Support » Plugin: WP-Members: Membership Framework » [Plugin: WP-Members] Plugin Examples and No Password Field

  • Amazing plugin, and thank you so much for setting it up. I have 3 questions.

    1 – Do you have a section for examples of how the plugin looks and works? Is this the correct site with the list at the bottom?

    2 – Is there any easy way to make is so that users can register/sign-in with only an email? If not, we may just trick them into using their email in the user and password slots (we only want emails, no payments for what our use is)

    3 – After signing up or signing in on a page with teaser content with the inline form, will the form just go away and the rest of the hidden page content appear?

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  • Plugin Author Chad Butler


    The site you listed is what will be the new support site for the plugin. It is currently in “soft” launch, but I’ll be moving all support there very soon. I have one more release to get out before that, and that will probably occur next week.

    There is not anything at that site that necessarily are “examples of how the plugin looks and works” if you are just looking for a demo and/or screen shots. However, there is a complete full users guide (free), quick start guide (free), and there are loads of sample code for customizing the plugin properly (mostly premium). Also, the entire site is an example of the plugin because it is using WP-Members.

    The answer to your second question is “probably not.” This is because the plugin uses the same login process as WP itself, which requires a password. There might be a way to spoof this, but of the top of my head, I’m not sure what that process would look like.

    After signing up, the user can login and access the content they were attempting to see, yes. But they have to complete the login process. At this time, there is not a way to automate login as part of the registration process.

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