A members directory is often a fundamental building block for association websites. While iThemes Exchange does not have this functionality built-in, using the power of GravityView and our plugin Gravity Forms Checkout Pro, you can set this up in minutes. Let’s get started.
Pippin Williamson is doing a great series on when to use custom database tables in WordPress. If you haven’t read at least his primer yet, do it now – seriously, I’ll wait. This tutorial is going to assume that you already know the general structure of your data, but if you do have any questions about this feel free to ask. Lastly, for those of you who like to read the last page of a book before starting, all of the code is publicly available on GitHub. P.S. The code for this tutorial heavily relies upon language features available in PHP 5.3.
Today we released version 1.2 of Classes for iThemes Exchange, our WordPress classes plugin. The new version bring support for multi-student registration to Classes. Now you can easily allow for parents to register their children, or a have one person pay for a group of friends. Multi-student registration is enabled in the add-on settings screen.
Today we released version 1.1 of Classes for iThemes Exchange, our WordPress classes plugin. You can now keep track of your student’s attendance right from the admin roster – no need for a separate tool or system.