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bit of advice....

Thread began 11/23/2012 3:23 pm by tonycox_426721 | Last modified 11/27/2012 10:45 am by Jason Byrnes | 475 views | 1 replies |


bit of advice....

hi guys.....just need some on advice on a site im building at the minute. i would like to know if i could add a payment section on the same page as a registration form for a site?.... I am building a site that would ask users to sign up for a years subscription fee which will then be able to give them acesss to the site. before i get stuck in with data assist etc i just wanted to know if its achievable? and any advice on the matter would be greatly appreciated.

cheers tone

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Registration and payment would be separate from each other.

rather than have payment on the same page as the registration, you would set up the registration to allow the user basic access to the site. once registered, the user can purchase the more advanced membership.

After the checkout has completed, update the users access level to allow access to the rest of the site.

The Archived Documentation section of the security assist support page has a User Level authentication tutorial, it was written for an earlier version of security assist, but the concept is the same.

you would need to use eCart for adding the membership to the cart and checking out.

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