Signup form: Hacking product options

Discussion in 'Customization & add-ons' started by achahistory, Jul 8, 2014.

  1. am495p

    am495p New Member

    Nov 30, 2013
    Our organization has four general memberships types (regular, student, retired, premium). That would be simple enough, but we also offer several other options: to add a subscription to our magazine to one's membership; to select between 1-, 2-, or 3-year membership term, etc.

    As I have set up aMember now, each possible combination of options is its own membership type, giving us more than 100 different products. For example: Student membership, with magazine subscription, for 3 years is a single membership type. This is not such a big problem on the back end, but the front end is an absolute mess: Members must wade through 100+ product options when signing up.

    Here's what our sign-up form looks like now:

    Here's what we'd like it to look like:

    As you can see in the mockup above, we'd like to write a script to dynamically select a product. I'd like to know whether aMember's signup form can be hacked to handle this. If it can, can you share your experience?

    Finally, if you think that there is a better way to solve this problem, please share your advice.

    Thanks very much!

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