Support » Plugin: Paid Memberships Pro » Conflict between PMpro and Mingle plugin

  • Resolved agrolsy

    (@agrolsy)


    Hi

    I’m using PMpro and the Mingle plugin, which works well until checkout where Mingle in someway seems to interfer. The user gets the emails of the correct level, gets access to the correct level etc, but when trying to access the account page one is directed to the levels page. Does anyone have a solution to that problem?

    best
    Elsa

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/paid-memberships-pro/

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  • Plugin Author Jessica Oros

    (@jessica-o)

    Hey Elsa,

    Unfortunately, I’m not too familiar with Mingle, and when I tried installing it just now (with no other plugins activated), it triggered a fatal error and couldn’t activate. However, you might want to make sure all your Page settings are correct under Membership > Page Settings first.

    Thanks,
    Jess

    Yes, the pages are correct (if I disable Mingle everything works just fine)

    that fatal error when enabling the plugin is solved by doing this
    In plugins/mingle/classes/models/MnglBoardPost.php
    change line 19 from
    !is_object(&$this_object) )
    to
    !is_object($this_object) )

    In plugins/mingle/classes/models/MnglBoardsHelper.php
    change line 11 from
    !is_object(&$this_object) )
    to
    !is_object($this_object) )

    Hello, when users are redirected to the levels page after clicking on the account page, it is usually because they don’t have and account or have not logged in. Is PMPro + Mingle exhibiting this behavior when a logged in user attempts to access their account page?

    yes

    Plugin Author Jessica Oros

    (@jessica-o)

    If you have to edit a core plugin file just to even be able to activate Mingle, that might be a sign that the plugin isn’t that great, and you could and probably will run into more problems later on. A lot of PMPro customers use BuddyPress as a social media platform integration, but if you don’t want to switch, this might be a problem that would be better handled by the Mingle team.

    Of course I’ve asked the mingle team as well, but I wanted input from you as well. (in terms of how to solve it, if you had any suggestions other than switching to another plugin)

    At this point, I think it’s the best we can do. I think having to edit a core plugin file means that there’s probably a bug in that plugin. Since you have reached out to the Mingle team, it would be nice to know what’s causing the issue, but if you want to get up and running quickly I agree with Jessica in going with BuddyPress.

    Plugin Author Jessica Oros

    (@jessica-o)

    Marking this as resolved.

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