Customizing Add/Renew Subscription Page

Discussion in 'Templates customization' started by asnio, Jan 11, 2012.

  1. asnio

    asnio New Member

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    Hey guys,

    Just started messing around with aMember 4. Looks great, but it doesn't look like I'm getting a hold of the templating system like I did in v3 (yet).

    Right now, I'm trying to hunt down the template file that controls the "Add/Renew Subscription" page. I just can't find anything related to this page, apart from the fact that signup.phtml might have something to do with it.

    Any ideas? Thanks!
  2. davidm1

    davidm1 aMember User & Partner

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    Which part of the template are you trying to edit? The overall theme, or specific to order/renew pages- these are done via custom templates.

    David
  3. alexander

    alexander Administrator Staff Member

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    What are you trying to do exactly?
  4. asnio

    asnio New Member

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    Thanks for the responses guys.

    I'm trying to move the listed products on the "Add/New Subscription" page to the index page of the members area, so when my customers login they can see a listing of my products without having to click on another page.

    I think to do this, I'll need to go into signup.phtml and take this code:

    PHP:
    <?php include $this->_script('_form.phtml'); ?>
    ...and paste it into the front page template. Or is there more to it? Going to play with this later. Appreciate the replies.
  5. glacius

    glacius New Member

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    Why can't I create a new thread? It keeps asking for me to enter a message... but I don't see a message field on the "post new thread" form. If I can't figure it out I might just have to post my question in an existing thread.
  6. glacius

    glacius New Member

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    I guess it might be a firefox bug? Anyway, I would like to make amember more integrated into my existing website. Either by:
    1) just putting widgets for login, singup, subscription pages in between my own header/footer
    2) exiting the signup page header/footer to look like the page is part of my website

    Where would I find the template/html layout file for the signup for (for example) and is this something people have already done with amember?
  7. asnio

    asnio New Member

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    Not cool, hijacking my thread...^
  8. glacius

    glacius New Member

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    Sorry. I figured it out... will post in my own thread now. Not sure why this forum doesn't work in firefox.
  9. alexander

    alexander Administrator Staff Member

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    No this will not work, although this can be done, but require several customizations.
    Contact us in helpdesk we will help.
  10. asnio

    asnio New Member

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    Sent a ticket, thanks!

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