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    Matthieu commented  · 

    Hi Jason,

    Unfortunately there isn't a way to automatically show this information on your website - you would need to run run a report and then type the results on the the page where you want it displayed.

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    Matthieu commented  · 

    Hello Elliot,

    Unfortunately there isn't an option to hide registration types from logged in members, though this may be possible via CSS Customization http://forums.wildapricot.com/forums/308926-for-designers-and-developers .

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    Matthieu commented  · 

    Hi Elsie,

    Yes, this will work for moving contacts fields to membership fields.

    Also, the process for moving one type of field to another is a bit simpler now with our new import process. After you export your database and then delete the fields simply import your file again right afterward. Wild Apricot will see it contains fields that don't exist in your database and ask you if you would like to create them as membership or contact fields.

    Matthieu commented  · 

    Hi,

    To move these fields, first go to your Contacts tab and export all your contacts. Next, go to your Membership fields and delete the fields that you want to have under Contact fields. Once these are deleted, go into Contact fields and recreate them with the same names. Afterward, go to your Contacts tab and import the file you had exported earlier to repopulate the fields you had moved.

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    Matthieu commented  · 

    i haven't heard of a merger and I highly doubt that they would, but I could be wrong.

    Also, just like Authorize.NET, members can pay simply with credit card rather than their PayPal account or Google Checkout account. And if you use PayPal Pro members would just presented with a credit card payment form rather than get transferred to PayPal so users won't know that PayPal is the processor.

    Matthieu commented  · 

    Hi, that is correct - you can only use one payment gateway at a time.

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    Matthieu commented  · 

    Great suggestion. Here are some additional information on the "!important" clause: http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2010/11/02/the-important-css-declaration-how-and-when-to-use-it

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    Matthieu commented  · 

    Hello,

    This is because the code they provide is invalid - please email support@wildapricot.com and we will help you resolve this.

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    Matthieu commented  · 

    PHP pages/code will not run on our servers, however if you have the file hosted elsewhere you can display it with Wild Apricot using an iframe (see:http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_iframe.asp )

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    Matthieu commented  · 

    Hello Kerrie-Anne,

    You can place javascript in the <head> tag globally by going to the Settings tab and clicking on Meta-tags. You would then place it in the "Raw Headers" box. You can also do it on a page-by-page basis by clicking the Meta-tags link next to the page name on the Page Management screen (found under the Settings tab).

    Also, you may want to try Open Fonts, such as this solution from Google: http://www.google.com/webfonts

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    Matthieu commented  · 

    You CSS code needs to be added to the CSS Customization section under the Settings tab.

    Matthieu commented  · 

    Since this isn't an actual HTML tag, it will always get removed by our editor. Any FBML that you need to add should be written to the page using JavaScript, like this:

    <script>document.write('<fb:like href="www.spec.bc.ca"></fb:like>');</script>

    Matthieu commented  · 

    Hello Kyle we have updated our HTML cleaning script - I will look into this. However, adding CSS in this way is no the best way to do it. You should instead add all the CSS to CSS Customization under the Settings tab. Each page on your website has a unique ID - if you log out and view the page souce you will see it near the top. For example, the ID for you home page is #PAGEID_520252

    So to show this div only on the home page, in your CSS Customization page, you would have the following:

    #idflashimage{display; none;}
    #PAGEID_520252 #idflashimage{display; block;}

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    Matthieu commented  · 

    You can remove the DIVs using Theme Overrides.

    Our themes are also being rewritten for the new template engine we are developing so they will become much easier to customize. Functional pages will also be more customizable with our new engine, as well as the ability to create your own themes from scratch.

    Matthieu commented  · 

    Hi Tara,

    We are working to towards changing how the sites are customized, however it is difficult to for applications like ours to provide greater flexibility while retaining functionality.

    Currently the site is built to be heavily customized using CSS and JavaScript - some examples of what can be done can be found here: http://forums.wildapricot.com/forums/308926-for-designers-and-developers/suggestions/8821324-please-share-your-wild-apricot-websites-with-cool

    As for placing content under the menu, this can be done with JavaScript - I'm using a similar layout on my test site (http://aanpo.wildapricot.org ). The JavaScript I'm using to place content under the menu can be found here: http://help.wildapricot.com/display/DOC/Customization+notice

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    Matthieu commented  · 

    I took a look at the new code Facebook is using, you need to use the xFBML version of their code, not the HTML5 version.

    Regenerate the code and select xFBML from the drop down list.

    Matthieu commented  · 

    Hi,

    For each page, try using this instead:

    <script>document.write('<div class="fb-comments" data-href="http://www.thenameofmywebsite.com/&quot; data-num-posts="10" data-width="500"></div>');</script>

    Matthieu commented  · 

    What is the code that is being striped out?

    Matthieu commented  · 

    Yes of course.

    By the way I've added instructions for other Facebook plugins on the help site - see: http://help.wildapricot.com/display/DOC/Social+gadgets

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    Matthieu commented  · 

    Unfortunately it isn't possible to hide the "Free" label. You may be able to change the text on the button using javascript, but you would need to do it for each individual button for each event, you would not be able to do it globally.

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    Matthieu commented  · 

    This organization is using both - if you look at any member-related or event pages you'll see it's using Wild Apricot for those functions:
    * http://dfwima.wildapricot.org/member-benefits/member-application.html
    * http://dfwima.wildapricot.org/events.html

    Matthieu commented  · 

    Caribcomm is one of my favourite designs: http://caribcomm.roundtablelive.org/

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    Matthieu commented  · 

    The one that Cathy mentioned uses an external JavaScript file. This file would be uploaded to your site using webdav http://help.wildapricot.com/display/DOC/Uploading+files+in+bulk+using+WebDAV .

    Matthieu commented  · 

    Hi Cathy,

    You should use whichever method you are more familiar with. You can find quite a few free javascript examples online for rotating banners and JavaScript is widely used for displaying banners.

    Another option could even be to created an animated GIF in a graphics program. Searching for "rotating banner" in Google will return great sites with more information and code examples.

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    Hi,

    The CSS would be entered by going to the Settings tab and clicking on CSS Customization

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    Matthieu commented  · 

    Hi Ben,

    I apologize for the late reply. I took a look at your site, it seems the table that was wrapping the image was causing a problem. I corrected this for you and it should be displaying properly in Firefox now.

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    Hi,

    We currently do not have built in trial periods, but it is something that is on our wishlist. For your situation, I would recommend using discount codes. Discount codes can only be used on new member applications and not renewals.

    You can create a discount code for 100% of the application fee so that the first month is free. When the member tries to renew they will be asked for the full membership price. You can then state what the discount code is on the member application page. More information on discount coupons can be found here http://help.wildapricot.com/display/DOC/Discounts+and+complimentary+transactions .

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