You want people can register on your blog, but you want to filter them? Create codes, share them, track the codes, track the users. Just easy as it seems! Don’t let everyone register 😉
Check the BuddyPress version in “Developer” tab, made by “mediatricks.com”, thanks to you.
Extract the plugin folder from the downloaded ZIP file.
Upload BAW Easy Invitations Codes folder to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
Activate the plugin from the “Plugins” page in your Dashboard.
Go to settings !
To know: There is a BuddyPress version created by http://mediatricks.com based on my plugin.
As said in other review, it's impossible to enter manually a code since they got saved in lower case while the are entered in upper case...
The fix: Modify the plugin -> locate function create_invitation_code in back-end.php and replace $code=... by
$code = strtoupper(sanitize_key( $code ));
Now the code you create are correctly saved in upper case but there I already saw other bugs (code deletion not working well)
very helpful plugin.This is real beauty of FLOSS (Free & Libre Open Source Software)that you get funcionality that is very helpful that too is with source code.& if you are happy with it you may go for Pro Version (if developer is offering) or may enhance by yourself or can hire somebody.
Thanks bro for this very useful & helpful plugin.
One suggestion for system generated code : one more text field not to use certain confusing characters by admin.He will type some chraracter so it will not generate those characters set in code.
1.I have not checked that whether email is delivered to registered or not since this is tested on localhost.
2. One minor problem in manual code functionality.It creates code automatically in LOWER CASE & on registration it creates automatically in UPPER CASE.So it is immpposible for users to register those user who have manual code.