WP User Frontend Pro Pricing Plan - weDevs

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  • The Core Plugin
  • All the basic features
  • Posting forms
  • Profile Builder
  • Basic Subscriptions
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Single Site

$49 /per year
  • Single Site/Domain Support
  • Unlimited Post Forms
  • Unlimited Registration forms
  • Pay Per Post & Subscription Plans
  • 1 Year Support and Update
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15 Sites

$159 /per year
  • Support for 15 Sites/Domains
  • Unlimited Post Forms
  • Unlimited Registration forms
  • Free Premium add-ons
  • Pay Per Post & Subscription Plans
  • 1 Year Support and Updates
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FAQ

The server requirement for WP User Frontend Pro is PHP 5.6 or later and MySQL 5.6 or later.
No. We do not provide trial at customer end. We only provide trial on our Demo Server.
Till now no theme has conflicted with WP User Frontend. So you can use any theme you want. In some rare cases, you might have to add or edit some CSS code.
You can use any plugin from front, that uses custom post types. Like WooCommerce, Events Manager, Ads Manager etc, and the plugins which works with meta keys like YOAST, Car Listing etc.
No. There is absolutely no limit on any license. You can have as much posting forms and registration forms as you want.
The plugin and the add-ons will keep working as did with the license. The license key only allows you to receive automatic updates. That’s all.
Your license key is valid for one year from the purchase date. You need an active subscription for continued access to automatic updates and support. License keys automatically renew every year.
Your subscription can be cancelled at anytime after purchase. Once cancelled, your license key will not renew automatically and will expire on the expiration date. Once expired, you will no longer receive automatic updates or have access to support. You may manually renew your license at any time to reactivate your subscription.
Yes, WP User Frontend plugin is compatible with Advanced Custom Fields plugin.
Check WP User Frontend license activation guideline here. https://docs.wedevs.com/docs/wp-user-frontend-pro/getting-started/license-activation/
Yes, WP User Frontend is translation ready, you can translate it to any language.
Yes, this is a built in feature of WP User Frontend Pro. Users can edit their complete profile including changing profile pictures from frontend. Even the custom fields will appear on the frontend profile!
Yes, WP User Frontend has built in feature for charging the users while signing up. But this system charges the user for creating posts, NOT for just signing up on your site. If you want to charge your users for registering and creating posts differently, then it is not possible. You have to custom code it by hiring a developer.
Yes, you can use any element while building the registration form, including, image and all kind of WordPress permitted files.
Yes, you can add your newly registered users to your MailChimp and MailPoet subscription list. But this feature is not built in. You have to purchase the plugin and our extension to make them work together.
Yes, logged in users can update their profile picture from edit profile page that contains profile form shortcode.
Make sure that Membership option is enabled from wp-admin > Settings > General.
Check the guideline here for configuring reCAPTCHA.
You have to enable membership option from wp-admin > Settings > General. Now, check on the front-end, user can register using front-end registration form.
Yes, you can upload and attach images to post body. You can also upload featured image or attach files to download.
Yes, you can upload videos as files or you can embed videos from YouTube, Vimeo etc. via the richtext editor.
Yes, you can. We have built in form elements for WooCommerce.
Yes, you can enable guest posting. So the system will not ask the users to login to post. You can set the default post owner in the settings. So all the posts the guests make, will be assigned to that user.
Yes, in the form settings page, we have options to get notified when an user creates a new post or updates a post. So you will receive an email notification each time.
Yes, you can approve each and every post before they appear on your site.To do this, you have to set the default post status to pending and turn on post notification. So you will be notified upon new posts and will be able to approve the posts manually.
You can check multistep form guideline here. https://docs.wedevs.com/docs/wp-user-frontend-pro/tutorials/how-to-add-multi-step-form/
Navigate to wp-admin > User Frontend > Post Forms > Edit a form > Edit post body field or add to form if not exist, now from the field options tab Enable image upload in post area option.
Yes, WP User Frontend has built in subscription features and you can specify the number you want to allow for each post type for each package.
Suppose you are making a subscription pack for $30 and you can allow the user to make 30 blog posts, 10 product submission and 20 order for 1 month.
Yes, we have post expiration feature in both subscription and form settings. So you can define the expiration period for a form or while making a subscription plan.
Yes, you can make both fixed price coupons and percentage coupons. And you can make a coupons for specific subscription packs as well.
We also have coupon validity, usage limit and email address binding feature. So you can prevent fraud or any kind of misusing of your coupons.
Yes, you can. The subscription pacs has recurring feature. So you can make packs for any time period and set renewal period to any limit; like- days, weeks, months, year etc.
You can charge pay per post or subscription basis for different post types, but the option for charging amounts by form is not available.
A user can see all his posts in his dashboard. To show the dashboard, create a page, for example, Dashboard and insert the shortcode [wpuf_dashboard]. All the post type will be shown for the logged in user. If you want to display a specific post type, you need to mention that. For example, if you want list WooCommerce product instead of post, you can use [wpuf_dashboard post_type="product"].
To do that you just need to enable Auto Login After Registration option from wp-admin > User Frontend > Settings > Login/Registration.
To charge pay per post you have to configure payments settings properly. Navigate to wp-admin > User Frontend > Settings > Payments Select Yes for Charge for posting option and Disable for Force pack purchase option. Configure rest of the payments options. Click here for more details.
Navigate to wp-admin > User Frontend > Registration Forms > Edit a registration form > Settings > General, for Redirect to option select the page where you want to redirect the users after successful submission.
Include the following lines of code toward the end of your functions.php, which is located in your theme folder: User will redirect to a specific page (defined here) after login: function wpuf_custom_login_redirect( $redirect ) { return $redirect = 'https://wedevs.com'; } add_filter('wpuf_login_redirect', 'wpuf_custom_login_redirect');
Navigate to wp-admin > User Frontend > Tools > Export, forms can export individually or all at once.
Navigate to wp-admin > User Frontend > Settings > Login/Registration, now select registration form for user roles. These forms will be used to populate extra edit profile fields in backend.
If you are using WP User Frontend Pro plugin then make sure that you have updated that plugin too. If the latest version is not available in your account then contact our support. In the meantime, you can use the previous version of WP User Frontend plugin, it can be downloaded at https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-user-frontend/advanced/
Check the following video to configure google map field. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQYNFScgRGo
Navigate to wp-admin > User Frontend > Subscriptions > Edit/Add a subscription, now enable Post Expiration option and save the changes.
Navigate to wp-admin > User Frontend > Post Forms >
Check the following video guideline to add custom attribute field to product form. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0fLGh_wzXQ
Please check the video guideline: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Atcb_-M2hY
Video guideline: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsOkYxRZ6yo
Yes, bank transactions need to approved by admin manually, otherwise user subscription will not be active. If the payment is processed with Bank option then you can approve the payment from the wp-admin > User Frontend > Transactions > Pending.
Create a new page by adding [wpuf_account] shortcode and save the page. It will allow users to edit their profile from the frontend, but it has limited fields. If you want to keep the edit profile page same according the registration form your created, then just copy a profile type registration form shortcode (e.g: [wpuf_profile type="profile" id="15"] ) and add it by creating a new page. That page will contain all the fields of registration form and user can update their profile information.
Create a new page by inserting [wpuf-login] shortcode and save it, now navigate to wp-admin > User Frontend > Settings > Login/Registration, for Login page option select the page which contains [wpuf-login] shortcode.
Please check this guideline https://docs.wedevs.com/docs/wp-user-frontend-pro/tutorials/how-to-override-dashboard-templates
You can use the following action hooks to validate any fields of the form. 1. Wpuf_add_post_validate 2. wpuf_update_post_validate
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