User View Components

Login Box

Typically, this component can be placed anywhere, however by default we have placed it into the top right corner of this website design. Once you're logged in, the login box will dissapear.

Login

Registration Box

The registration box is an optional component that can be used if you have a potential for new web users to sign up for an account.

Register

Registration is unavailable for this group.

Menu Component

The links component, if included with your package, is pre placed into the top right menu once you are logged in. This list displayed are of links to pages that you have been granted access to.

    Restrict Your Pages

    Setting up the Access Control system is a two step system.

    First, decide how you want your pages protected: either on a one-to-one user-to-page relation, or on a many-to-many user-group to multipe pages.

    If you plan on granting access to individual pages, to specific individual users (Bob Smith gets access to bob_smith_details.htm, and Mary Rogers gets access to mary_rogers.htm) then you could skip along to restricting pages.

    However, if you plan on granting access to a group of pages to users of a particular user group (a_team_roster.htm, a_team_practice_schedule.htm for all users of the user type "Team A", View Tutorialand "b_team_roster.htm", "b_team_playoffschedule.htm" for all users of the user type "Team B"), then you'll first need to create those "User Groups"  

    Then, once you're ready to restrict pages, and you have your pages published up to your website, log in the administrative area and to restrict the access on those pages. View Tutorial


    Example Uses

    Allow clients to view information for their eyes only.

    Grant access to members of a sports team to get practice and roster information.

    Prevent non-authorized users from viewing sensitive information, such as preferred price lists.


    System Requirements

    Be sure to check your web server environment with your web hosting provider to make sure that it means the following requirements.

    • Server OS: Linux or Unix
    • Web Server: Apache 2 with mod_rewrite and .htaccess files
    • Server Software: PHP 5+, MySQL 5+
    • Not compatible with websites running FrontPage Extensions, or Windows Servers (IIS)

    User View Components

    Login Box

    Typically, this component can be placed anywhere, however by default we have placed it into the top right corner of this website design. Once you're logged in, the login box will dissapear. It is often used if you have guest bloggers, or if you require visitors to sign in to leave a comment on a blog posting

    Login

    Registration Box

    The registration box is an optional component that can be used if you have a potential for new web users to sign up for an account.

    Register

    Registration is unavailable for this group.

    Menu Component

    The links component, if included with your package, is pre-placed into the top menu once you are logged in. This list displayed are of links to your blogs.

    Multiple Blogs, Dynamically, Integrated Seamlessly into your site

    Now you can run a blog, from right in your website's pages.

    Post your own blog articles from your administrative area, or allow guest bloggers to post via the website itself.


    System Requirements

    Be sure to check your web server environment with your web hosting provider to make sure that it means the following requirements.

    • Server OS: Linux or Unix
    • Web Server: Apache 2 with mod_rewrite and .htaccess files
    • Server Software: PHP 5+, MySQL 5+
    • Not compatible with websites running FrontPage Extensions, or Windows Servers (IIS)

    Display Component

    The display component can be placed on any static page (example: myblog.htm). You can either link to your static page with the "display component" on it, or use the BLOG LINKS component to dynamically link to any blog.

    Yay!

    Congratulations! It looks like you have included this enhancement into your package.

    User View Components

    Login Box

    Typically, this component can be placed anywhere, however by default we have placed it into the top right corner of this website design. Once you're logged in, the login box will dissapear.

    Login

    Menu Component

    The links component, if included with your package, is pre placed into the top "More" menu. The list displayed are of links to calendars that are visible.

    Small Sidebar Calendar

    Agenda

    Keep Your Visitors Up To Date

    Post your appointments, avilability or events.

    Unlimited number of calendars, with as many contributors per calendar as required.

    Calendars can be visible, or private (for internal use only).

    View calendars in small or large view, as well as an "agenda" listing of upcoming events.

    Then, once you're ready to restrict pages, and you have your


    Example Uses

    Appointments

    Availability

    Upcoming Concerts or Events


    System Requirements

    Be sure to check your web server environment with your web hosting provider to make sure that it means the following requirements.

    • Server OS: Linux or Unix
    • Web Server: Apache 2 with mod_rewrite and .htaccess files
    • Server Software: PHP 5+, MySQL 5+
    • Not compatible with websites running FrontPage Extensions, or Windows Servers (IIS)

    Example Large Calendar

    User View Components

    Login Box

    Typically, this component can be placed anywhere, however by default we have placed it into the top right corner of this website design. Once you're logged in, the login box will dissapear.

    Login

    Menu Component

    The links component, if included with your package, is preplaced into the top right menu once you are logged in. This provides your user a link to their "manage site" management page, if they have access to contribute on any region.

    Example DISPLAY Components

    Region #1
    Region #2

    Allow Access To Edit Specific Regions

    Different Users Can Access Different Regions

    You can have unlimited users with access to unlimited regions.

    Next, those users can log in via the website (login box in the top right corner of the page), and then access those regions that they have access to by selecting the "Manage Site" menu option once they're logged in.


    Example Uses

    Allow clients to edit only specific regions, right through their web browser.

    Enable students editors on a school website to update their own regions.


    System Requirements

    Be sure to check your web server environment with your web hosting provider to make sure that it means the following requirements.

    • Server OS: Linux or Unix
    • Web Server: Apache 2 with mod_rewrite and .htaccess files
    • Server Software: PHP 5+, MySQL 5+
    • Not compatible with websites running FrontPage Extensions, or Windows Servers (IIS)

    User View Components

    Login Box

    Typically, this component can be placed anywhere, however by default we have placed it into the top right corner of this website design. Once you're logged in, the login box will dissapear. This is not an integral component of the Form Wizard website application, however it is useful for Administrators to be able to log in.

    Login

    Example Form

    The display component can be placed on any static page (example: contactus.htm).

      • Student Certification On-line

      • This form may be used for HQ to issue certifications to your students, please complete all areas required and do not forget to check: Date of Birth / Certification Date and Photo (Passport size)!

    Build your Form with the Web Interface

    Then receive the submissions via your admin area, and optionally via email.

    Create as many forms as you like, up to 30 input items per form!

    Includes the following form field types:

    • Text Input
    • Text Area
    • Radio Button
    • Checkbox
    • Drop Down Select Box
    • Multi-Select Box
    • File Upload
    • Email Address
    • Date
    • CAPTCHA

    Example Uses

    Contact Form

    Sales Inquiry Form

    Feedback Form

    Registration Form


    System Requirements

    Be sure to check your web server environment with your web hosting provider to make sure that it means the following requirements.

    • Server OS: Linux or Unix
    • Web Server: Apache 2 with mod_rewrite and .htaccess files
    • Server Software: PHP 5+, MySQL 5+
    • Not compatible with websites running FrontPage Extensions, or Windows Servers (IIS)

    User View Components

    Login Box

    Typically, this component can be placed anywhere, however by default we have placed it into the top right corner of this website design. Once you're logged in, the login box will dissapear. This is not an integral component of the Guestbook website application, however it is useful for Administrators to be able to log in.

    Login

    Menu Component

    The menu links component, if included with your package, is pre-placed into the top "More" menu. This list displayed are of links to guestbooks that you have set up.

    Feedback From Visitors

    Setting up the Guestbook has Never Been Easier.

    Now, you can have multiple guestbooks in your site. A traditional guestbook for shout-outs from across the world, another for testimonials, and perhaps another for product reviews.

    You can also set the system to require your review, before a submission is visible to the public.


    Example Uses

    Traditional Guestbook

    Customer Testimonials

    Product Reviews


    System Requirements

    Be sure to check your web server environment with your web hosting provider to make sure that it means the following requirements.

    • Server OS: Linux or Unix
    • Web Server: Apache 2 with mod_rewrite and .htaccess files
    • Server Software: PHP 5+, MySQL 5+
    • Not compatible with websites running FrontPage Extensions, or Windows Servers (IIS)

    Display Component

    The display component can be placed on any static page (example: myguestbook.htm). You can either link to your static page with the "display component" on it, or use the LINKS component to dynamically link to any any live guestbook.

    Whoa!

    It looks like you maybe haven't yet included this enhancement into your package. To do this, click the "Change" Enhanced Functionality button in the demo header at the top of your page.

    User View Components

    Login Box

    Typically, this component can be placed anywhere, however by default we have placed it into the top right corner of this website design. Once you're logged in, the login box will dissapear.

    Login

    Registration Box

    The registration box is an optional component that can be used if you have a potential for new web users to sign up for an account. You can use this if you want people to register to become "contributors" to your listing service.

    Register

    Registration is unavailable for this group.

    Search Component

    The search component, if included with your package, is pre placed into the top right menu once you are logged in. This list displayed are of links to pages that you have been granted access to.

    List Your Homes, Vehicles, Trinkets or Widgets

    Now you can list anything you want all in the same system.

    The listing service is designed so that you can list items for sale, without the aspect of ecommerce involved -- more or less just like your typical classifieds -- much like a simplified version of Craigslist or Kijiji.

    You can even have "contributors" (registered users other than yourself) post up their own listings.


    Example Uses

    Real Estate Listings

    Car Dealership

    Classifieds

    eGood catalog, with offsite link to egood transaction handler such as Digital River.


    System Requirements

    Be sure to check your web server environment with your web hosting provider to make sure that it means the following requirements.

    • Server OS: Linux or Unix
    • Web Server: Apache 2 with mod_rewrite and .htaccess files
    • Server Software: PHP 5+, MySQL 5+
    • Not compatible with websites running FrontPage Extensions, or Windows Servers (IIS)

    View Listing Catalog

    The view component can be placed on any static page (example: mylistings.htm). You can either link to your static page with the "view component" on it, or use the SEARCH component to search for listings.

    User View Components

    Subscribe Box

    Allow visitors to subscribe to one or more subscription lists right from your home page. Visitors can also unsubscribe from this box.

    Menu Component

    The links component, if included with your package, is pre placed into the menu under the "More" menu. This list displayed are of links to live newsletters that you've written..

    Let Your Visitors Subscribe

    Visitors can subscribe to multiple subscription lists.

    You can use the newsletter system to collect email address for use within the Numo Newsletter Compose & Send system, or a third party system.

    Compose & Send

    The Numo Newsletter plugin is great for those sending out to 100-200 recipients at a time. Beyond that, most web hosts will either throttle your outgoing emails with some daily limit, or you will get tagged as sending out blanket emails that could be interpretted as spam.

    If you are going to be sending out regular newsletters of 200+ subscribers at a time, it is best to sign up with a white-listed send-service to be sure your emails get to their intended recipients.


    System Requirements

    Be sure to check your web server environment with your web hosting provider to make sure that it means the following requirements.

    • Server OS: Linux or Unix
    • Web Server: Apache 2 with mod_rewrite and .htaccess files
    • Server Software: PHP 5+, MySQL 5+
    • Not compatible with websites running FrontPage Extensions, or Windows Servers (IIS)

    View Newsletter Component

    The view component can be placed on any static page (example: newsletter.htm). You can either link to your static page with the "view component" on it, or use the LINKS component to dynamically link to any any live newsletter.

    User View Components

    Login Box

    Typically, this component can be placed anywhere, however by default we have placed it into the top right corner of this website design. Once you're logged in, the login box will dissapear.

    Login

    Registration Box

    The registration box is an optional component that can be used if you have a potential for new web users to sign up for an account.

    Register

    Registration is unavailable for this group.

    Menu Component

    The Categories Menu component, if included with your package, is pre-placed into the top "Store" menu. This list displayed are of links to categories of products in the system.

    Sell Online with PayPal™ Web Payments Standard

    Selling your products online couldn't be easier.

    We've integrated the "world's most loved way to pay and get paid" into a dynamic catalog system.


    Example Uses

    Sell physical goods for sale.

    Permit users to pay for account upgrades, tied in to the Access Control (for specific access, or account type upgrade), Newsletter (to pay for paid subscription of newsletter), or Listing Service (to be able to contribute).

    Sell simple egood purchases -- essentially, a payment for such things as a team or league registration -- their email receipt is their 'ticket'


    System Requirements

    Be sure to check your web server environment with your web hosting provider to make sure that it means the following requirements.

    • Server OS: Linux or Unix
    • Web Server: Apache 2 with mod_rewrite and .htaccess files
    • Server Software: PHP 5+, MySQL 5+
    • Not compatible with websites running FrontPage Extensions, or Windows Servers (IIS)

    Catalog Component

    The catalog component can be placed on any static page (example: catalog.htm). You can either link to your static page with the "catalog component" on it, or use the LINKS component to dynamically link to any category.

    User View Components

    Login Box

    Typically, this component can be placed anywhere, however by default we have placed it into the top right corner of this website design. Once you're logged in, the login box will dissapear. This is typically not required by the end user, however it is used often by the site administrator.

    Login

    Example Poll

    Create as many polls as you like!

    Poll Your Visitors

    Setting up a web poll has never been easier

    Just create a question, and provide some possible answers, then place the component on your web page.


    Example Uses

    Movie Reviews

    Customer Preference Questions


    System Requirements

    Be sure to check your web server environment with your web hosting provider to make sure that it means the following requirements.

    • Server OS: Linux or Unix
    • Web Server: Apache 2 with mod_rewrite and .htaccess files
    • Server Software: PHP 5+, MySQL 5+
    • Not compatible with websites running FrontPage Extensions, or Windows Servers (IIS)

    Keep Tabs

    The Whois Online Module is a simple user tracker

    This module is often used for customer service. When someone calls and says, "I'm on your website", it can help to track down exactly what page they are viewing.


    System Requirements

    Be sure to check your web server environment with your web hosting provider to make sure that it means the following requirements.

    • Server OS: Linux or Unix
    • Web Server: Apache 2 with mod_rewrite and .htaccess files
    • Server Software: PHP 5+, MySQL 5+
    • Not compatible with websites running FrontPage Extensions, or Windows Servers (IIS)
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