Membership Management

MemberShip Management has the elements required for making portal pages, seting up member types, permissions, and subscriptions and payments, login and registration pages, and everything else needed for creating a fully functional customer/ member based web portal.

Web Links

The web links page holds important links needed for the portal to run, the registration and login links needed for members to be able to join and use the portal.

The links displayed are the actual links to the portal registration and sign in locations, and are working even before any pages are added to the portal. The links apart from the company company ID appended to the end of each link, are automatically generated.

Click the Change Button to change the current Company ID. Changing the company ID here will alter the active registration and login links with the new company ID, and links with the old ID will no longer navigate to the portal.

The Edit Signup Page Button summons a window to customize the whole of the registration page in a desired style. The only thing that must be on the page in some form is the exact string [[Signupcontrol]], which is controls the information fields and registration process.

The Edit Login Page Button brings up a window for customizing the portal login page to a desired look or image. The only thing that must be on the page in some form is the exact string [[Logincontrol]], which controls the login field functionality.

The Login Widget Button brings up a copyable block of HTML that can be inserted in social networking sites like Facebook, in emails, or any place where HTML can be used to create a remote login to the portal. The widget itself can be customized to fit a variety of themes, with

only the exact string [[Loginwidgetcontrol]] required for proper login functionality.

Changes to the Login Page, Login Widget, and Registration Page can be previewed at any time by clicking the Preview Button at the bottom of each page. Pressing the Load Default button will change the page to contain only the necessary code to ensure functionality.