plugins – How do I allow a user to purchase an expiring passcode to access part of my website, from my online store, similar to pay-per-view?

I am trying to add functionality to a website I am starting to create, which is a bit like a pay-per-view video channel, where a user (without registering) would go onto my online store and purchase a product, which in this case would be an automatically-generated passcode.

The user would receive the passcode via email and then use it to gain access to a specific (hidden/private) part of the website. The passcode would automatically expire a certain amount of time after it is first used, such as a few days.

I have done a bit of research and come across various membership plugins, such as MemberPress and Restrict Content Pro. However, these do not do what I require. I don’t want the user to create an online account; I simply want a passcode to be generated when paid for through the online store.

Is this possible? Could someone point me in the right direction for a plugin, or even a tutorial that explains how to do this? Thanks!

javascript – Is it possible to override only a part of another plugin’s / theme’s js (asset) file?

I try to go one step forward based on this question and instead of overriding the whole .js file of another plugin, i’m wondering is it possible to override/swap only a part of that js file dynamically?

To somehow maybe ‘inject’/ import my own function(s) additionally into that specific file safely (and fairly natively:)?

plugins – I have English words in Kurdish pages

Good Day,
I have a wordpress draft website with woocommerce plugin (https://landroveriraq.com/toto), I build this website with (3) languages (English, Arabic, Kurdish) the English is a default language.
I have no problem in all website except in Kurdish version has an English word instead of Kurdish like this page (https://landroveriraq.com/toto/ku/product/cw166b-3/) you will find (Description, Reviews, Related products, Email, Name, etc…).

I need your help to guide me how to fix this words and insert a Kurdish words instead of this.

Thanks a lot,
Omar

plugins – Custom Taxonomy is Missing (Or Limiting) Items

I created a custom taxonomy; “places” using toolset

region>country>city with 12 Regions / All Countries and just a few cities; 12 parents, 260 children

Where I am using the taxonomy in a post, custom post type or the menu, only some of the items show and it is quite random. 1/2 of Europe shows up 3 from the Caribbean, etc

I used the plugin Toolset; this issue has repeated in 4 different installs. I have worked with hosting and they assure me it is a development issue. I have worked with toolset and am on Day 6 of no solution; I have tried with different themes (Hello & Astra), Using Elementor or not (no plugins other than toolset itself; there is no support over the weekend. Does anyone have any idea WHY I would be missing just some of the taxonomy?

I am not seeing any errors in debugging

plugins – How to add to the content of the post of the IP user who previously filled in the form and the date of completing this form?

How to add to the content of the post of the IP user who previously filled in the form and the date of completing this form?

function cptpost()
{
    //create post object
    $userid=get_current_user_id();
    $my_post=array(
        'post_title' => wp_strip_all_tags ($_POST('name')),
        'post_content' => "PRODUCT: " .$_POST('name'). ". PRICE: " .$_POST('price'). " VAT: " .$_POST('vat').  " %." ,
        'post_status' => 'publish',
        'post_author' => 1,
        
        
        
);


wp_insert_post($my_post);
}
add_action('wp_head', 'cptpost');

plugins – Find out number of page visits to WP repo page?

Is it possible to know how many visits my plugin page gets on the WordPress repo? For example; lets say I own the plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/my-plugin. Is there a way to know how many people visit that exact page? I know as the plugin owner I can see how many people download the plugin that day. But what about how many people just visit that page (and decide not to download my plugin)?

Is it possible for me to place some google analytics in my readme to record such information? This information would help me know; are people finding my plugin but not deciding to download it (which suggests I need to fix the readme content) or that people are just not finding my plugin.

*Apologies if this kind of question is not allowed on this forum.

plugins – how to create user profile pages and display them based on users roles

Example: I have a website with 3 different user roles (amongst others):
*developers
*designers
*contributors

I would like to have profile pages for users and would like to be able to display users on pages based (filtered) by their role.
Hope this is clear. I have researched quite a few membership plugins and found that they are just bloated with features and ended up with TMI and no answers/solutions, so if you can help I would appreciate it.
Do you know of any plugins suitable of doing that?

Thanx in advance