When I look at the permission app and the permission I can set for each membership level I need some clarification
For instance, what do you mean by: "Edit Any Person's Profile" is it just the members own profile or does it grant a right to edit all profiles? If so, why isn't there a permission called "Edit own Profile"? The question relates to all the instances where you use "Any"
The UNA code performs pretty well in speed tests, which is important for user experience and search engine rankings. See the score in the attachment on our site after we have optimised the images. Nothing else except cloudflare on the server side
I checked out your site. I don't look much at the shine and glamour of the site, but at the concept and you have an excellent concept there. The article you featured about what women are looking for is correct. It is about nesting with stimulation from outside the nest. When it comes to stimulation and we are in the area of "action", it has to be "safe action". Going borderline with them, will make them worry if you're going to go borderline within the nest as well. Hollywood nailed it by always having protagonists that are stoic in character. They always exhibit control of the situation. That control is the safety the females are looking for. Good example is when Tom Cruise is acting, but pretty much all of the successful actors has that characteristic when acting.
...and there is truth in educated people should find each other. There is a greater chance of a satisfying relationship than if the two are too far apart in educational level. The educated often go depressed and frustrated and the other part is clueless.
You ask for "Cancellation Email". But it is impossible to get an email address approved with a standard membership. When you try, you get the following error message: "Your current membership (Standard) doesn't allow you to 'Post links'."
Stripe launched a new API 8. November. Is your Stripe API using the old or the new API for paid membership levels?
My stripe payment worked before but I can't make it work now. Below is the text from Stripe explaining what they have upgraded.
Here's a few major changes that may affect you:
The id field of invoice line items for subscriptions is no longer set to the subscription ID, but instead to a unique ID. The subscription ID is now contained in the subscription field and the subscription_item field contains the subscription item ID.
When creating or updating subscriptions, the default value of trial_from_plan is now false, meaning that a subscription will not automatically inherit a plan's trial_period_days. If a subscription is already trialing, switching to a new plan without specifying trial_from_plan will maintain the trial. We recommend setting an explicit trial per subscription instead of setting trials on plans.
The plan object attributes name and statement_descriptor have been deprecated. Plans are now linked to product objects by the product attribute on plans. The name and statement_descriptor attributes of the linked product are now used instead. An error is now returned if name or statement_descriptor are passed to POST /v1/plans.
Allows a new subscription's first full invoice to be on a future date, by specifying billing_cycle_anchor, with an optional proration up to that date.
Payouts were moved out of Transfers into their own resource. /v1/payouts now represents moving money from a Stripe account to a bank account or debit card, and /v1/transfers now represents Connect platforms moving money between Stripe accounts.