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This looks like an viable option
By encrypting or encoding the IP and email? or other information from the form or referrer headers you will have a unique code that is easy to read for the submitter to add
I have only used “Really Simple CAPTCHA” made for Contact Form 7 which works really well… info says it’s configurable for other modifications
This one has fairly good reviews also, but I haven’t used it
Captcha. Looks user friendly and simple enough
and Thank You for looking into adding another option to your already excellent plugin
All the bestJune 3, 2012 at 10:47 pm in reply to: eMember – expiration notice reminder showing shortcode #45812
So don’t use any Short Codes for the Expired Email.
Thank you for the reply,
I’m using the automatic login once the user completes the registration, they are logged in the Free account.
I guess it’s a matter of coding choice? when you get the ip info and enter into the database that will or will not allow it to be include within the email.
The IP address of the form submitter is already there immediately upon clicking the registration form. I’m sure there is some logical reasoning you have it this way.
All the best,
Keep up the good work
I love that you guys continually improve on your plugins.
Your the best
Any chance of getting the IP?
ThanksMarch 4, 2012 at 5:20 am in reply to: I deleted a membership level now I cannot access anything in my dashboard at all #18951
Update: Found an extra wp-emember line entry in the database that got stuck. I compared with another working site, didn’t see that line entry, so I removed it. That did the trick.March 4, 2012 at 12:56 am in reply to: I deleted a membership level now I cannot access anything in my dashboard at all #18950
Thanks for the links. Admin privileges are correctly set.
The update I did was done correctly I believe. Deactivated, removed and ftp’d the latest version 7.7.1
The No members showing up in WP eMembers – Manage Members page gives an error referencing:
$j(“input[title!“]”).hint is not a function
Any Ideas?March 3, 2012 at 4:22 pm in reply to: I deleted a membership level now I cannot access anything in my dashboard at all #18948
“Once you have the cPanel login details you can get into your MySQL database and fix it in 2 minutes. I have sent you an email so you should be able to just reply to that email. “
Please post the 2 minute fix, as this may solve an issue I have currently.
No members showing up in WP eMembers – Manage Members
and unable to Add New in the Membership Levels
ThanksFebruary 24, 2011 at 1:52 pm in reply to: Members show up on eMember dashboard but not under manage members #29409
Same issue here…
After the auto install of the latest WordPress release update 3.1
no members displayed, but they are in the database.