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Keep WordPress users in sync with CiviCRM memberships by granting either a role or capabilities to users with that membership. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Keep WordPress users in sync with CiviCRM memberships by granting either a role or capabilities to users with that membership.
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CiviCRM WordPress Member Sync You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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CiviCRM WordPress Member Sync
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<strong>Note:</strong> Since version 0.4.4 it is not necessary to set this constant because this time-saving feature is now the default. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>Note:</strong> Since version 0.4.4 it is not necessary to set this constant because this time-saving feature is now the default.
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This will allow you to select multiple Membership Types when adding an Association Rule. When saved, one Rule will be created for each of the selected Membership Types. This could save a lot of time in setting up your Association Rules. Thanks to <a href="https://design.foxpress.io/">Foxpress Design</a> for funding this upgrade. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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This will allow you to select multiple Membership Types when adding an Association Rule. When saved, one Rule will be created for each of the selected Membership Types. This could save a lot of time in setting up your Association Rules. Thanks to <a href="https://design.foxpress.io/">Foxpress Design</a> for funding this upgrade.
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If you have a large number of Membership Types, you can add the following code to your <code>wp-config.php</code> file: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you have a large number of Membership Types, you can add the following code to your <code>wp-config.php</code> file:
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New in version 0.4.2 You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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New in version 0.4.2
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It is also strongly recommended that you also install <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/civicrm-admin-utilities/">CiviCRM Admin Utilities</a> and have version 0.6.8 or greater activated. Make sure the checkbox labelled "Check this to fix the Contact 'soft delete' process" is checked so that Contacts that have been "soft deleted" have their corresponding WordPress User's status updated. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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It is also strongly recommended that you also install <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/civicrm-admin-utilities/">CiviCRM Admin Utilities</a> and have version 0.6.8 or greater activated. Make sure the checkbox labelled "Check this to fix the Contact 'soft delete' process" is checked so that Contacts that have been "soft deleted" have their corresponding WordPress User's status updated.
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<strong>Note:</strong> If you have the "<a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/groups/">Groups</a>" plugin activated and it is version 2.8.0 or greater, then you will have the option to specify one or more "current" and "expired" groups to which users will be synced depending on whether their membership is "current" or "expired". You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>Note:</strong> If you have the "<a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/groups/">Groups</a>" plugin activated and it is version 2.8.0 or greater, then you will have the option to specify one or more "current" and "expired" groups to which users will be synced depending on whether their membership is "current" or "expired".
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<strong>Note:</strong> If you have the "<a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/groups/">Groups</a>" plugin active, then all "civimember_ID" capabilities will be added to its custom capabilities as well as to the list of capabilities used to enforce read access on posts. If you have Groups 2.8.0 or greater installed, then you will have the option to specify one or more "current" and "expired" groups to which users will be synced depending on whether their membership is "current" or "expired". You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>Note:</strong> If you have the "<a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/groups/">Groups</a>" plugin active, then all "civimember_ID" capabilities will be added to its custom capabilities as well as to the list of capabilities used to enforce read access on posts. If you have Groups 2.8.0 or greater installed, then you will have the option to specify one or more "current" and "expired" groups to which users will be synced depending on whether their membership is "current" or "expired".
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This plugin requires a minimum of <em>WordPress 4.4</em> and <em>CiviCRM 4.6</em>. It is compatible with the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/members/">Members</a> and <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/groups/">Groups</a> plugins. Please refer to the Installation page for configuration instructions. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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This plugin requires a minimum of <em>WordPress 4.4</em> and <em>CiviCRM 4.6</em>. It is compatible with the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/members/">Members</a> and <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/groups/">Groups</a> plugins. Please refer to the Installation page for configuration instructions.
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<strong>Note:</strong> Be sure to test this plugin thoroughly before using it in a production environment. At minimum, you should log in as a test user to ensure you have been granted the appropriate role or capabilities when that user is given membership. Then take away the membership for the user in their CiviCRM record, log back in as the test user, and make sure you no longer have that role or those capabilities. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>Note:</strong> Be sure to test this plugin thoroughly before using it in a production environment. At minimum, you should log in as a test user to ensure you have been granted the appropriate role or capabilities when that user is given membership. Then take away the membership for the user in their CiviCRM record, log back in as the test user, and make sure you no longer have that role or those capabilities.
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The first thing to decide is whether you want CiviCRM WordPress Member Sync to synchronize CiviCRM Memberships to WordPress Roles or WordPress Capabilities. If, for example, you need your WordPress user roles to be independent of membership status, then choose Capabilities. The default synchronisation method is Capabilities, because WordPress has limited support for multiple roles. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The first thing to decide is whether you want CiviCRM WordPress Member Sync to synchronize CiviCRM Memberships to WordPress Roles or WordPress Capabilities. If, for example, you need your WordPress user roles to be independent of membership status, then choose Capabilities. The default synchronisation method is Capabilities, because WordPress has limited support for multiple roles.
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It may sometimes be necessary to manually synchronize users. Click on the "Manually Synchronize" tab on the admin page to do so. You will want to use this when you initially configure this plugin to synchronize your existing users. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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It may sometimes be necessary to manually synchronize users. Click on the "Manually Synchronize" tab on the admin page to do so. You will want to use this when you initially configure this plugin to synchronize your existing users.
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Click on "Add Association Rule" to create a rule. You will need to create a rule for every CiviCRM membership type you would like to synchronize. For every membership type, you will need to determine the CiviMember states that define the member as "current" thereby granting them the appropriate WordPress role. It is most common to define "New", "Current" and "Grace" as current. Similarly, select which states represent the "expired" status thereby removing the WordPress role from the user. It is most common to define "Expired", "Pending", "Cancelled" and "Deceased" as the expired status. With 'roles' as your synchronization method, also set the role to be assigned if the membership has expired in "Expiry Role". This is not needed when working with Capabilities. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Click on "Add Association Rule" to create a rule. You will need to create a rule for every CiviCRM membership type you would like to synchronize. For every membership type, you will need to determine the CiviMember states that define the member as "current" thereby granting them the appropriate WordPress role. It is most common to define "New", "Current" and "Grace" as current. Similarly, select which states represent the "expired" status thereby removing the WordPress role from the user. It is most common to define "Expired", "Pending", "Cancelled" and "Deceased" as the expired status. With 'roles' as your synchronization method, also set the role to be assigned if the membership has expired in "Expiry Role". This is not needed when working with Capabilities.
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Select "Roles" as the sync method You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Select "Roles" as the sync method
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