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[joomla] Content restriction question

Geoffrey Schaller gjschaller at psi-13.com
Thu Jan 24 12:09:16 EST 2013


You might be able to use CommunityBuilder or JoomSocial to have them join a
group when they opt-in, and then that group has access to the page.

This is a VERY off-the-cuff idea, but from what I have seen on CB's
website, that may be what you're looking for.

http://www.joomlapolis.com/

-Geoffrey


On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 12:05 PM, Kenny Berwager <kenny at whyknott.com> wrote:

> Hello Everyone,
> I have a client who would like to restrict access to a (Joomla Article
> page) that houses Special Offer Coupons. BUT they would like the user to
> opt-in to an email list AND Like them on facebook BEFORE they are provided
> access to the specials on the article page. I'lm unsure of the best way to
> do this. I found this really awesome Extension but its focused only on
> Facebook and not the email as well.
>
> http://joomla.alterora.gr/en/joomla-extensions/facebook-page-fans-only/download
>
> This is an urgent project, the client wants this done as soon as possible
> so any kind advice or recommendations would be great!
>
> Thanks,
> Kenny
>
>
> Kenny Berwager
> Art Director
> Whyknott Advertising
> 1204 High St., Hanover
> PA 17331
> Ph: 717.630.1240
> Fx:  717.630.1277
> http://www.whyknott.com
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Geoffrey Schaller
gjschaller at psi-13.com
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