My client sold a number of specific page/post access links. She set the expiration to the maximum of 50 years, and I can see in the PayPal short code an expiration of 438291. However several purchasers have told her that their links are now resulting in an expired message. The page they see is very simple - a mostly empty page with a message up at the top.
Here’s the purchase link used for that:
[s2Member-Pro-PayPal-Form sp=“1” ids=“1253,1246,1242,1250” exp=“438291” desc=“Your TriplePlay is available to you for a one-time fee of $14.99.” ps=“paypal” lc="" cc=“USD” dg=“0” ns=“1” custom=“www.website.com” ra=“14.99” accept=“paypal” accept_via_paypal=“paypal” coupon="" accept_coupons=“1” default_country_code="" captcha=“0” success="/tripleplay-purchase-complete/" /]
This is the primary problem. We don’t know how these could be showing up as expired all of a sudden.
The page DOES appear if I am logged in as admin.
She tried creating a Specific Page/Post Access link, as have I, but when that page loads we only get the page, not the posts that are included within it. You can see in the link above we have selected multiple items: both the page and the individual posts contained within. We are not able to select the individual posts when creating the Access Link. The page is restricted by Specific Page/Post. The individual posts are part of overall membership - should we also make them SPP-restricted? Can they be both? No, I think not, because it would then require a user be a member to view them, correct?
This is a secondary problem. The main issue is why users are suddenly seeing this as expired.