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[joomla] Content restriction question

Donna Marie Vincent donnamarievincent at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 24 12:36:17 EST 2013


You need to have Joomla connect to ConstantContact via their API to determine if they are on your email list: http://community.constantcontact.com/t5/Documentation/Searching-for-a-Contact-by-Email-Address/ba-p/25123.

I doubt there's something already coded for that.  You would need to have someone code it for you.




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 From: Kenny Berwager <kenny at whyknott.com>
To: joomla at lists.nyphp.org 
Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2013 12:28 PM
Subject: Re: [joomla] Content restriction question
 
Hello

Thanks for the quick feedback, however, neither of those gets me what I'm looking for. It needs to be able to handle Constant Contact Sign up and a facebook like action from the same registration form then upon successful submission the user is redirected to the Special Offer Content Article Page.

Thanks,
Kenny


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> 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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> Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2013 12:09:16 -0500
> From: Geoffrey Schaller <gjschaller at psi-13.com>
> To: "NYPHP SIG: Joomla" <joomla at lists.nyphp.org>
> Subject: Re: [joomla] Content restriction question
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> 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/
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> -Geoffrey
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> 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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> From: Christopher French <contact at chrisfrench.me>
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> I have a free plugin on my site called content access it allows you to
> password protect a content article
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> http://ammonitenetworks.com/component/ars/repository/joomla-content-access
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> You could mode the plugin, to instead of requiring the username and
> password from the plugin params you could have them enter an email,
> 
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> and you could process the email to whatever database you want to store the
> email.
> 
> Once they have done that you could use a service like http://pmints.com/
> 
> To allow you to sell your content for the price a facebook like or a
> twitter tweet.
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> On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 10:05 AM, 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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