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June 26, 2019 at 6:55 pm in reply to: Is it possible show in the admin panel how many members you have by type?? #18504
Well that shows me what levels I have. But I wanted to know at a glance how many members I have for each member level.
The very cumbersome way I found to do this was to download a spreadsheet… not really ideal!
Surely there is a really simple way to do this?
Hi, are you using the Form Builder addon?
Yes, we are.
MichaelMay 3, 2019 at 6:58 pm in reply to: Feature request: more “linking” to users WordPress profile #18108
Thank you. When you say “Forum” fields, which fields are you referring to specifically?
For example, being able to include on the profile page fields such as the forum signature, website addresses, that all cross link to the users WordPress profile. I’d only need to direct people to one place to update their details then.
I’m finding BBPress a bit daffy when creating a dynamic profile link in the main navigation menu.
I feel you can already do #2 by using the section protection feature:
You should be able to make it so the buy buttons are within a section that only shows if they don’t have that membership level active already.
That’s a really good shout… i’ll Give that a try 🙂
That update is perfect!
It’s really smart – and it’s allowed me to put it in the section I have for the member level…
Please build this into future updates!
I’m really happy – thank you!
Yes that’s correct, hence me suggesting an optional form field could be a great way to go about this.
It would give everyone who has the form builder an option of whether to show this field or not.
Thanks so much for your assistance.
Ideally it’d be great if it was a simple drop in form field… whilst for the majority of people it won’t matter, for our car club the membership number is required to be given to insurers to ensure they receive a member discount.
Even though we display it on the profile page it gets over looked, as things like the membership level are automatically shown.
So, please, please please can it not be a field that could be added using the form builder?
No, that’s what we’re using at the moment. But we want it to be a field on the profile form. Having everything wrapped in the form looks neater and gives users a consistent look and feel.
For example, the form contains the member level (I.e. paid or free) and we want to display the membership number in the same way.
Ok, so I think after many hours I’ve finally fixed the issue.
You cannot use miniOrange (two form factor authentication) with Simple Membership Plugin.
If you do, you’ll get thrown to wherever the Plugin’s feel like it.
Are there any two form factor plugin’s that do work with SWMP?
So I’ve done a bit more looking into this tonight… I’ve turned on the debug files. In Safari this is returned:
[08/08/2018 6:35 PM] – SUCCESS: Authentication request – Username: xxx
[08/08/2018 6:35 PM] – SUCCESS: Authentication successful for username: xxx. Executing swpm_login action hook.
[08/08/2018 6:35 PM] – SUCCESS: Trying wp_signon() with username: xxx
[08/08/2018 6:35 PM] – SUCCESS: wp_authenticate action. User with username: xxx is already logged in.
In Chrome/Google the following lines are created:
[08/08/2018 6:31 PM] – SUCCESS: Authentication request – Username: xxx
[08/08/2018 6:31 PM] – SUCCESS: Authentication successful for username: xxx. Executing swpm_login action hook.
[08/08/2018 6:31 PM] – SUCCESS: static function swpm_login(). User is logged in. WP Username: xxx
I have also set up a sub domain, and done another fresh wordpress installation as well as SWPM and redirect script – which is using the default wordpress theme, and no SSL (at the moment). The script appears to work OK this new installation.
I’ll try and role the site theme back to the default wordpress one – but am worried that I’ll lose things.
So, this is starting to really irritate our members as well as me.
The logging in and redirecting is just not working as it should.
Despite previous comments, different browsers react differently:
Safari – redirects the user back to site homepage. They then have to navigate back to where they started out.
Firefox – displays a member summary which then allows them to click members home to go to the web page.
Google Chrome – as per Safari.
Internet Explorer – as per Safari.
This is a shocking journey, and having disabled everything except the SWPM “stuff” the fault was still present.
Nothing has changed server side, and we’ve had SSL active on the site since May, all with no issues until recently.
As an organisation we have purchased a number of add-one for SWPM, and do not want to loose this money, in turn we don’t want to loose members either.
Can someone please help us??
A few days ago, you posted a screenshot with some PHP errors. Please download the latest update, and let us know if there is any change.
The PHP errors are no longer present.
The site still doesn’t direct to where it should.
Anymore help or suggestions here?
I really don’t know what to do to rectify this?