Nzlarps.org - members only section

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#1

Following a request from the Consequence project team, we’ve added a “members only” section to the NZLARPS website, for providing information on game and affiliate discount codes. Members can access it here:

https://nzlarps.org/join/members-only/

This requires you to log on to the website. If you have trouble with this, use the “forgot password” link, and check your spam folder (because of phishing, its not unusual for password resets to be classified as spam). If a reset link does not arrive within half an hour or so, contact secretary@gmail.com to confirm your status.

If you are a project or affiliate wanting to add information to the members only section, please contact a committee member.


#2

Members only content can also be added to specific pages (e.g. project pages), but I haven’t worked out a good way of highlighting that yet, nor added it to any of the frontend forms.


NZLARPS National Committee quarterly summary April 2019
#3

I’ve finished implementing this properly now, and tested is on the Consequence project page: https://nzlarps.org/about/projects/consequence

  • Project owners can now add nzlarps member-only content to their pages,
  • Event submitters can add nzlarps member-only content to their events.
  • CMS Editors can add nzlarps member-only content to most page types

It appears at the top of pages like this:


#4

Guess we don’t need a members-only page much longer then :slight_smile: We can just put stuff on the relevant projects, affiliates, and events.


#5

Yes, and no?

Its nice to have a page for ongoing discounts related to membership in the membership section. Even if it just linked off to/highlighted the projects that were currently offering discount codes.


#6

Ah, but we could just have it all as members-only content on the existing “benefits” page.


#7

Oh good point. Yes, for now the Members only page has been made redundant a day after it was built. :joy:

Though it also acts as an ancestor for the “Add an Event” Page, so its still useful from a code perspective at least.


#8

Over-delivery FTW.