Yes basically. An option to have a second confirmation email that is only assigned to certain products.
My company is setting up various types of software in our cart. One specific product category of software needs to have an email confirmation sent on order completion that contains a link to a page with licensing software/registration that we will be using. The other products would not, and would just get a standard confirmation email. Is there an existing plugin to have a custom email confirmation for a specific product category?
I maintain the website for the company I work for. They are looking for a Wordpress/Woocommerce MD5 License Plugin for use on the store on the site (runs WooCommerce).
What they are looking for:
A plugin that will allow customers to register/license their software products to a specific device. After purchasing a product, the customer will receive a confirmation email with the product code and a URL to the license registration plugin.
The plugin allows a user to enter:
- Product code - Serial number of the device they are licensing the product to. - Upon the user pressing SUBMIT the plugin concatenates the product code, serial number and a secret salt and returns an upper case MD5 hash key to the user.
The secret salt is programmable via the admin settings of the plugin.
This plugin itself is for the company but will also be sold on the store along with the AMX & Crestron modules to allow another developer to incorporate the same thing in their own website.
Admin programmable settings/fields:
- MD5 Salt - Instructions to the user on how to obtain the information required to use this licensing plugin. - This information will be displayed when the user is presented with the plugin.
Sorry I just noticed Greenshady’s comment about my question not being detailed enough. Could you let me know what other info I can post? If I do take this to a freelancer (something I’d have to look into as I haven’t done it before), I would like to be able to explain what I need properly. I will fully admit I may not know the correct terms though.
What I need:
- Front page of the site has a a login, or a sidebar/footer etc with a login.
- A Client logs in, and are taken to a protected page that has their technical drawings (HVAC related) on it.
- They can access the rest of the public site, but the other client’s drawings could need to be protected.
- There would likely be about 20 of these protected client pages
Does that explain things a little better? Thanks a lot.
Thanks for the tips guys. Yes, I should have posted that Wordpress was the plan. I am not a Wordpress novice, but I just couldn’t think of the best approach to this having never setup anything similar.
Thanks for the links, some interesting stuff in digitalimpact’s link I will have to sort through.
I need to set up a site so that people can login, and view technical drawings. Each client would have their own page that contains just their drawings. So I’d want them to only be able to view just that page when they login.
I know a single page can be password protected, but a I need a single login area, I don’t want to be sending page links out. I need them to be able to login, and be taken to their page.
Is there a theme anyone can suggest that might have this functionality, or suggestions on how to achieve it with plug-ins?
Thanks a lot.
I am slightly worried about the jquery and other scripts. A lot of themes use them heavily and they don’t often degrade gracefully if scripting is turned off. In the case of sliders, and tabs and the like, that seems to mean some content gets hidden. But how does that affect menus? I wonder if a screen reader would be able to navigate them, etc
I am currently researching this and have the exact same worries. I may be misunderstanding what I have read, but to be ‘accessible’ there needs to be a way a site using only keyboard functions with no mouse. EG I have read the Superfish is compliant, and can be navigated with tab keys. But when I try that on some themes I have downloaded that use Superfish, it doesn’t seem to work.
I have had 2 organizations contact me recently wanting sites done, and compliance is an issue with their sites. To make things more confusing, the accessibility standards a little confusing. Especially v1 of them vs. v2.
I wish I even knew the developers name so I could contact them if they still had other themes on here.
Basically the thing I liked about Plus+ was that it was a narrow design, and it’s slider was set up to better support of mix of standard landscape and portrait photos. Not just very wide oriented photos like most of the sliders use.
So if anyone can offer any suggestions based on that, let me know. Thanks!