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|Posted: Monday Oct 15th, 2012 at 2:59 pm #28460|
Hello. I’m look for a little guidance, perhaps some hack coding assistance. We are trying to sell content on on out site as both membership and pay per view.
I have my site setup using CCAP, and access to posts by paid members works as expected. As an extension, we want to also sell each article on a pay per view basis. That is all posts can be access by subscription members who are logged in, but these same individual articles can be purchased ala carte and accessed without signing in using the Specific Page/Posts feature.
The problem is, I can limit access to articles via ccap using a conditional, but then anyone who purchases a post alacarte can’t access the article because their isn’t a built in conditional that also evaluate (via an “OR” operator) whether someone has access via a self-expiring link. According to the support staff, it may be possible to write a hack to work around this limitation. I’m someone green on PHP hooks/filters, and many of the S2 hooks aren’t documented. Does anyone know which one I should be trying to use? Further, has anyone tried this or by will to try this and provide a little code guidance for a PHP greenie? :)