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Profile added via online form



Apr 30, 2004, 2:46 PM

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Profile added via online form Can't Post

An arts co-op has asked us to find a script that would allow artists to add their profiles to the co-op website automatically. It seems like that should be an easy thing to find, but surprisingly I've had no luck, at least in finding one with the features they want (and can afford!). Here is the request:

-- The artist registers with a username/password;

-- They then fill out a pre-configured online form that gets certain information (name, address, url, email, biz name, type of work, etc);

-- That information is submitted and is automatically written to an html template page on the co-op site;

-- The hyperlinked name of the person is automatically added to an "Our Members" page which is available for the general public to view (does not require login!);

-- When any site visitor clicks a name on the "Our Members" page above, all the information submitted via the form comes up (also does not require login);

-- An email is sent to the co-op manager whenever new information is posted;

-- The member can login at any time to edit/update their own info.

If anyone knows of any script like this, please let me know. Thanks...

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Nov 1, 2005, 1:16 AM

Post #2 of 2 (1358 views)
Re: [Reno] Profile added via online form [In reply to] Can't Post

Profile Manager Basic is a free profile script that can do what you describe and it is very easy to install and customize. You can download it here:
You can customize database fields using a wizard on the Admin panel. Then it will create a sign up form for your profiles. You can make it possible for your web site visitors to search and browse profiles.


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