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Answering to the question of above, use Theme My Login only for registering/login since it’s offers what you are looking for. Then create as many custom profile forms as you need using only for logged users and append them to pages that only they can see, so you can offer custom profile fields or let them edit the existing ones.
April 2, 2013 at 12:35 am in reply to: [Wishlist] Post Format, Conditionals & Tags Highlight 1709
My bad for the late reply.
About your questions. Making a Post Formats option just like the Post Type one is what I was asking for. There is no need for extending the editor. Instead, you could provide a premium simple add-on using jQuery Tabs where people can stack multiple forms. Thus, they could pick a different title and post type for each form and problem solved.
Moreover, about the Conditional Fields. This would be the second solution and pretty important since it would give people the freedom to play with the forms and have more options instead of having the need of creating multiple forms due to the lack of conditionals
I’ve a few more suggestions:
1. User Edit Page: I’m currently making mine but it would be better if the plugin came with it. The main idea is to make a page that contains all the user posts with the edit option next to them. Thus, they would be able to find all their entries and edit them without getting inside each post.
2. Post Rejection: The main idea is to make a Rejected Post Type that applies only to Pending for Reviews posts. All the posts marked with Rejected may send an email to the user explaining why their post was reject and that such post should be edited. Thus, as soon as the user update the post it would be set as Pending for Review again in order to check it.
3. Select List for Exclude Categories Taxonomies Field: My site got around 30 categories. I had to make like 4 different forms in order to limit the categories for each one and dealing with all the IDs was a headache. It would be nice if we could have all the categories available displayed and then we could pick the one that we want to exclude (just like many of those most recent posts widgets works)
March 22, 2013 at 7:12 pm in reply to: "WP User Frontend Error: Exceeded maximum number of activations" 1427
The issue still persist. I’ve sent an email to email@example.com with a temporary admin account for the site animepaw.com. Thus, you can see the issue over there.
March 22, 2013 at 6:55 pm in reply to: "WP User Frontend Error: Exceeded maximum number of activations" 1424
The issue persist:
Already tried to disable/enable the plugin but the message still around: