A new iMember360 extension for WooCommerce was added to enable a deep integration between WooCommerce and Infusionsoft. This extension requires that WooCommerce be installed and active on your site. Removed the need of IonCube or Zend Guard Loader.
A fix for a potential security risk is also implemented. We highly recommend that you update to this version. This release fixes an incorrect redirect when a logged in user lacking permissions would sometimes be redirected to the home page instead of the site’s 404 page.
Beginning with a recent release, Infusionsoft generates incorrect HTML code for webforms for “multiple” select fields. Instead of using the standard multiple=”multiple”, the generated code includes multiple=””. This results in an incorrect parsing of the webforms. With this release, we provide a permanent workaround for this error.
iMember360 now supports PHP 7.x.
Added a few fixes for theme-specific conflicts. Made some adjustments to OAuth2 restHooks implementation. Minor changes to the admin UI
This version introduces support for Infusionsoft’s “resthooks”, enabling app-side notifications of certain changes to contact records and settings. The iMember360 LearnDash extension is now included as a built-in optional module, including expanded integration with LearnDash. Numerous improvements/changes have been made to the admin UI
This version fixes a CSS conflict with themes and plugins using Bootstrap modal windows.
This version fixes a CSS conflict with OptimizePress 2.0 which precluded some iMember360 “popups” from working correctly.
This version includes a complete “port” of iClient360, the client self-service portal originally released as a stand-alone plugin. New shortcodes: [i4w_user_profile] : Generates an input form through which a logged in contact can update his/her basic Infusionsoft contact data. [i4w_user_invoices] : This shortcode enables you to display a list of invoices to your subscribers, based …
In recent weeks, contact records acquired through the API have randomly been turning up with a tag whose ID is 0 (zero). Under given settings, this can lead to inconsistencies in API-based scripts, up to and including login and logout issues. Having reported the issue, I am happy to report that it has been confirmed …