Sorry for posting everything here at one time, but I thought it may be easier to track everything on one thread.
Gravity Forms + Username
If I am using Gravity add-on, can I allow the new user to specific and enter his own username? If so, how?
If I am using Gravity add-on, can I allow the new user to specify his own password?
Also, I’m having problems with getting the “username” plugin to show the username in the links, etc., using shortcodes.
Gravity Forms add-on (or Contact Form 7?)
I want to create a form for a product that, when submitted, it adds a “commission” for the affiliate, but does so with a “pending”-type status that doesn’t allow commissions to be processed until I manually update that it is “active” and commissionable. Can this be done? Also, if I were to mark it as “actionable” — I probably wouldn’t do so within WooCommerce, since Gravity forms is stand-alone… or… should I integrate it with WooCommerce (with a corresponding product to attach with this form) and attempt the same thing? (I would prefer for ALL orders to go through WooCommerce rather than some that are the result of a Gravity Forms submission residing somewhere else.)
Affiliates Ready Light
I really don’t understand the importance of this plugin. I mean, I KNOW I’M MISSING SOMETHING, but it appears to do what your primary software ALREADY does: credit an affiliate for a sale. What am I missing?
Affiliate Products Plugin
Does this conflict or work in conjunction with the WooCommerce Vendors/Marketplace plugin?
I know how this plugin is supposed to work, however, I’m wondering if it can do something more…
For example, could I use my affiliate software (Enterprise) to run something similar to a Share-a-Sale/CJ network? Meaning: a site may not be a “network” site of my own, by perhaps on another server. Can code be integrated onto THAT site so that the affiliate’s referral and cookie are captured on the checkout page… with the data then appearing in the reports at my site? (I VERY MUCH ASSUME THE ANSWER TO THIS IS NO, but just curious your thoughts.)
It appears to me that a WordPress Member can login to the site using the typical login page. However, since your affiliate software creates a new user structure (not WP) that affiliates CANNOT login via the typical WP login?
If that is the case, I would assume that if I am using the “Affiliates Users” plugin that every new member will also have an affiliate account; therefore, if a member logs in via the standard WP login, this would work. However, if an affiliate didn’t sign up to be a member, he would NOT be able to login to his affiliate account, via the standard WP login page?
However, if the new affiliate is signing up with the Gravity forms add-on, can he THEN also be made a “member” (meaning, he would be a “user” like my other site members)?
User Pro & Users Ultra
I use this: http://codecanyon.net/item/userpro-user-profiles-with-social-login/5958681
Do you happen to know if using something like this could be compatible for affiliate profiles and sign-ups, etc.? I know that it creates new login screens.