CRED plugin allows you to create forms to register users from your website's front-end. You can also enable the option to charge payments for user registration, creating membership sites that sell subscription to your visitors. When you ask for help or report issues, make sure to tell us the settings of your user form.
|Allow guest users to submit Form that posts to landing page owner 1 2 3 4||2||1 month ago|
|Limiting User Front End Cred to creating ONE new Custom Post Type||3||2 months ago|
|Unable to allow Guest Users to submit new User Form with Toolset Access||2||2 months ago|
|How to create a project discussions and consultations||2||2 months ago|
| Limit view results to a certain distance from the logged in users address|
Problem: Is it possible to limit a View's results to a certain distance based on the current User's role, established by purchasing a site registration package?
Solution: You can create 3 different Views with the different distance filters applied. You can use a shortcode attribute to set the distance center point, based on the User's profile address information. When a User buys a specific package, you can adjust his or her User role with Forms Commerce. Then based on the User's role, you can display one of those 3 Views with conditionals.
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|Allow Users to Remove/Delete Images Added Via CRED Forms with Post Update Form||2||4 months, 2 weeks ago|
|paid membership site with public member searchable directory||2||4 months, 2 weeks ago|
|Limiting time for users to see custom post types||2||6 months, 3 weeks ago|
| Need to know what’s possible with Toolset|
Problem: I would like to know if it's possible to create a website with multiple levels of access restrictions.
Solution: Yes, Access gives you the ability to impose different restrictions based on user role.
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|CRED post form that requires payment going to blank cart page instead 1 2||3||7 months ago|
|User Registration From using generic fields not working||2||7 months, 1 week ago|
|Create a good contents framework||2||7 months, 2 weeks ago|
| I have my edit form set up however I am getting an error that I can not chase do|
This is the error I am getting when I place the edit form in a page and try to access it from the front end: Form type and post type do not match.
You can follow our document to setup the Toolset form for editing post, and put it into a content template, then display a edit form link in single post.
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|make the event registration free or non free depending on a field||1||8 months ago|
|which CPT do I need to set up||2||8 months ago|