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  1. Hi, I used this CMS only in test phase and never on a Live site because I am still "Studying" it and I have some questions for you. For a client that owns a Club (120 members) that has also a restaurant, I need to create a member website with these features: Admin side: 1. The admin should be able to create custom filed for the members (Adress 1, Adress 2, Company, etc. etc.) "Budget" will be one of this custom field: every member has an amount of money when they join the club. Money they can use for restaurant etc. 2. The admin will have a "Add Bill" function where he can add Bills from the restaurant for every member. The amount of the Bill will be then detracted to the Members budget. Example: The member Kevin White has a budget of 1000 Euros, he goes to the restaurant and spends 20. Actualized budget: 980 Euros. 3. The admin will have a section called "Members" where he can see an overview of the members and the open bills they have to pay 4. The admin can creates events for members. The events can have maximum numbers of applications and every member can decide to come with someone. 5. The admin can send via email a report to the members with the Negativ "Balance". Member side: 1. Every member will have an overview of the Bills from the restaurant 2. Every member can join events. That's it. So my main question is: Can I do this with processwire? When yes can please you suggest me the right modules? Many many many thanks
  2. I have my own register-login-profile/account page system. I know that Ryan recently released an official module for this, but there may be an advantage to having my own custom solution. Anyway, it seems to work well. But, I have been getting annoying Russian hack attempt accounts, mostly as 'guests' that don't bother to use the activation link. Most if not all of these accounts have this in the name field: No Subscription Detected Not Recognized ...which makes them relatively easy to filter out from real name accounts. Where do these "strings" come from? I can't find them in Processwire's source. Are the hackers using some kind of tool that inserts these for some reason? Or is it a PHP thing? Does anyone recognize them? Does it mean they are using some kind of backdoor instead of the registration form? In general, what are the best practices to secure my registration form, prevent spam accounts, etc.? I'll start with adding a check to block IP addresses that try to register with 'Not Recognized' etc. in the name field I guess.
  3. Hey Guys, One of my clients asked me to look at the options for a very complex website, what to use and how to do it. And to be honest i've been thrown in at the deep end a little bit. There is so much software out there and it's kinda hard to try everything out especially in combination with each other, so I thought I would ask if anyone had any experience with such a website and the tools needed to get it up and running. I think the things I'm tryin to achieve are to complex to build solely in ProcessWire since it needs alot of complex modules, but I would love your take in this This is a list of things I would like to achieve within the website: - For one, the website will need dynamic content: news articles, company listings, company profiles, Job application listings ( doesn't have to be a full recruitement module per se ) - Memberships. Two types of memberships, a paid subscription for advertisers/companies that will be listed. And a free membership for visitors with personal interests, interests logging and preferences. - Advertising platform. My clients wants to sell subscriptions to advertisers though a webshop, and place them on the site and place banners on the site for them according to fixed paid-for agreements ( ex. 30.000 presentations of the banner over a period of 2 months ). Here we'll also need to track click throughs and be able to supply documentation about displays and performance of the banners. For this I was thinking about Google's Doubleclick although I haven't found it what it costs on their website. - Marketing automation. My client is looking for a platform that handles marketing automation for the free subscribed members. We would like to be able to segments the users, and target them according to interests, and naturally follow up and our offers. It would make sense to be able to use the same platform for holding the user data, as not to have a client system in our CMS and have a seperate one in our Marketing Automation software. First I was looking for one system to do all of this, but I think it next to impossible to achieve that. So now I'm thinking a good and expandable base CMS with good integration options for 3th party platforms and modules. My goal is not to create all these modules myself considering the complexity of just one of them, but to create a nicely integrated system which covers all attributes using as much pre-exisiting systems as possible for fast delivery and having fully tested and functional systems. Have any of you ever built such a site, or have any ideas what kinds of CMS or platforms you would use to achieve it? I would love to hear your ideas! Thanks in advance, Bram Wolf
  4. I'm developing a site for a client in a private directory on my web host that is running wordpress. In the clients site, I have a members section that requires a login. I'm having trouble with the logout url which when called will go to the wordpress logout screen when called. This is what I have for code: <div class="login-message">Hello <?php echo $page->title; ?>. Welcome back. <a class="logout" href="?logout=1">Logout?</a></div> I know that it will be fine in a live site but I need to show this functioning as intended for the client. Does anyone have any experience or suggestions on how to resolve this?
  5. I have a situation where I need a client to be able to select from a pre-existing group of pages to include in a member's page of a site. For example, consider this structure: home category 1 --cat 1 content 1 --cat 1 content 2 category 2 --cat2 content 1 --cat2 content 2 members --bob --andrew So would it be possible for a client to choose on the page "bob" to show the page "--cat 1 content 1" and any other page in that category and possibly also "--cat 2 content 1"? The member's pages are hidden from the public and require a login to view "bob" and "andrew". Meaning only user "bob" can login to "bob". Would this be possible by using the "pages" field?
  6. I'm trying to wrap my head around how to implement a members only section of a site where specific content could be delivered to a site visitor based on their login credentials. For example, "Sarah" logins and she sees content only specified for her and "Bob" logins and sees only content for him, and so on. And it would also need to be easy for the site administrator to easily add the login credentials, and then also easily add content for that user. I have a client who wants to be able to share videos with potential customers and they don't want the general public to see these videos. I have done a PW site that has a members only section, but everyone sees the same content since they have the same login info. I'm thinking that I would have to have the site admin be able to add a new role to a user to be able to view a page specific to them. Can this be done with PW and if so, does anyone have suggestions as to how I can implement this? Thanks!
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