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Perfect. Yup…I did set the membership level to no expiry or until cancelled.
Couldn’t that be achieved by using “Product Specific Instructions for Buyer”?
Tried to RSS to this thread, and got “This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below.”
OK…I fixed the parser and tested again.
I get an email asking me to confirm. All is well!
I tried using the “buy now” button, and the redirect didn’t work. I had to switch it to an Add to Cart button.
VelmaOctober 25, 2010 at 3:22 pm in reply to: Questions regarding automatic adding of aweber autoresponder #25776
Hmmmm…think I was already on the client’s newsletter list. Perhaps that’s why I didn’t receive a confirmation email. I’ll have to check into that. Thx.
Thanks. I will.
I went to Posts and Categories and updated General Protection. I checked everything. Now it works.
Fantastic. I like simple.
I am comparing your membership plugin with another, so I hope you can help me with this.
When someone registers as a member, can they use the same login information for Simple Press? Do they use the same database?
Thanks.April 24, 2010 at 4:09 am in reply to: How to add variation control using the "Add to cart" button in the template? #17839
Is there any chance you’ll be converting it over to the shortcode API?April 23, 2010 at 3:32 am in reply to: How to add variation control using the "Add to cart" button in the template? #17837
I figured the work around for this would be a shortcode sidebar plugin. I tried 3, and none of them worked. It simply showed the shoppingcart’s shortcode.
Bummer. Not sure why this shortcode wouldn’t work in any of them.
Yeah! That worked!
By the way…as I shared in my post, I did use the plugin to put PHP in widgets…two of them. Got the parse errors.
And, I copied and pasted the php code I used from your website. http://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/ecommerce/simple-wp-shopping-cart-installation-usage-290 It had the ‘ there, so that’s what I used.
Also, I’d like to include it in my Table. I’m using WP-Table Reloaded. It may be just a compatibility issue. I wanted to put the cart buttons in the bottom row in each column. It will not let me do that with the short code. The first short code shows up, but the two in the next cells don’t work.
I can do it one on top of the other in a column, but not side-by-side in a row. (I hope I’m explaining that clearly.
Anyway…if it’s a compatibility issue, I’m letting you know about it. If it’s something I’m doing incorrectly, I’d love to know what I’m doing wrong.
Thanks for the help. I truly appreciate it!
Tried using the Shortcode Widget too, and that didn’t work.
I’ve used up all my ideas for a workaround.
I tried putting in “Samsarin PHP” plugin, and entered this code in the widget:
<?php echo print_wp_cart_button_for_product(’Emerald Wedding Site’, 1.00); ?>
(The $1 simply for testing purposes.)
I got a parse error.
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in /*****/wp-content/plugins/samsarin-php-widget/samsarin-php-widget.php(96) : eval()’d code on line 1
I tried the PHP Code Widget by Otto, and inserted the same code, and got a parse error as well.
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in /*****/wp-content/plugins/php-code-widget/execphp.php(44) : eval()’d code on line 1
When I look up “unexpected t_string”, it says it’s an error in the code.
So unfortunately I’m back at square one.
Oh, and the table that I was referencing above is at http://loveomylife.com/features … you’ll see the buttons there one on top of the other. Down a column works fine. I wanted them all in a single row, below the prices…so a buy now below each of the prices.
Thanks for your help.