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First, for invoicing/billing use the WP Invoice plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-invoice/ The "members" plugin may also be useful: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/members/ For a custom redirect, to send them to custom pages rather than just the admin panel use: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/peters-login-redirect/ If you had them ...


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Big Question. So, first, to keep the galleries separate, it would be good to give them their own custom post type. We'll be checking for this later... <?php add_action( 'init', 'wpse32840_register_post_type' ); function wpse32840_register_post_type() { register_post_type( 'client_gallery', array( 'label' ...


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I've managed to find a solution to my problem. I solved it with three plugins Members User Role Editor Social Login The combination of these plugins allows you to who can log in, without telling them how to log in. More specifically, anyone will be able to log in with a social network, but they won't be able to see everything. With User Role Editor, you ...


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Paid Memberships Pro handles payment and user creation at the same time. The one difference vs. your specs is that PMPro doesn't wait for IPN verification and assumes the payment will go through and gives the user access immediately. http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/paid-memberships-pro/ The reason we don't wait for verification is because depending on ...


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Membership plugin from Wpmudev.org should fit your needs: http://premium.wpmudev.org/project/membership/ This is step 2 of the registration process with Membership: EDIT: According to comments that membership should give access to certain custom post type i would suggest this: Create a template for that custom post type as single-premium-videos.php ...


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You could use a combination of the Members plugin to manage user roles (ie employee types or levels) along with the Custom Post Type UI plugin to manage various post types. With the Custom Post Type UI you could create posts types. Then you could allow or deny rights for various operations on each type of post separately (edit, publish, edit after publish, ...


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I think you can run even more users. The only thing that can limit you is your server. You'll have to scale it properly, especially MySQL server. For example wordpress.com runs even more then 40000 users, but they use extra powerful systems for stability, tons of load balancers and etc.


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there is a lot of discussion about this in wishlisMembers support forum but the developers over there ignore it. Any way try this: // get the current user level from WP more important is global $user. $user = wp_get_current_user(); // Get user levels from WishlistMembers $levels = WLMAPI::GetUserLevels($user->ID); //then run the check for the level ...


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Of course this is possible it would just require some custom coding. This is an open ended question so I'll give you an open ended answer of how I may go about this. Add phone number field to user contact Use the profile_update hook to store a random code associated with that number Create a verify phone number page Use Twilio or Tropo to send the user ...


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Maybe I've misunderstood something, but I'm pretty sure WordPress can do this without any plugins. Just set User A as Author, and User B as Editor or Administrator. PS. See Capability vs Role Table: http://codex.wordpress.org/Roles_and_Capabilities#Capability_vs._Role_Table


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All of this can be done with code of course but since you say, "The first part (check if the user is registered / subscribed) is the difficult one for me." ...then your time will be better spent going directly to plugins that allow for similar functionality as described in your question. The first recommendation, WishList Member [premium only] This ...


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We had a similar problem where we needed to give access to partners and "membership" or "subscription" plugins seemed to offer what we needed. The problem we had was that the plugins we found were all for-pay, not free or freemium. Understanding this, the MagicMembers and aMember Pro plugins both had functions that could prevent access sharing. I'm sure ...


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To be frank, my customers and I have only had miserable experiences with all of the various alternatives. Had I found a suitable one myself, I wouldn't be developing one in the background. :-P (And no, the one I'm working on by no means ready yet.)


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I'm about to finish a project were i needed about the same requirements as you listed and i've got some answers for you 1) Does anyone have first hand experience using Magic Members. If so is it worth the $197. Do you have any recommendations an an alternative? I can't say that i have used it or heard bad things about it and if it does what they say ...


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Have you tried the Front-End Users plugin? Please go through the documentation example hooks on how to modify it. I think it will fulfill your needs. Hope that helps. marikamitsos


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Yes ... there are lots of plugins for this scenario You could just enable BuddyPress which gives you a 'social network in a box' then there are these two plugins s2member WPMU membership lite failing that ... read through the related articles on here for suggestions


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Have you looked at Restrict Content? Discount codes are applied before the user is directed to paypal. Pro Version: http://pippinsplugins.com/restrict-content-pro-premium-content-plugin Free version: http://pippinsplugins.com/restricted-content-plugin-free/


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A quick Google search returns WP Favorite Posts. It sounds like this provides the functionality you're looking for.


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The same concept as Dominic's (no need of a members plugin) but expanded to use a Meta Box, visible only for Admins, with a dropdown list with all the users (with exceptions). Code borrowed and adapted from this answer. Put in functions.php: // List Users add_action( 'admin_init', 'wpse_33725_users_meta_init' ); // Save Meta Details add_action( ...


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In another question of yours, you were pointed to the plugin WP Favorite Posts, but you seem to have settled with this premium one from Code Canyon. So, the matter is how to integrate it with a Profile/Registration management plugin, and for that maybe Theme My Login would be a good candidate, as you can customize and add custom code to the following ...


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Create custom posts. It's really intimidating at first, but there are great articles out there, and once you start to do it, you'll feel more comfortable doing things yourself and relying on plugins less. It's very empowering.


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Try Paid Memberships Pro which is available for free in the WordPress repository: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/paid-memberships-pro/ You can create a membership level for each sport. Create a post category for each sport. Lock the categories down by membership level. You can get further support with that plugin at http://www.paidmembershipspro.com


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You don't need a plugin for that, it is build in. Go to General Settings (wp-admin/options-general.php) and activate the checkbox for Anyone can register.


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These four requirments comes right of the box with wordpress. You don't need any extra plugin for that. Any user can register - Go to General settings page and enable Anyone can register option by checking checkbox available next to it. They can post product - Assign them a role of author so that they can publish posts, do comments, upload media etc. Users ...


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You can start with the followings: By default any user can register. Enable it in General-> Settings http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-user-frontend/ http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/gd-star-rating/ Do you have any coding experiencie with wordpress? Im not sure if with just plugins you can achieve all your requirements


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Check out the listings theme by Woothemes and there woocommerce solution offers subscriptions. These would provide the functionality you're after.


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You are going to want to insert your code at the top of the page templates for the Woo pages you would like the redirect to affect rather than the functions file. So for example if you want to redirect users when they try to access an individual product page you could put it at the top of the plugins->woocommerce->templates->single-product.php page. When ...


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First off never edit other peoples plugins or core wordpress files. Also use braces rather than pretty formatting, as pretty formatting breaks IDE code highlighting, brace matching, syntax checkers and other handy tools So put this code: // When default permalinks are enabled, redirect shop page to post type archive url if (is_user_logged_in() && ...


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I am a front-end developer working full time with Event Espresso. This is by far the most flexible, feature rich platform if you want to work exclusively with WP without using an external booking manager. Its relatively easy to develop for.


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There's plenty out there, http://winkpress.com/membership-plugin/ has a good write up on most of them and stays pretty unbiased. I can't tell you a good one but if you come across Magic Members stay well clear of it. It's buggy as hell and their support staff only help if its an easy fix. When you point out something that actually doesn't work they simply ...



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