In today’s blog I’ll show you how to create a custom membership levels for your Dolphin 7 based website. Dolphin comes with three default membership levels, they are:
Non-member – This level is self explanatory. It is anyone who hasn’t joined the site.
Standard – This is the basic level for anyone who signs up.
Promotion – This is a special membership you can use if you plan on adding paid membership types. If you enable it when a new member joins they are added to this type by default and allowed to explore the site for 7 days. At the end of the 7 days they are automatically changed to a standard member.
Today we’re going to create a new membership type called “Super Member”. We could say it’s for VIP members or paying members. First let’s log in to our Dolphin admin and go to “Membership Levels” under the “settings” heading on the left sidebar.
Hello and welcome! In today’s blog I am going to show you how to block spam for your Dolphin based website. Everyone hates unwanted advertising and your members are no different. Luckily, Dolphin 7 has a built-in spam prevention system. Learn More
This article follows on from the previous article in the series.
One of the things my customers tell me is useful is my adding a support page to their website so they can easily log any problems or questions they have with me. I create a page that is not visible to visitors of the website, it is only visible to the website administrator(s). The page has a form that will automatically send me an email, without them even having to remember my email address. WithMojoPortal this is really easy to do.
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