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About: Kezz Bracey

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Sharing a fix for 403 error w/ BPS Security

By:  Kezz Bracey in: Community Forum

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4 years, 2 months ago  Cristián Lávaque

Change value of "business" hidden field

By:  Kezz Bracey in: Community Forum

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4 years, 9 months ago  Cristián Lávaque

Email on ccap purchase by existing member?

By:  Kezz Bracey in: Community Forum

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4 years, 9 months ago  Jason (Lead Developer)

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Posted: Monday Apr 2nd, 2012 at 5:43 pm #9810

Thanks Cristian for the extra thought. :)

I’m also assuming the same so I have offline backups of the files.

Appreciate it!

Posted: Saturday Mar 31st, 2012 at 3:53 pm #9680

That’s brilliant, thankyou so much!!

That is a massive relief – all set for launch now!!

And I really appreciate you taking time out of your weekend to help me out. Thankyou!! :-D

Posted: Saturday Mar 31st, 2012 at 3:34 pm #9677

You’re welcome! :-)

Posted: Friday Mar 30th, 2012 at 8:30 pm #9616

Oops, forgot to point it out.

Just replace:

$auto_eot_time = “Your membership ends “.$auto_eot_time;

Btw, copy from this actually to make sure you get proper non-curly ” marks.

if ($auto_eot_time != ""){
$auto_eot_time = "Your membership ends ".$auto_eot_time;
Posted: Friday Mar 30th, 2012 at 6:05 pm #9609

Sure thing, this should work:

if ($auto_eot_time != “”){
$auto_eot_time = “Your membership ends “.$auto_eot_time;

It basically just says, if the EOT doesn’t equal ‘blank’ add the text to the beginning, otherwise just leave it as ‘blank’.

Posted: Thursday Mar 29th, 2012 at 7:16 pm #9508

Happy to hear it helped. You’re welcome! :-)

Posted: Thursday Mar 29th, 2012 at 7:10 pm #9507

Hi Jason,

For sure, I totally understand – I hadn’t considered the element of things being posted in a private area that really ought not to be, like support questions where it helps to have the answers visible to as many people as possible. I can see how that could be a problem.

Perhaps then some type of resource sharing area could work rather than a general discussion room? Possibly with a directive that support queries should all be directed to the main Customer Forum? Potentially a spot where people using s2Member in their business (which I’m assuming most Unlimited & Network users do) could network and discuss with one another the strategic side of Membership sites in business moreso than the technical? Just thinking out loud though, so as to whether any of this is practical at all who knows. :-)

Thanks very much for pointing me in the right direction re. the cbt field. Oh if only I could just use Website Payments Pro, but in Australia you must supply two years of trading history before you are eligible and hence my relatively new business cannot yet apply….sigh….

At the moment I run a series of conditional checks that go on to generate one of 11 possible strings which I then process as s2Member button shortcodes outputting URLs.

For e.g.:

$link = 'href="'.do_shortcode( '[s2Member-PayPal-Button level="'.$level.'" ccaps="'.$ccaps.'" desc="'.get_the_title().'" ps="_____" lc="" cc="USD" dg="0" ns="1" custom="" ra="'.$price.'" rp="1" rt="L" rr="BN" image="default" output="url" /]' ).'"';

These URLs are dynamically generated for each product, and there will be quite a high number of products as I move forward, which is why I am using an automated process to create the buy buttons for each one.

I’m thinking what I could do is instead have the full PayPal button URL generated instead. However, I am really hoping to use s2Member’s encryption processes so people can’t change the values in the URL.

If I have a string generated for the PayPal button URL, would there be any way at all that I could still pass it through s2Member’s encryption functions?

I realize that I’m probably hovering on the border here of whats covered by your Support Services, so if I’ve stepped outside that line please just let me know.


Posted: Thursday Mar 29th, 2012 at 5:54 pm #9491

If you could come back to this thread and post what you find out that would be awesome as I’d like to know myself, and I’ve seen quite a few others asking as well.

I did see they have a field in their product setup page labelled “For use with s2Member” so hopefully that’s a good sign.


Posted: Thursday Mar 29th, 2012 at 5:52 pm #9490

You could hard code the phrase you want into the plugin by going to line 35 of the main php file and locating:

return $auto_eot_time;

Then making a new line directly above it and adding:

$auto_eot_time = "Your membership ends ".$auto_eot_time;

However, because the plugin gives you a shortcode there’s really no need as you can just type whatever you want straight into your post / page editor then place the shortcode directly after it, e.g.:

Your membership ends [eot]

That also then makes it really easy to format the text with H tags, blockquotes or whatever else you’d like to use.

That way you keep the flexibility of the shortcode, i.e. you can still place it anywhere else you might want and still have any other text you like surrounding it.

Posted: Wednesday Mar 28th, 2012 at 2:49 pm #9357

Hey Ryan,

I can’t help with the WSO Pro question, but it might interest you to know JVZoo has been working on an integration with s2Member.

I know a lot of WSO Pro users have been using JVZoo lately so you might want to ping them a question over at their site and see how they are progressing with their integration, as if they are close it might be the easiest way to get WSO customers setup as members.

Posted: Wednesday Mar 28th, 2012 at 2:37 pm #9356

I’m a bit slow with this response so I’m not sure if you’re still looking, but I had the same need a while back and made a little plugin that will display EOT through a shortcode:

You just press the little button on the toolbar that looks like a green clock.

If it doesn’t present the EOT with the wording you need the code is not too complex to modify.

Hope that helps!

Posted: Wednesday Mar 28th, 2012 at 2:29 pm #9355

Sorry to be a thread bumper :-/

Does letting you know I’m using regular PayPal buttons help at all with how to modify the “business” value?

Posted: Tuesday Mar 27th, 2012 at 8:27 pm #9309

You’re welcome Cristian!

With my question, when I said private I meant as in not visible rather than can’t post to. That way I’d know only major supporters of s2Member would be able to read. I’m probably a little overly paranoid, but at the same time I’d also kind of like to support/share with those who are supporting you.

Posted: Tuesday Mar 27th, 2012 at 7:03 pm #9305

Brilliant, thanks for that Jason!

Sorry, I did search through the API looking at the hooks & filters but I wasn’t sure which one to use.

Re. the “Return to …..” link, that’s just through a standard PayPal button.

Thanks also for the follow up re. being able to place those filters within the theme as an option. Appreciate it!

By the way, after I get through this upcoming launch I plan to upgrade to one of your higher pro packages. I’m not actually using the pro module and will only be on one domain, but I feel it’s only the right thing to do given how helpful you guys are and how integral s2Member has been and is becoming in my business.

So in that regard, I have a quick question. Do you think you would consider a private area of the forum for folks who have upgraded to the Unlimited or Network licenses? The reason I ask is I’d like to share with your other customers some of the code I’ve developed for this new site, but given it shows my site’s infrastructure ideally it would be great if I could do so and yet not have the code samples totally public. Just a thought / idea of course though. :)


Posted: Tuesday Mar 20th, 2012 at 7:51 pm #8659

Sorry, one more quick question if I may.

Will anything prevent the filters from working if they are included in the theme rather than the must use plugins area?


Posted: Tuesday Mar 20th, 2012 at 3:26 am #8581

That’s brilliant, thanks Jason!

I’ll add in the filters and that will be my s2Member based shopping system complete.

By the way, I looked at all sorts of shopping cart standalone systems, WP plugins and so on when I first set out to create this online store.

What I found was that I could never create the system I wanted using any of the dedicated shopping apps / plugins out there, and that using the s2Member ccaps system would give me way more power and flexibility with what I could achieve.

You talk in your docs about how powerful ccaps can be, and I’m looking forward to posting in a couple of weeks to show a live example of just how powerful.

Thanks again for an awesome system!

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