About UserCredits for WordPress
Outerbridge’s UserCredits for WordPress plugin allows you to translate monetary payment amounts into user credits (i.e. points) on your website. Credits can then be used to perform certain operations on the site, such as accessing a restricted page on the website.
- Manage user credits (or points) when people buy credits from you
- Credits can expire or be reset
- Easy to implement access control to time-limit access to protected content
- Easy to set-up and use – all pages and help files rewritten by our UX expert
- Implemented via shortcodes
- Create unlimited credit bundles
- Individually manage users
- Free credits for new users
- My UserCredits page in the admin area where users can check their balances
- Admin page which shows which users have access to which page
- UserCredits has the ability for users to transfer credits to other users
- Handy buttons with customisable messages to direct users to using their credits
- Customisable information messages
- Sidebar widgets for highest balance, most recent purchase, and the balance of the logged-in user
- Detailed transaction logs showing who’s done what, and when (filterable for individual users)
- Customisable scheduled emails for low balance alert, credits added, and weekly balance update
- Comprehensive instructions
- Hooks (action and filter) for advanced users to add their own functions
- Translation ready
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PayPal and Other Payment ProvidersMost of the questions that we receive are about integrating UserCredits with PayPal. To make this easier, we have released an add-on to the plugin which allows you to easily integrate UserCredits with PayPal IPN. It’s available exclusively on CodeCanyon.
For integration with other payment providers (and PayPal if you don’t wish to use our easy-to-use add-on), the user credits plugin comes into play only when you have successfully received a payment from your provider, so you need to receive a variable with the payment value from your payment provider. The name of this parameter can be set to meet your requirements on the plugin’s Settings page, making it easier for you to set up your site alongside your payment provider.
Please be aware that we do not support integration with third-party software.
If you need help, please click on the support tab to see details of what’s available.
For pre-sales questions, you can leave a post in the comments tab here on CodeCanyon.
For post-sales support, please visit our helpdesk.
IMPORTANT: UserCredits underwent a major rewrite for version 4.0. If you’re upgrading from v3.x to v4.x, you MUST make the changes set out on the Upgrading UserCredits tab in the documentation otherwise UserCredits will not work properly.
- v4.3 – 24 April 2015 – escaped all instances of add_query_args()
- v4.2 – 01 April 2015 – reworked the datetime function, added option for controlling scheduled emails, plus styled admin buttons
- v4.1.3 – 27 January 2015 – updated demo site link and removed the php4 constructor
- v4.1.2 – 23 January 2015 – fixed multisite issues
- v4.1.1 – 06 January 2015 – added charset collate to table creation and removed v4.0 upgrade alert message
- v4.1 – 23 July 2014 – added $_POST, $_REQUEST, $_GET options, improved set-up page and rewrote help file, tidied comments, and fixed pagination on page access admin page
- v4.0.1 – 05 July 2014 – fixed bug affecting some users in set-up process
- v4.0 – 02 July 2014 – major re-write with many new features
- v3.1.2 – 26 February 2014 – added [day] and [hour] display options to the grace period
- v3.1.1 – 10 December 2013 – initial table creation issue fixed
- v3.1 – 06 December 2013 – fixed “You cannot add further credits that quickly” message not displaying and amended how viewtime and addupdatelock work
- v3.0 – 29 November 2013 – added credit expiries and made translation ready
- v2.2 – 25 July 2013 – added visual shortcodes
- v2.1.3 – 27 February 2013 – small bug fix
- v2.1.2 – 11 February 2013 – small bug fix
- v2.1.1 – 17 October 2012 – small bug fix
- v2.1.0 – 23 August 2012 – custom variable name
- v2.0.0 – 16 June 2012 – custom messages
Tested and working great with WordPress 4.2.2