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No worries. It is working well enough for me now. I created a separate role and gave it permissions for managing users. That allows them to activate/deactivate new users who have registered through the site without giving them full admin access.
Actually, I figured out that if you add the %activation_url% link to the message and hide it with CSS (see below), it will not automatically append it to the message.
<span style="visibility: hidden; display: none; height: 0px;">%activation_url%</span>
So, I just did that and that’s good enough for now. However, it would be best if it didn’t get added at all unless we add that tag.
Thank you for updating the dev version. I installed it and the file uploads are now working again.
I emailed you an admin login. In the email, I sent detailed info about how to reproduce the issue when you log in.
Thank you for looking into this for me.
Okay, since no one will reply to help me, I came up with a solution myself. For anyone else that is having their p tags and br tags stripped off when you save a richtext (HTML) field, you can solve this issue with a native WordPress function called “wpautop” which automatically adds p tags when needed. Simply echo your content inside wpautop and you should be good to go.
<?php echo wpautop($your_richtext_variable); ?>
To the moderators of this forum, the forum appears dead. No one is getting replies to their support requests. Please help the people that have paid for the plugin like you are supposed to. It isn’t right to ignore us.
Another thing is that if you hit “enter” key in “Visual” mode of richtext field it looks like it makes new paragraph when viewing in editor, but on front end all of the text runs together and there are no <p> tags.
Please help! This is very important!
I forgot to mention that I am using 1.1.6, the latest version.
I read the article you linked to above. However, if I disable the AJAX parts of the form, then most of the custom CSS and jQuery I have added to enhance the user experience will need to be rewritten. Also, the user experience is boring without AJAX enabled.
Will you please update the plugin and fix the AJAX uploads for IE?
There are third-party jQuery plugins (this is probably the best one: http://blueimp.github.io/jQuery-File-Upload/) that support AJAX and have fallbacks to use that work for IE browsers (don’t support XMLHttpRequest, have to post to hidden iframe instead, see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13483408/sending-files-file-upload-using-ajax-which-works-in-ie9) that have issues with AJAX uploads. Can you implement one of these solutions into User Meta Pro?
Or at the very least you could add the following setting:
“Disable AJAX Upload/Submit in IE ONLY”
It would be a global setting that disables it across all forms/uploads in IE ONLY.
Thank you for your time and attention.
User Meta Pro (Paid User)
Thanks for emailing me about this. I contacted my host and they were able to find a solution. The SuPHP_ConfigPath needed to be added to .htaccess file. I don’t know if this will help anyone else but that was what worked in my situation.
Thank you for the help,
I am having the same problem. I can add about 100 fields. After that I just get the “0” when I hit the save button. I have a custom php.ini with the following set:
memory_limit = 512M
max_execution_time = 300
upload_max_filesize = 99M
post_max_size = 512M
max_input_vars = 2000
I’ve checked with phpinfo() function that it is using these values. What else could it be? This is happening on a mission-critical project and I need to get back to adding fields as soon as possible. Please help!!!
Actually, I looked into it further and I had another plugin that handled new user approval which was interfering with user meta pro. I disabled the other plugin and it is now functioning properly.
Perhaps the OP might have had a conflicting plugin too.
To the developer of the plugin:
I am having the same problem as the poster above. It says username already exists each time we create a user from the front end. It is driving my client crazy. Please help us get this plugin working the way it should.
Hello and thanks for the reply.
I tried using the type=”public” shortcode, but it was still showing an editable form for some reason. I didn’t want random visitors to the site to be able to edit profiles, only view them. I am able to do this now using code similar to the example code I posted above to pull the data and a custom template I am building to display that data.
I figured out how to pull in the data from the custom user meta fields by ID. Here’s an example on how I pulled in a new meta field for Company Name.
// set this to whatever user's info you want to display on the page or remove it and send this value through the URL instead
$user_id = '1';
// set single argument to true
$single = true;
// get the company name and assign to a variable
$jam_get_company_name = get_user_meta( $user_id, 'company-name', $single );
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