Automatic folder creation

Discussion in 'Pre-Sales Questions' started by moonwalker, Sep 21, 2010.

  1. moonwalker

    moonwalker aMember Pro Customer

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    Hi,

    First of all, I'm still playing with the free version. So far, it does all I need so I think I'm going to purchase this script a.s.a.p.

    I have only one question left:
    In my website I need to give people separate folders. E.G.:
    User1 subscribes for a membership. After the payment is confirmed I need to make a folder with the unique user name. In this case a folder named "user1" will be created.

    Is this even possible? Do I need to change something in the code or just add my own code after a certain function in PHP? (I know I can't do these things right know since the code is encrypted, but I'm curious if this will be possible when I purchase the script)

    Thanks a lot. :)
  2. alex

    alex Administrator Staff Member

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    First, if you order aMember, it comes 99% unencrypted. Only trial version is encoded.

    Second, you of course can program it if you are familiar with PHP. Utilize "subscription_added" or "finish_wiating_payment" hook as described at http://manual.amember.com/Using_site.inc.php_and_hooks
    If you have any problems with implementation, contact us via helpdesk and we will develop such a plugin for small fee.
  3. moonwalker

    moonwalker aMember Pro Customer

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    Thank you very much for your fast reply! I'll make sure to contact you if I need the plugin.

    Regards.
  4. erwinvdb

    erwinvdb aMember Pro Customer

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    Sounds like you need the 'personal folder' plugin.
  5. moonwalker

    moonwalker aMember Pro Customer

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    Not quite. Just tested the personal folder plugin, but that's not what I have in mind.

    The folder of the user must be accessible to the other users. The folder plugin protects the folder.

    Thanks anyway for your help. It's appreciated. ;)
  6. davidm1

    davidm1 aMember User & Partner

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    You could change the .htaccess code so that it doesnt protect the folder.

    David
  7. moonwalker

    moonwalker aMember Pro Customer

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    I should have thought about this myself...stupid me. :eek:

    Thanks a lot.;)

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