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|Posted: Saturday Nov 24th, 2012 at 7:09 pm #32488|
I’m building a soccer league registration site, and trying to use s2member to control access to certain pages. Here is the use case:
-The general public can become members for $30.
I’ve figured out how to restrict access to particular pages using s2member. What I want to do now is add PayPal buttons to those pages that are for arbitrary things (such as joining a league or buying tickets.) I tried following your instructions here: http://www.s2member.com/kb/using-paypal-created-buttons/
I put “1” as the Item ID and tested the button, and I expected that would restrict access to this purchase for level one members. However, the page on our site to which I returned after the purchase on paypal’s site indicated that I’d successfully registered, and that I needed to ‘click here to create a profile.’ This is problematic in two ways: 1) I don’t want this purchase to be for a membership; the return page should simply say ‘thank you for your purchase’. 2) I already had a membership and was logged in under that account, so I don’t see why I would have seen this response to begin with.
I can’t justify purchasing the s2member software to the board if I can’t satisfy this basic requirement. Any suggestions would be appreciated.