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July 16, 2016 at 1:24 am in reply to: Trial Period Showing as 1 Month in Purchase when 14 Days is selected in Product #73642
It is Authorize.net ARB, and that notes section answered my question.
Thanks for your help!
ViJanuary 4, 2015 at 10:49 pm in reply to: Site Running SSL, links to regular http pages not being tracked #67735
I just ran a test and it seems to be working.
Thanks for your help.
I’m having a similar issue, but the error I’m seeing in the apache error log is this:
PHP NOTICE: A session had already been started – ignoring session_start() [Shopping.php, line 83]
I can see the php sessions directory in the apache2.conf file, and I can look in that directory and see sessions files, but when I add an item to the cart, the 1 item in cart shows up in the side bar, but if I add another item, it stays as one, and if I click on the cart link, it show no items in cart. I believe that it’s sessions related, but I’m stuck on this.
The store is at [http://www.avaiya.com/store]
Thanks for your help!
ViNovember 14, 2013 at 3:13 am in reply to: How do I block direct access to pages that are digital streaming URL's? #58806
I have all of the kinks worked out. Thanks for your help!November 9, 2013 at 11:16 pm in reply to: How do I block direct access to pages that are digital streaming URL's? #58804
I need to protect both digital uploads, and pages. I will check out those pages, and let you know if I have more questions.
I had found this page, but was confused because the addon name doesn’t actually contain the word coupon on the download page.
I’m basically wanting to do this same general thing, but wanting to put a statement around my post (which has custom fields) that says
If (user has access to this content)
display invite to signup.
I currently have the if statement in place just checking if the user is logged into wordpress. (I have wordpress and emember users synched).
I want to be able to have the free users signup for 48 hours of access, and then get an option to upgrade, but I don’t want them to still have access to the content when their emember account expires. (Currently they would because their wordpress account would still exist.)
If this is a recurring membership, how do we control whether the coupon price is applied to recurring purchases or not?
Is there any way to make this coupon code apply a different discount to different products? (since the coupon code has to be the affiliate’s name)March 7, 2013 at 12:45 am in reply to: eMember: "You do not have permission to view the comments." #51946
The posts are protected, but all of the membership levels are allowed.
If I don’t have the “protect comments separately” box unchecked, nobody can see any of the comments – regardless of what level they are in.
If I check the “protect comments separately” box, I then have to approve every comment for every level to allow them to be seen by every level.
It seems like I should be able to uncheck that box, and that everybody would be able to see the comments who can see the posts – but it’s not working the way I would expect.March 5, 2013 at 1:22 am in reply to: eMember: "You do not have permission to view the comments." #51944
I’m having trouble with this same general issue. I get the “You do not have permission to view the comments” message even when I’m logged into an account. If I have the protect comments separately checked, and grant permission to all of the comments to each of the membership levels, they can be seen, but I have to manage each comment to every level each time a comment is made. If I don’t protect comments separately enabled, nobody can see any comments.
I would like to make all comments visible as long as you are logged into a valid user account at any level.
How can I make this work?
ViNovember 4, 2012 at 10:36 pm in reply to: eMember – not protecting Meta Box data for Custom Post Type #49932
I’m having this same issue, except I’m using the genesis theme framework, and using the genesis hook genesis_post_content.
I tried to add a filter for genesis_post_content after the the_content line. (currently line 300 in the wp_Emember1.php file.
Looking in your file, it looks like that secure content runs on a post is auth_check post. I’m thinking that I might be able manually return auth_check_post on my content function.
Will this take care of it, or is there more that needs to be done to secure the content?