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Some pre-sale questions (2 posts)

  1. Osu
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi,

    Fantastic-looking plugin so far, I'm really impressed. I have some questions before I sign up to paid support:

    - Is there a way for admin and members to edit their billing address details? If so, how as I only see a way to edit the card details on the Membership Account page.
    - I need to add additional meta data fields when users sign up like 'specialism' and 'age', is this something that you could help me with if I went for paid support?
    - On that topic, would all those meta data fields be exported when using the Export function of this plugin? It seems like PMPro exports data from tables outside the default WP ones used for user meta data...
    - I need to use this with PayPal Payments pro, am I covered on PCI compliance with this plugin?

    Many thanks, look forward to getting this set up with my site.

    Osu

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/paid-memberships-pro/

  2. strangerstudios
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Admin's cannot edit the billing information for a user. But users can access a form to update their billing information depending on which gateway option is used and if the user's level has a recurring subscription.

    The PMPro Register Helper plugin can be used to add additional fields to the checkout: https://github.com/strangerstudios/pmpro-register-helper

    These fields are not exported by default. You can use the pmpro_members_list_csv_extra_columns hooks to add extra columns to the PMPro member export. I've never written up a how to for that, but if you sign up for support at http://www.paidmembershipspro.com, I can whip something up for you. The fields are stored in the usermeta table if you want to roll your own.

    PMPro will integrate with PayPal Website Payments Pro. PMPro is coded to be PCI compliant (We only store the last 4 digits and expiration date for the credit card, and the forms are protected against cross site hacking, etc. We try to make everything as secure as possible and update frequently.) But there is a whole lot more you would need to do to be PCI compliant. You should read the info on this on the PayPal site.

    Sounds like you should be good to go with PMPro. Good luck.

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