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01/21/2016 at 4:05 pm #36194501/21/2016 at 4:10 pm #361946
How should I give you access privately?01/22/2016 at 8:45 am #362005This reply has been marked as private.01/22/2016 at 11:19 am #362047Steven ZahmKeymaster
I logged in and and the test user was set as admin, so I switched it to be a subscriber. I then added a directory entry for the user on their directory admin profile page. I got there from the add your directory link on the Members page which is added by Link.
I then visited then the My Profile page and the Edit My Entry link does show, right above the orange button. It also displays on the Members page above the directory where it should.
So, that seems to function just fine in my testing on your site. To test further I could install User Switching and test actual users, but if it works with the test user, it should work for the others too.
Now, Form. I activated it and verified its configuration, which seems fine but for some reason WordPress was not loading its script on the page. I made a very slight tweak and now it works fine. I was able to make edits to the test user in the frontend. I left Form activated.
Hope that helps!
ps. When WordFence is activated on the site, every page load for when users are logged in or not generates this error message. The site seems to work fine but it should not have this error. I just wanted to bring this to your attention since I noticed it.
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01/29/2016 at 2:18 pm #362962
- This reply was modified 5 years, 3 months ago by Steven Zahm. Reason: Fix ps
p>Thanks! Works except for one thing:
p>I have existing users in the directory (their directory was set up first) and their emails match across the board with Connections Pro, Their WP User, and Membership site. However, the “EDIT MY ENTRY” doesn’t show up for them so that they can further edit and renew their directories from year-to-year.
p>BUT it works and shows up fine if I create a NEW Member and Directory Listing.
p>I’ll PM you the user/pass for an old existing user that can’t see his “EDIT MY ENTRY” link.01/29/2016 at 2:28 pm #362963This reply has been marked as private.02/01/2016 at 12:05 pm #363258Steven ZahmKeymaster
Ok, I track this down to being a bug in DigitalAccessPass LiveLinks. On line
DAP-WP-LiveLinks.phpfile they call a core WordPress action
wp_loginbut they do not pass the core WP_User object which is expected by plugins which also hook into this core WP action. To work around this, I made a tweak to Link which check to see if the user was passed and if it was not then it loads its own instance before proceeding. This seems to solve the issue.
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