Support » Plugin: Membership 2 » [Plugin: Membership lite] New Membership Plugin

  • Hi All,

    We’re hoping that you’ll like the brand new Membership plugin we’ve just released here at wordpress.org:

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/membership

    Essentially it’s a fully featured, PayPal integrated membership plugin that comes with a couple of important difference to all the other membership plugins out there/

    1. It’s free 🙂
    2. It works!

    It’s the product of 6+ months of development by the WPMU DEV team and we’re planning on improving it all the time.

    Sure it’s got a ‘pro’ cousin, but for the vast majority of users the features here will fit requirements perfectly.

    So… we’d love to know your thoughts, questions, suggestions and requests!

    Cheers, James
    WPMU DEV

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  • BTW, we’ve just updated the plugin with lots of good new stuff (and a fix for the non admin user install rules)

    So I installed this, I see the tables wp_1 in there, however I can’t add levels or subscriptions. The “add” link goes nowhere. It appears to not have anything linked to it.

    I read the readme, says to go to your site for help, beginning with http://premium….. so I can’t get help without first purchasing it?

    Daniel

    (@danielhaim1)

    Interesting stuff, thanks for sharing guys!

    Hiya rhrobert,

    So you’ve got the plugin installed and you can see the Membership menus in your WordPress admin, but the add link for levels or subscriptions doesn’t work?

    If that’s correct, it sounds like a javascript issue to me. Could you try disabling other plugins and see if the links begin to work for ya?

    Let us know, we’d love to see this working for ya!

    Thanks for the fast response. The only 2 plugins installed are
    Fast Secure Contact Form, and LBAK User Tracking.

    I thought I had tested with one and then the other disabled, but apparently I didn’t disable LBAK User Tracking. With that disable, I am able to use the “Add” function. Not sure why there is a conflict there.

    Once I enabled it again, the “Add” feature stopped working again. Disabling LBAK User Tracking brings full functionality back, almost.

    While everything now shows up, creating a new level or subscription, just returns me to the list with no level or subscription created, even though it appeared to add it.

    I’ll dig around and see what I can find.

    doublepost

    Hiya rhrobert,

    That sounds like the LBAK User Track plugin is probably loading some js in areas it shouldn’t. Your best bet is to contact that developer and let them know of the issue.

    You can enable the console and script tag in firebug and check out the error for yourself and report it to their developers.

    In the least I’d recommend disabling it for the entire time you’re working with the membership settings area.

    On the “Edit – new level” page after adding the rules you should be able to click the ‘add’ button at the bottom and see it added to your list of levels. It also should be labeled ‘inactive’ by default.

    Let us know! Thanks!

    Yeah, the new level adding wasn’t working. It said successful, but no level showed up. I tracked the problem down however.

    It wasn’t creating the wp_m_ tables, only showed the wp_1_ tables.
    I checked the wp_options and it was showing M_installed.

    I deleted the M_ mentions from the options database, and re enabled the plugin.
    Viola! Can now add, edit, and remove levels and subscriptions.

    Running into some other issues, but I know that’s because of the wpstore, trying to sell single manuals, and use the membership plugin to sell subscriptions for unlimited access.

    I’ll be playing with this some more, and if it works the way I hope, you’ll have a customer.

    I am trying to install this plugin and cannot get the Membership options to show up in the Dashboard menu. How can I solve this? I have the plugin installed and cannot get any further.

    Hi churchill614,

    You may want to create a new thread on this matter as there may be a lot to go through on it, but for starters you’ll definitely want to ensure you’re running either the latest or a somewhat recent version of WordPress.

    You may also want to deactivate other plugins to ensure there’s not a plugin conflict of some sort.

    Cheers,
    David

    @david

    Thanks for the response, sorry for the delay in replying. I think my problem was a simple misunderstanding about not activating the plugin. When I activated it in the plugins section I eventually found the tab on my dashboard (I wasn’t expecting it to be right at the top either) and noticed there is an activate link on the membership tab too. Overall, my problem is resolved, no thanks to a bit of buffoonery! Could this be made clearer in your installation instructions?

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