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By leo - January 19 - edited: January 23

Hi All,

We've just released a new version of Website Membership:


NOTE: This version requires CMSB v3.12 (Released December 2017)

Here's what's new in v1.13:

  • Code Generator: Login Page now automatically supports Facebook Login v2+ (requires separate plugin)

  • Code Generator: Merged password request and reset pages into one (older versions will still work)

  • Misc Code and other minor improvements

Let me know any questions!

Leo - PHP Programmer (in training)

By zaba - March 15

Quick question,

I have to develop a system whereby users login and order certain things and pay using a basic stripe checkout integration. The stuff they buy will be receipted in their account. However, the customer may not have access to or be too lazy to buy things through the system, therefore they will ring up and order. I was wondering if there could be an admin password to log in to the customer account and purchase things so that it is still logged on the system and the stripe payment can be taken through their customer account, as there will be no access to the customers own password. Is there a way to have a universal password to log in to any customer account. No information regarding credit card will ever be stored on the system only payment receipts. Any suggestions on how this could be achieved, maybe the universal password is not the answer.

By Dave - March 15

Hi Zaba, 

It's all possible with custom code, but an easier way might me to make a system account called "Manual Orders" and login with that account to place manual orders, then you could search for orders made with that account and re-assign them to the correct user accounts.

Also, check with Stripe terms of service to make sure they don't issues with you submitting orders as the user.  Sometimes payment providers don't like that, and other times they have virtual terminals or other processes you can use for submitting manual orders.

Hope that helps!

Dave Edis - Senior Developer

Thanks, that makes sense