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January 13, 2014 at 4:24 pm 14353
Mahi Hello, I've been studying the plugin but I have a question regarding the subscription pack. From what I see you can set up different packages with different prices. Let's say that I want to set up packages like this: 30 Days Coupon - it will cost 3 $ and you will be able to submit 1 post that will be valid 30 day's on the website 60 Days Coupon - it will cost 5 $ and you will be able to submit 1 post that will be valid 60 day's on the website 90 Days Coupon - it will cost 7 $ and you will be able to submit 1 post that will be valid 90 day's on the website After a post will expire will go in draft mode and I need to have an option to renew the post. For example in the dashboard view, where a subscriber can edit his post, I need to have that option. Currently the problem is that if the post will expire I have no option of renewing it. Also the big problem is that I can't set up the expiration date for the post. And I can't configure the packages the way I want. Basically now if you make a package that will have Pack Validity 30 day's that means that you can post a post in 30 day's (if you limit the posts to 1). So the post will not expire after 30 Day's, only your pack validity will expire. Please let me know if there is any way to get a subscription pack where I can set a period of time for each post. Thank you
January 13, 2014 at 6:19 pm 14357
Mahi Mahi


Currently when your subscription expired your all post status change to draft.
Unfortunately, there are no way to control post expiration date/time with wpuf currently. But, we are planning to add this on next version.

January 14, 2014 at 3:11 am 14373
axelavi33 axelavi33

Ok so what about the renew post option. Am I able to add that function if the user will be logedin, in the dashboard? Can he renew his listing buy buying a new subscription pack?
Or how is it working?

January 15, 2014 at 1:29 am 14408
Tareq Hasan Tareq Hasan

There is some mis-information here.

When your subscription expires, any posts doesn’t go to draft mode. It’s just, they can’t post anymore. Existing post remains fine.

If you post the [wpuf_sub_info] shortcode in dashbaord, users will see the current subscription info of them.

I understand what you are trying to do, but it’s not entirely possible currently with WP User Frontend.

February 25, 2014 at 9:13 pm 15816
cursal cursal

Are you saying the post stays live?

Is there a way to have the post removed after the expired time?
I would like to use this as a listing service where after 30 days or 90 day the post is no longer visible.

Please tell me this is possible….

February 26, 2014 at 10:15 am 15851
Mahi Mahi

@cursal – its not possible with wpuf-pro. but, i saw few people managed this by using post expiration plugin, which i believe free in WP-repo.

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