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Posted: Monday May 28th, 2012 at 12:09 pm #14824

I think I’ve fixed it.
I used Google Chromes Developer Tools to find out the there was a FaceBook Sharing script in the header. This must be standard with OptimizePress. Once the code was removed the green padlock appears.
Can anyone confirm this looks ok?

Posted: Thursday May 3rd, 2012 at 12:34 pm #12477

That sounds like a plan.
I presume the username and password fields are required, so need I’m not sure how to set them automatically.
I’m sure I could hide these fields by deleting the relevant code with the template file. Would this work?

Posted: Thursday May 3rd, 2012 at 9:06 am #12462

Hummm! This feature was my main reason for purchasing the plugin.
I don’t want users to signup as this may cause them not to buy.
Is there any work around.

Posted: Wednesday May 2nd, 2012 at 10:13 am #12379

I’m also using the OptimizePress theme with s2member pro and Aweber. From what I’ve experienced so far everything seems OK. However I’m still in the testing stage.
S2member seems a great plugin but I only use a tiny section (1 PayPal specific page form).

No sure I should hi-jack this topic but it seems to cover all the same software.

I’ve read lots of documentation but still unsure on a few of points:

How does Aweber know what list to add a user to when they purchase via my ‘PayPal Pro Page Specific Form’? Do I need to assign a ‘Page Level Restriction’ to the page containing the form, and then update ‘API/List Servers >> Aweber Integration’?

Posted: Tuesday May 1st, 2012 at 12:34 pm #12285

Hi Cristian,
Thanks for your advise.

1. Thanks for the tip. The custom field works perfectly and saves adding another plugin.

2. OK. Didn’t realise the email contained the link to the protected page. I thought the user was auto redirected after completing payment and the email was simply a thank you message. Currently my first Aweber email contains this link.
So, it sounds like I’ll have 2 auto emails. The first from S2member containing the protected page link. The second from Aweber allowing users to opt-in to follow-ups.

Thanks for all your help. Great support :)

Posted: Saturday Apr 28th, 2012 at 5:06 pm #12172

Hi Cristian,
I’ve placed the URL in the ‘API/Notifications’ field. It seems like the best place. My concern was that I understood forms could only use one notify_url field and I’m promoted to add several.

I have a couple of other questions if you could help. I’ve looked and looked bit still unsure:

1. I wish to sell a download using the ‘PayPal Specific Page Form’. This page (and the return page) will need to be https. I presume the best way to achive this is with a WP plugin. WPSSL seems to be my best best. Would you agree?

2. I’m using Awber to send a series of auto emails. The first will contain the download page link.So, I don’t need S2Member auto confirmation email?

Thanks very much for your assistance.

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