Membership / AuthPro / Development.

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I'm Just wondering whats happening with development on the membership / log in feature, I can see that many suggestion have been made previously including the AuthPro feature. Which I can see some people have implemented.

Could you possibly advise how we can add the AuthPro to our website. as I don't have the first clue! apologies for my ignorance.

(Per previous suggestions, re: password protecting, I don't think work when you want people to pay to view content (with different tier-ing i.e basic, medium and premium.) hence requiring this membership.

Thanks
Matt
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Hello Matt,

Here's a thread which gives you steps on adding AuthPro to your website.

I hope that helps!
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Here's another thread that has many replies from me with steps on how to implement AuthPro to your site.

I have successfully implemented AuthPro, but I don't update the site that I have AuthPro on anymore. If you would like you can sign into my old site that has AuthPro.

Click here to sign in to the site.

If you have any questions, please let me know.

Kind regards,
Nathan
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Hi Nathan,

Thanks for your reply, this was pretty complicated for me, a non IT person, but I followed your thread and after about 5 hours I managed to worked it out, never give up i say! Can't believe it took me so long now but least I'm there, at first I never thought I was going to get there, as well as a few sticky points between!

I'm still not too sure how the HTML widgit works but I didn't really need it after all.
Could someone explain that (or send a link through,) for how the widgit works etc, might be useful somewhere else?? as i don't have the first clue on that.

Anyhoo, Nathan Thanks, my website now is working with a membership area thanks to your earlier threads! whooop! I signed up to your website as well if it helps.

Also do you know away around, the more than 10 members (you have to pay) feature of AuthPro? As at the mo, I'm only using the free version? I take it you are using something better now?

Cheers
Matt
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FYI (ALL)- AuthPro now has a implementation wizard.... which I just noticed, which should make things ten times as quick for everyone else now if they want to create a membership area. It's really easy to follow, wish I saw that bout 8 hours ago...
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Does it show you how to display a message like "Welcome, {username}"? (where {username} is the actual user's name)

If not, I can give you a small code for that.

Nathan
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Hi Matt,

I'm glad you got it to work! :) Also, I don't really have another membership website right now. I'm working on something called the "HTML Quiz" and it's almost done (I'm just working on the bugs still) It asks you questions about HTML and it's multiple choice. I made it with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. And if it isn't for that HTML widget, I don't know what I would do.

Regarding HTML, I'll explain what HTML is and what the HTML Widget is for.

First of all, what is HTML?
HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language and it is the language (code) for building the structure of a webpage. It is very important, because if it wasn't for HTML, there would be no such thing as the internet!

Tip: You can right click on this page, any page really, and click on "View Source" or "View Page Source" to see the HTML and other code that makes that page up.

Now, what is the HTML widget for?
The HTML Widget is so you can implement custom code to your site. In the HTML Widget, you can add HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. That code I provided would have to go into an HTML widget, as I said in the replies.

For example, if you entered this into the HTML widget, it would produce bold text that is red:


<span style="color:red;font-weight:bold;">This is red text generated by HTML code</span>



Here's a screen shot of what you would see with that code:



I hope this helps!

Kind regards,
Nathan
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Cheers Nathan, legend.

If you could supply that code would be great!

My website is coming along nicely now. But I have one hitch, I am going to start another thread but thought you may know.

I need to embed videos's on to my website that are longer than the 15mb free yola package.

So far for my video's, 10 mins long means 333MB.

If I upgrade to Yola Silver, 100mb's allowance. This still wouldn't be of help.
Some of my video's will be an hour long, I intend to load quite a few video's.

I don't want to upload the video's on to YouTube & link them to my site, as I want to eventually charge for viewing the video's through the membership section on the website. Hence why I think I need to embed them, its been suggested that I could cut the video's down, but this won't work as the length of the clips can't be significantly shortened.

Does anyone have any suggestions? I will start a new thread if not!
Thanks for your help so far.

Matt