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Got it, I'm up and running now, thanks for your help!
No, I have not changed any code. I want to use PMPro, but its not working
What is not quite right on the site?
After troubleshooting wpuf-pro I found that when a user signs up through Paid Memberships Pro the Validity: is set to “1970-01-01 0:00:00”, and in dashboard reads “expired” and user cannot add a post.
If I update the user provide to Validity: ‘unlimited', then in dashboard Validity: is set to “Unlimited duration,” and the member can then add a post.
How do I make PMPRO set Validity: to “unlimited” when a member signs up with a PMPRO registration form?
I'm having the same issue on a new install, need to have the new post status as ‘draft' or ‘pending', I tried the fix above, but all posts are still ‘publish'.
Installed PRO, now if user registers through a wpuf-pro reg form everything works.
If a user registers through Paid Memberships Pro the user cannot create posts, and receives this message:”You must purchase a pack before posting”.
How do I get the Paid Memberships Pro plugin to work when users register through Paid Memberships Pro not wpuf-pro?
Got it! My apologies, buying now… need it to work. 🙂
Thank you for your reply…
No, I asked here…http://wedevs.com/support/topic/paid-memberships-pro-plugin-works-with-wp-user-frontend-free-version/ if the free version would work, and Tareq said; “Try enabling “Force pack purchase” option in the plugin settings.”
I assumed the answer was yes… Is the answer NO? Must I have the PRO version for it to work correctly?December 8, 2013 at 11:49 am in reply to: Paid Memberships Pro plugin works with WP User Frontend FREE version? #13485
“Charge for posting” and “Force pack purchase” are both enabled, as directed in the installation instructions… http://docs.wedevs.com/paid-memberships-pro-add-on/December 8, 2013 at 9:39 am in reply to: To other users of User Frontend Pro with Paid Membership #13478