This early pre-release of s2Member & s2Member Pro, v200203-RC has a few fixes, particularly for the latest Stripe improvements. If you would like to help us test, please review the instructions and changelog below.
Download Release Candidate
- s2Member Framework v200203-RC — s2member-v200203-RC.zip (i.e., the free version and framework required by s2Member Pro).
- s2Member Pro Add-On v200203-RC — s2member-pro-v200203-RC.zip (must be logged into your s2Member.com account as a customer).
Installation Instructions (i.e., to test this early release)
On a test site, please follow the manual upgrade instructions provided by these articles:
- Manual Upgrade Instructions for s2Member Framework
- Manual Upgrade Instructions for s2Member Pro Add-On
Reporting Problems w/ this Release Candidate
Please, report bugs and feedback on GitHub.
Unified Changelog for s2Member & s2Member Pro v200203-RC
- (s2Member Pro) Bug Fix: In some rare cases, another plugin also loaded Stripe's class before s2Member, so when s2 tried loading it there'd be an error. This release fixes the check for the class before trying to load it. See issue #1170
Note: s2Member won't have control over what version of the Stripe SDK was loaded by the other plugin. You'll need to get that other plugin to have an up-to-date version. If you don't have another plugin loading Stripe, this is not relevant to you.
(s2Member Pro) Bug Fix: When using a 100% off coupon, requiring no payment, the Stripe pro-form was still loading the card field and requiring it, preventing the free signup. That's fixed in this release. See issue #1171
(s2Member Pro) Bug Fix: The Stripe pro-form, when given an invalid card, didn't give a clear error message for it, and instead just "invalid parameter". Now it shows the correct card error, making it possible for the customer to try a different card to complete the payment.
(s2Member Pro) Feature Update: The Indian Rupee was added to the list of currency symbols.
(s2Member Pro) Feature Enhancement: The s2Member Pro add-on, not being a regular plugin was not uploadable via the WP plugin manager. This made it necessary to FTP, which is complicated for some site owners. In this release I made it possible for the plugin manager to upload or remove the Pro add-on.
Note: It still is not a regular plugin. The activation link or status in the plugins manager is irrelevant, but I couldn't find how to remove it. s2Member Pro activates automatically when its version matches the Framework's, and it'll be mentioned next to the Framework's version in the plugins manager.
Please note that when this version leaves beta and an official release is made, the WordPress Plugin Updater will automatically detect the new version on WordPress.org and ask you to upgrade. If you're using s2Member Pro, you will also be asked to complete an upgrade of the s2Member Pro Add-On right after you upgrade the s2Member Framework. For more information, please review Automatic Updates Through WordPress (Recommended).