I just tried to implement your Beta Version of Membership, but it didn't install right. The files seem also very small to me.
I also checked to reinstall the hotfix version of membership and the PayPal Error still remains.
It seems that also the "clear page/posts on updates" doesn't work for me too. This might be associated with the permission issue described above.
When I change something on a page and load it over the inkognito mode the changes are not visible.
I think Luis was not precise enough. Our problem was as follow:
On Friday I enabled caching on our site and it improved our website speed a lot. But on saturday it began that users where complaining that they can't login on our site (via https:tintyoga.com/log-in). It said: Request failed.
Wp-Login was still working and I added your membership login shortcode to another page for testing where it worked. I was then talking to Luis on sunday to fix this issue and we figured out that this should have something to do with the hummingbird caching plugin. After deactivating the caching functions the old login page worked again.
What are my problems now?
1. I want to enable caching, but somehow the login page returns an error for users. Do you have known issues with this? Maybe it could help to disable caching for the login page?
2. I want to make hummingbird changes inside the plugin and not via manual ftp changes. When I want to clear the cache for example it gives back an error, something like "couldn't access the wp-content folder, change permissions to 755". I checked it and the permissions for the wp-content folder are 755, but our wp-content folder is called "assets" for security reasons. Maybe the plugin is looking for the "wp-content" folder and doesn't realize the "assets" folder?
I try to recreate the issue on our prod.tintyoga.com with the login problems. Unfortunately on friday everything worked on our test site with the login which was why I implemented it on our live site.
Thanks for your help Nastia! Great Support!
All the best,