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February 6, 2019 at 12:59 am #63717
I already checked the support forum and found some topics about this same problem, however I feel that these solutions are not good considering that it need that several posts being marked as paid together and a single view while I am setting up the new info would change completly the value. Just to know I am talking about these topics:
I would like a way to able to setup a value per view in month basis. I am planning to run a membership website and I would like to share my revenue with colaborators, however I need to be able to setup the value in monthly base. If would be possible to achieve through a customization, please send me a quote for this customization.February 7, 2019 at 6:33 pm #63722
the mark posts as paid is still the best solution I can advise. Anything else, including custom developments, is not likely to work as expected due to how the plugin works under the hood. There’s just no way to set a monthly payment value because the plugin is not structured per month, but is very flexible and works with any time range 🙂
Hope this helps!
Have a nice day,
StefanoFebruary 7, 2019 at 7:19 pm #63727
SiegThis reply has been marked as private.February 7, 2019 at 8:04 pm #63729
Taking advantage of the discussion, would it be possible for you to develop an option to pay based on the number of comments and likes in the wordpress (such as facebook’s features that is available in your pro version)?
How the category custom roles works? Most membership plugins allow to protect post based on categories, so I was thinking to use a “premium” category for private articles. My doubt is what would happens if I assign the “premium” category and a secondary categorythat doesnt has any rule like “news”.February 9, 2019 at 9:09 am #63742
Reading the support forum I understood that unless I mark the post as paid exactly in at midnight and one second from 1st february, the system will still counting views and is not possible to pay partially a post, like to pay 10 views from january and left 2 views from february and to pay in the next month. Is this correct?
This is not fully correct 🙂 Analytics visits are only updated once per day. The update time can be chosen: it is the same time in which you authorize Analytics to work with the plugin the first time. So you do have quite some time before new daily visits are pulled it: it’s enough for the update to happen in the afternoon, for example. Does this help? 🙂
develop an option to pay based on the number of comments and likes in the wordpress (such as facebook’s features that is available in your pro version)?
It’s already possible to pay per comments. While for likes in WordPress, what are we talking about? WP doesn’t have any likes, so is it an external plugin? 🙂
How the category custom roles works? My doubt is what would happens if I assign the “premium” category and a secondary categorythat doesnt has any rule like “news”.
As pointed out in the addon page,
A post in WordPress can have multiple categories. Since the addon has to pick one to compute payments, it chooses the first one in alphabetical order. However, if the first category in alphabetical order does not have custom settings, the plugin keeps looking until it finds one that does. This way, if post has two categories, with the second one having special settings and the first not, settings from the second category will be used.
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