Discussion in 'Integration' started by alexander, Jul 2, 2010.
Sorry I forgot about this. Fixed.
Hi I just installed 0.4 and I dragged over the amember menu widget login to my sidebar, but when I go to the page it doesn't show the fields to login for user/pass. It just shows the widget title. I tried messing around with the options and it still doesn't display the fields to login or the login button... Any thoughts?
Also, I am running WP 3.2 and the latest amember.
I can't recreate this issue on my local installation.
Tested with wordpress 3.2 and latest plugin. Please contact me in helpdesk and provide access info I will check what can be wrong.
Thanks Alex !! That fixed it.
That fixed it !!! Thanx
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Im still havin that issue on my Site.
Is there any Solution to this meanwhile ?
page not found?
Sorry if this has already been covered, but how do I display the amember login page if someone tries to view a protected post and aren't logged in? Currently if I try to view any protected wordpress pages without being logged in, wordpress tells me it can't find the page I'm looking for.
Thanks in advance!
What settings you select in aMember protection block when try to protect post?
You can select error page that will be displayed when user don't have access and on that page you can include amember login form.
I tried using the default error pages that were created when I installed the plugin, but that didn't work. So I made my own and have the protected page set up to display the new error page if a user is not logged in. Same error happens. You can view the page here - http://www.largecarmag.com/wordpress/?p=13
You'll find that it seems to redirect correctly, as the resulting URL is http://www.largecarmag.com/wordpress/?post_type=page&p=28&amember_redirect_url=/wordpress/?p=13
However, the page still comes up as not found. Very odd.
Can you attach screenshot of error page(ID 28 ) protection settings?
The settings for page ID 28 are attached.
Hmm the settings on this page seems to be correct so it should be displayed. Please contact me in helpdesk or by email email@example.com and provide access info. I will help with this issue.
You should have an email from timhookoo at gmail.com with admin login info for my wordpress site. If not, let me know and I'll resend.
Is this still considered to be "beta" mode?
Not, it is not "beta" anymore. It can be used for production.
However, next week we will come with aMember Pro version 4 with brand-new fantastic super easy Wordpress module
I am a Beta tester of the V4 WordPress module and I can attest that it is an amazing solution. I have done a fair amount of research on the topic of setting up WordPress membership sites (actually presented at a couple of WordCamps) and I know of no other solution that comes close.
Just noticed this integration within v4. I set everything up and it works great, except the pages have a title that says "Page no found."
I have serious concerns about having users added to the WordPress security system and having them in two places. Does the plugin update passwords and things in WordPress when their information is changes? How disconnected could this information get?
When you integrate WordPress (WP) and aMember you turn off the WP registration system. You use aMember for all registration, logins, logouts, and user authentications. All changes to Name, email, and password are done in aMember and synced to WP automatically.
When the integration is all set up a user should be able to seamlessly go between a WP and aMember page. Once they register, a user's main aMember interaction will be with the login widget.
I guess I don't understand why users must be duplicated. If the membership is entirely handled through aMember, why bother adding users to the WordPress system? This seems like a useless step that results in unnecessary data duplication.
When you consider that people in the aMember system can log in through the WordPress login dialog, it's clear that the two systems are talking. What's the point of then adding the person to the WordPress system? What is gained?
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