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ActiveCampaign provides several tools for segmenting and managing your contacts. Chief among these are Lists. This article we’ll show you how to use Lists and Webhooks to ensure that your contacts details and access are automatically updated.
This document covers the web hosting requirements to use Memberium for ActiveCampaign. If you have any questions about whether your host can support Memberium, you can download our plugin from this site. Once you install the plugin, it will tell you if your PHP version and IonCube do not match our requirements.
This document is written wit the hope to be easy to follow and use. However, it may raise questions you’re unsure of, or ask you to things you would prefer help with. If at any time you have any questions or suggestions about how this document can be made easier to follow or more relevant, please contact our Support Team and give us feedback.
It’s not a difficult transition, and Memberium is already compatible with the OptimizePress theme. We offer support and guidance, however we don’t offer “done for you” service. The size of your site and number of your users will indicate how big the effort is.
Badges and achievements are actually quite a bit more sophisticated than a single badge. Achievements are accumulated, and when enough are accumulated to earn the badge, you get the badge, multiple levels of badges can be earned for various achievements.
This setting provides the ability to map Infusionsoft fields to your member’s “Nicename” or “Displayname” setting, which controls what name is displayed to other users. This can be done in a flexible manner with no programming required. If you have a more complex need that is not met by by this function, we do provide WordPress filters to allow you to customize the NIcename using your own custom PHP code. In most cases though, this is not necessary.
When installing on WP Engine, you will need to contact WP Engine support and request that they turn off the “redirect_bots” setting, and purge the cache. If this setting is not disabled, then it will not be possible to send HTTP POSTs to your app, as the WP Engine server will intercept and stop them from succeeding. You’ll need to send a support ticket to WP Engine Support and ask them to allow your posts to contain variables.
When working with conditional shortcodes it’s often useful to have a series of tests, one after another, where each test determines if the user is qualified to continue to the next test.
Due to a limitation in WordPress’s design, the built-in shortcode system is very fast but it does not know how to count levels of nesting, so it cannot match each opening tag with its correct closing tag. In order to cleanly support this feature while not sacrificing performance, we provide the ability to nest shortcodes by giving each nested group of shortcodes a unique name by adding a number to the end. You can think of this like a Russian Matryoshka doll.
Conditional shortcodes perform a test and then display (or don’t display) the content within the shortcode depending on the result of the test. Conditional shortcodes are often nestable so that you can perform multiple tests. All tests are binary meaning they resolve to a simple true-false / sucess-fail / yes-no condition.