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October 14, 2013 at 3:07 am 8980
paperweight I am still struggling with the combination between the PMpro add-on and the WFUP. First I followed the installation guide, that said that I should enable Charge for posting and Force Pack purchase. But when I do that, it only says "You must purchase a pack before posting". I don't want them to buy a pack, I want them to subscribe :P So then I turned off the Charge for posting and Pack purchase. Then it put me through to the subscription form. The other thing I want is to only let people that signs up to have one post. This I could through the Post Count, inside the PMpro form. But this do not work either. When I have subscribed I can post as much as I want. I guess this things work together, but I don't know how to fix it, can you help me? :)
October 15, 2013 at 1:15 am 9013
Anders Anders

So summed up:

When I am setting up the plug-in according to your install guide, the only message I get is: “You must purchase a pack before posting”.

If I disable both options, the PMpro works. But the field where I can set how many posts the user will be able to post, doesn’t work.

Can you help me? 😉

October 15, 2013 at 1:23 am 9014
Mahi Mahi

please hold on. later today i am going to write a tutorial blog about this integration. will inform you here as well.

October 15, 2013 at 1:37 am 9016
Anders Anders

Thank you! 😀 Great!

October 15, 2013 at 5:45 am 9018
paperweight paperweight

Yes this is very useful because we are having some integration issues too. Here is my big question now:

We have TML, WPUF Pro, and PMPro all installed and activate. On “checkout.php” in the PMPro we want to add more checkout fields for the subscriber. Should we do that with a WPUF Registration Form and then integrate into PMPro’s “checkout.php”?

Or should we do it another way?

Tks for your help and tips!~

October 16, 2013 at 3:24 am 9040
paperweight paperweight

Also, I want to create a Free Level that does not allow anyone to create any new posts. I see this in the plugin “How many posts the user can list with this pack? Enter 0 for unlimited. ”

But I do want to enter zero, so what is the best way to create a Free Membership level that does not allow for any posting?

October 16, 2013 at 6:29 am 9044
Mahi Mahi

@Anders – Follow these steps:

– Make sure to turn ON charge for posting =yes & Force pack purchase=enable

– When you create Membership level from pmpro , for subscription you have to setup recurring bill . image:

– You can change unauthorised message from pmpro -> advanced tab

– During subscription level creation you can set post count. It will WORKS ONLY when you enabled “charge for posting” and “force pack purchase” from wpuf-pro settings

@paperwight –

Check Add-ons under pmpro Add Ons tab. There is one named – “PMPro Registered Helper” , it is free and should solve your issue.

For free level:
– create a free membership level from PMPro
– from your post submission page, select your membership packs as necessary.

– also, don’t forget to change unauthorised messages from PMPro -> Advanced settings.

October 16, 2013 at 2:15 pm 9062
Anders Anders

Thank you for the tutorial 😉 I have tried to do this now, but it’s still not working. I think the main problem must be that I am checking recurring Subscription option, but it will not save. When I go back into the membership level form, the button is not chosen any more….

October 16, 2013 at 2:24 pm 9063
Anders Anders

So for the chosen membership level, it is only showing: “You must purchase a pack before posting”. For the level that is not chosen, the registration form is showing, so that is working.

Hope you can help me 😉

October 16, 2013 at 8:40 pm 9087
paperweight paperweight

@Mahi: thanks for the help. So if we use the “PMPro Registered Helper” there seems now no reason to use the WPUF Pro Registration Forms, correct?

October 16, 2013 at 8:43 pm 9088
Mahi Mahi

Right. Unless you want to allow users to modify their profile information.

October 16, 2013 at 8:50 pm 9089
paperweight paperweight

Hmmm, but I do want users to edit their Profile information. PMPro seems to create a /your-profile/ Page that has the information there for editing. So can I just use PMPro for that?

My goal is not to have conflicts between WPUF and PMPro, so i want to make sure I do not carelessly do something 😉

Honestly, WPUF has a much much better method for creating Profile fields in the GUI. But I worry if I do something there it will create thos econflicts. So am I better off just using PMPro for that? What do you suggest? Am I really confusing 😉

October 16, 2013 at 9:01 pm 9091
Anders Anders

Do you have any good solution for my problem? 😉

October 19, 2013 at 1:21 am 9193
paperweight paperweight

Or any thoughts or update son my worries about a good method for Registration forms so there is no conflict?

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