OptimizePress 2.0 & aMember Customization Help

Discussion in 'Templates customization' started by rohan, Nov 13, 2013.

  1. rohan

    rohan aMember Pro Customer

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    Hello,

    We want to integrate aMember with OptimizePress 2.0

    Here's what happens: http://fbadassassin.com/membersarea/login/index

    It doesn't show properly.

    But it should look like this page: http://fbadassassin.com/disclaimer

    Just imagine that last page without the disclaimer message and with the amember stuff integrated.

    We've been boggling our minds about this for a week now and support only gives reference to the documentation.

    Looking forward to a reply.

    Rohan
  2. rohan

    rohan aMember Pro Customer

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    Here's a quick follow up...

    http://fbadassassin.com/app

    It should kinda look like this page. Note that this leads to the application. And we want to run this inside the members area.

    Rohan
  3. alexander

    alexander Administrator Staff Member

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    Hi,
    I found your ticked in helpd'esk. I will fix theme integration and provide and update in helpdesk today.
  4. teberuu

    teberuu aMember Pro Customer

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    Hi,

    Is this fix available for all users?

    I also have OP2 and the default integration doesn't work (no styles applied)
  5. pkrpkram

    pkrpkram aMember Pro Customer

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    Had this too with OP2.
    It looks like it's a quirk in the OP2 theme because with all other themes in combination with aMember I looked at it works perfectly.
    For my site I fixed the style by adding additional styles to /amember/application/default/views/public/css/site-dist.css and then renaming that file to site.css.
    It seems to be the way to keep the style modifications during future aMember updates.
    The OP2 theme has more quirks - try keeping the Wordpress database on your local and remote server in sync and observe (make a backup of your database first). Peculiar we have to use aMember to fix problems in Wordpress themes.

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