the only way around it to create a multiple membership option which would mean they could then have access to the other areas?