We’re developing a client’s site. The client company has been using S2Member Framework on a previous site (which we also developed) and has just upgraded to Pro on my advice. Users should be able to register for free (which his working fine) and need to be split into two groups, ideally at the same level, based on registration information, so that they see content that’s specific to them. They shouldn’t see any payment information. I have some questions.
- Is it possible to assign custom capabilities (CCAPs) programatically based on choices that the user makes or has made? For example, could the user choose a town or city (which I could include as a custom field that’s user-editable only in the registration form using the relevant S2Member preferences) and that choice assign the CCAPs and/or levels? If it can’t be done during registration, is there a way it can be done later, perhaps using something like a one-time-offer? (The grouping, however, shouldn’t be visible to the users, ideally. They just answer questions and see filtered content.)
- Is it possible to set up and assign levels, CCAPs and related functions as above without the user seeing any PayPal buttons or request for payment? A one-time-payment PayPal feature is coming to the site so that will be useful as a separate, entirely unrelated feature but meanwhile, none of the access restriction should make reference to any payment.
- An unrelated question: can we style the Member Profile Modifications form?
As an aside, we built the client’s site a year ago and it has been working well. We’re now moving to make the registration a less staff-intensive process, hence all these questions about users being assigned CCAPs and levels based on their own choices.
This topic was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by Bahi P.