Hello everyone. I'm working on a Wordpress site that has the following requirements; one, it must have a login functionality so that users cannot go into the shopping area of the site without logging in. Two, it must have a database that users can enter a variety of information into, such as a non-profit they'd like some of their proceeds to go to.
Currently, we have two plugins we have selected for these jobs; for the first, we're using WP-Members. The second is Participants Database. I was wondering if there was any way to pass information between WP-Members and Participants database so as to cut down on the total amount of fields that the end user has to fill in.
Thanks in advance!
You could write a third plugin which has the sole purpose of capturing member information in suitable forms and saving the information as data for both WP-Members and Participants.
Another option is to add action hooks (plugin or theme) when a user is saved to update WP_Members and Participants data, as long as they both use the WP "users" and "usermeta" table.
If this sounds like you are not able to do it, I suggest looking to Gigs.