Some of the plugins we sell at HappyPlugins are shortcodes-based, and many of our clients want to use the shortcodes in different custom post types and / or themes.
First, an important clarification: All of our shortcodes-based plugins are using regular WordPress shortcodes, which means that if the element you are using inside the custom post type / page-builder supports WordPress shortcodes then you can also use any shortcode of these plugins as specified below:
As we have been getting many requests lately from customs who are using ClickFunnels and Wishlist Member and want to know if the Wishlist Auto Registration plugin supports Wishlist Member and ClickFunnels integration here is the detailed explanation why it does not:
Wishlist Auto Registration automates the registration process to your membership site and prevents duplicate and incomplete registrations.
Wishlist Auto Registration needs a direct integration with a payment gateway, it does not support 3rd-party integrations like ClickFunnels as the information is not returned to the plugin and cannot be parsed in order to trigger the automatic registration process.
The integration of Wishlist Member and ClickFunnels involves more than one service and, therefore, the information is not returning in the correct format to Wishlist Member in a way that Wishlist Auto Registration can identify it as a new registration.
We also currently don’t have any plans developing a solution for this scenario, however, if you are interested in custom development that will solve this issue and will suit you exact needs and specification, please contact our support team for a quote.
All the shortcodes-based plugins at HappyPlugins.com are using regular WordPress shortcodes, which means that if the element you are using inside OptimizePress supports WordPress shortcodes then you can also use any shortcode of the above plugins.
This is not a limitation of our plugin, but this is just the way that OptimizePress is parsing the shortcodes.