announcement - Sep 08, 2022

Release notes for WP Full Stripe v6.2.0 and WP Full Stripe Members v1.9.0

We’re delighted to announce WP Full Stripe v6.2.0 and WP Full Stripe Members v1.9.0!

Here are the section links if you’d like to jump to a particular feature:

Enjoy the redesigned WP Full Stripe Members

We’ve updated WP Full Stripe Members to get rid of its outdated design, and have a consistent user experience across WP Full Stripe and its add-on(s).

The Members list page now looks familiar, reminiscent of the transaction pages of WP Full Stripe:

WP Full Stripe Members now uses the same design as WP Full Stripe

Protect/hide content blocks using shortcodes in WP Full Stripe Members

Until now, you could protect only entire pages in WP Full Stripe Members.

Starting in WP Full Stripe v1.9.0, you can use shortcodes to protect/hide content blocks, not just entire pages.

As an example, the following snippet displays a div only if the logged-in user is in the ‘Silver’ role or higher:

[fullstripe_members_display_fragment role="Silver"]
<div>This is a fragment - showing it at Silver or higher</div>
[/fullstripe_members_display_fragment]

For more information, please refer to the Protecting content fragments section of the Members documentation.

Redirect users with insufficient permissions to a ‘No access’ page in WP Full Stripe Members

Until now, when a logged-in user tried to access a protected content for which she had no permission the plugin displayed a HTTP ERR 404 (Not found).

Now with the ‘No access page’ option in the settings, you can set which page should be displayed when the user doesn’t have the permission to view the content:

A configuration option to display a page when the logged-in user doesn't have the permission to view the content

You can learn more about the user journey of viewing a protected content page and ways to protect content in the How to configure WP Full Stripe Members knowledge base article.

Extend the list of supported custom post types in WP Full Stripe Members

Do you use custom post types, and you’d like to protect them using WP Full Stripe Members?

Now you can implement the fullstripe_members_supported_post_types filter to use those custom post types as well.

For writing filter code snippets, we’d recommend using the excellent Code Snippets plugin.

Configure add-ons on their dedicated settings page

As we’re working on new add-ons for WP Full Stripe, now it’s the time to have a settings page dedicated to add-ons.

In this spirit, we’ve added an ‘Add-ons’ section to the ‘Full Stripe / Settings’ page:

There is a new section called 'Add-ons' on the 'Full Stripe / Settings' page in WP admin

On the Add-ons page, every activated add-on is listed, and can be configured by selecting the add-on in question:

Activated add-ons are listed on the 'Full Stripe / Settings / Add-ons' page in WP admin

Right now, you can manage only the settings of WP Full Stripe Members on this page, but new add-ons are in the pipeline.

View custom field values on the Wordress dashboard

If you’re using custom fields then now you can view the custom field values in the ‘Transaction details’ side pane of the transaction:

Custom field values can be viewed in the 'Transaction details' side pane of the transaction

IMPORTANT: Viewing custom field values doesn’t work retroactively, as the plugin will start saving custom field values in the Wordpress database after installing this plugin update.

Use coupons that support a subset of your products on inline forms

If a coupon is applied to specific products and the inline form has a product selector, the form can inform your customers if their purchase is eligible for the discount code they’re trying to redeem.

This is how your form will display if your customers try to redeem a coupon that doesn’t apply to the selected product:

The plugin informs the customer if the coupon cannot be applied to the selected product.

Limiting minimum subscription quantity when purchasing subscriptions in bulk

It’s been possible to buy subscriptions in bulk for a while in WP Full Stripe, but only the maximum subscription quantity could be limited, not the minimum quantity.

We’ve added an option to limit the minimum subscription quantity as well:

For buying subscriptions in bulk, the minimum subscription quantity can be limited.

Use the customer’s IP address in email notifications and thank you pages

We’ve added the %IP_ADDRESS% placeholder token which contains the IP address of the customer.

The placeholder token can be used in email notifications, thank you pages, and transaction descriptions (one-time payment and donation forms).

For learning more about placeholder tokens, please refer to the Using placeholder tokens knowledge base article.

Add new sections to the customer portal

You can add new sections to the top and bottom of the customer portal, as illustrated by the following screenshot:

New sections can be added to the top and bottom of the customer portal.

The sections can be implemented using Wordpress filters, please refer to the Add new sections to the customer portal page section of the customer portal documentation.

Hide the ‘Subscriptions’ section on the customer portal

You can hide the ‘Subscriptions’ sections of the customer portal by turning off the ‘Show subscriptions to customers?’ option on the ‘Full Stripe / Settings / Customer portal’ page in WP admin:

You can hide the 'Subscriptions' section of the customer portal by turning off the 'Show subscriptions to customers' option on the 'Full Stripe / Settings / Customer portal' page in WP admin

Disable scrolling on the customer portal

The can disable scrolling the customer portal pane into view when the page is reloaded by turning off the ‘Scroll pane into view’ option on the ‘Full Stripe / Settings / Customer portal’ page in WP admin:

You can disable scrolling the customer portal pane into view when the page is reloaded by turning off the 'Scroll pane into view' option on the 'Full Stripe / Settings / Customer portal' page in WP admin.

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