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Problem solved. Even though I had my cache off, it somehow was interfering with UMP. Enabling Rocket Cache and clearing the cache starting UMP working again. Very strange, but not a UMP issue. Never seen the disabled cache cause such a weird issue. Nothing else was affected.
One further note – caching is completely disabled. Tested on Chrome, Edge, and Firefox.
I uninstalled 2.1, deleted the files, and installed 2.2. That took care of it. Sorry to bother anyone.
Thanks for the fast answer. Turns out test site issues are not related to UMP (but unresolved yet).
For my live site after commenting out the PHP version check, it turns out quite a few other files have been changed that no longer work under PHP 5.3. After modifying the 3 more files to use older PHP pre 5.4 array style, I gave up on this.
I’ve upgraded the site to PHP 5.6, and UMP 1.3 activates, but no Pro version and all my prior settings seem lost. There was no option to register it either to go from normal to pro. I reloaded 220.127.116.11 from my backup and got everything back after re-registering. Is there some other trick required when going from 1.1.7 to 1.3 that I may have missed? Perhaps I need to purchase another license for 1.3 (I bought 1.1.7 a few years ago)?
I manually downloaded pro (18.104.22.168). It wouldn’t install as it found the user-meta directory already existed. I renamed the directory and reinstalled it again and it worked. I’m back up and running again! Great product but it looks like the update process needs work. I guess I’ll avoid updates unless really needed.
Update – for others who want a registration link:
1) you’ll need root access to your server and change the permissions on the file at your website root chmod 777 \wp-content\plugins\user-meta\views\pro\loginlostPasswordForm.php
2) Edit the loginlostPasswordForm.php file, at line 8 (after $html = null” add the new line:
$html .= “New User Registration“;
Change the yoursite to your actual site. The registration link may be different for your system.
3) Upload the modified file.
Be aware that future updates from User Meta will likely overwrite this change so you’ll have to go back and add it back in.
Anyway, works for me.
Please confirm that for /user-meta/framework/init.php file
Line 61 in v1.1.2-pro to comment out is:
$methodName = @$_REQUEST[ ‘method_name’ ];
Some progress. Deleted the Page and remade it (with identical text). The Missing page problem went away. No idea why that occurred and may be a WordPress issue.
Still haven’t got new user to access registration (only asks for username/password and then sends email without ever going to registration form. To bad it can’t just do it without having to rewrite wordpress’s login code.
Likely a bug somewhere, but this work-around fixes it. Make a HTML field, with no text in title, and the default field including three html line-breaks. (each line break is greater-than symbol, “br”, space, back-slash, less-than symbol).
In the form add this field (which appears as untitled field) after the Avatar field.
While perhaps a bug, a work-around is to include HTML in the “Avatar” title field box.
Here’s what I used, but since it is html itself, I expect it will be badly mangled. Hopefully it will make sense (i.e. surround the title with strong, and add two non-blocking spaces.
Well, after about 5 hours of work, I can’t get registration to work. Rather discouraging, since it seems so close. I have a form “Registration” with a bunch of fields. I have a new page called “Registration” with
[user-meta type="registration" form="Registration"]
When accessing this Registration page from the Menu, I get a page not found. If I try to launch the page from the Page Edit “View Page” I also get a page not found. I have a Profile page working, so the core abilities seem to work.
There is no documentation on the site for registration (under “Documentation” the pages to help with custom registration have bad links). I wonder if anyone has ever tried User Meta Pro for registration? I’d love to hear from anyone if this is even possible or if I should abandon Meta Pro. It’s the only reason I bought it.
Ok, I think I see how it’s done. Didn’t catch that you need to create a new form (like MyProfile) and then create a new page that has the text similar to:
[user-meta type="profile" form="MyProfile"]
for a profile page. I have profile working. Registration is next and seems straight forward.