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November 24, 2015 at 4:38 pm in reply to: What's the best way to customize the member profile page fields? #71933
Yes, I did exactly that before contacting you and am using winmerge indeed. So thank you for the good tip
But what I was asking is if there was a better way to customise the profile page than overwriting your core files.
thanks!November 24, 2015 at 10:39 am in reply to: What's the best way to customize the member profile page fields? #71931
Yes: I kept a copy of the original files from Oct 2013 so I am able to see all changes we made. In addition to eMember_profile_utils we also added a few lines to:
– cookie duration
– silent logout
– added function get_wp_eMember_paypal_fields($args)
– translated countries to French
– added wordpress social login to the formNovember 23, 2015 at 8:14 am in reply to: What's the best way to customize the member profile page fields? #71929
We already completely built the profile page a few years ago on the eMember platform.
The problem is that we customised the following code:
So we have been unable to upgrade eMember in quite a while! I want to restart everything and customise eMember in a way that does not break our ability to upgrade eMemeber.
I use a persistent cache (memcache / redis). I’m simply storing the membership level and the avatar URL for all users in memory to avoid the database call. These elements are called on every single page.
Caching of these works perfectly well.
I am looking for the *eMember* madmimi integration (and not eStore). Is this available?
The link you pointed me to is actually interesting: I cannot transfer subscriptions to another paypal account.
So this rules out migrating existing users.
What about new users? How would I manage these while I have in effect 2 paypal accounts charging users (1 for current users recurring subscriptions and 1 for new users).
I am not using eStore to manage my eMember subscriptions.
I am indeed talking about a completely different paypal account.
My current paypal account is a personnal acccount and I must move new purchases to my business account and ideally migrate existing accounts to the new one as well if possible.April 17, 2015 at 2:57 pm in reply to: Premium membership expires despite continued paypal payment #69606
Inactive? An inactive user is unable to log into the website, even if I set the option of allowing “expired” users to log in. Do you perhaps mean “expired”?
Also I tried on an expired member the button:
and it does not change the status of the user from expired to active.
I seem really stuck to revert back a premium user (level 3) to a free user (level 2) after the end of paypal payments.April 17, 2015 at 1:58 pm in reply to: Premium membership expires despite continued paypal payment #69605
So “inactive” means they can no longer access any content on the site? I would need to send them to a page with the following button:
Where my level 2 is the free – always active – level.
This would also switch them automatically to active right?
Is there no way to automatically switch users who stop apying without forcing them to click on a button?
thanks!April 16, 2015 at 8:40 am in reply to: Premium membership expires despite continued paypal payment #69603
I had it set to 3 months here:
and I was using the paypal subscription. So reading your article I see a mismatch.
I have now switched the eMember option to “never expire”.
– Will premium members switch back to normal members after they stop paying?
– I suppose I now need to manually switch all premium members who had paid their recurring fee from expired to active?August 20, 2014 at 7:57 pm in reply to: eMember and Google Analytics Member level tracking #65029
Custom variables in google analytics allow you to send customised information to google analytics such as author, date of post, logged in or not…
Joost’s Google Analytics plugin allows to track logged in users (subscriber / editor / author / administrator).
I was wondering how to implement tracking of WP eMember level.
How can i pass more fields into the API like country name, postal code etc for registration?
Do I absolutely need the last name?
I want it to send the member the activation email, exactly like when the user is using the eMember registration form to sign up.
So it’s exactly like a registration.
I should also add that before they click on the activate link and before the 48h are gone, they have a subscription_starts which is blank. This is only filled once the 48h are over.