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We support only Facebook and G+ as external authentication providers. Currently there is no way to use other providers. However if you want to implement single sign-on, then WA could be used as authentication provider. See http://gethelp.wildapricot.com/en/articles/200 for more details.
Need Menu control....colors, backgrounds, hover, etc. Most of your themes have no control. Also would like global control over the colors of a theme. For instance, In Kaleidoscope there are set colors for global use, but if I want to change, I have to go to each element to change the colors in colors and styles, there are over 100 to change.....
great idea.....I have two clients needing this service currently and two others that use a third party for this service.....makes a lot of sense to have this available in Wild Apricot....even if it costs an additional amount.
Yes, Please......sessions need to have names...that is, rather than session 1, session 2, etc. they need to have names that explain the topics of the session. Example: Session #1 How to Wash Your Car, Session #2 How to Wax your car, ETC.......
Seeing your activity on this thread we would like to present you with three new templates using the third-party app called “Integromat”. They could help you to:
- Copy an event with registrants
- Export registrations into a Google sheet
- Import registrations from a Google sheet
These need a short one-time setup and then you’ll be able to do the actions above in just a few clicks!
For more info see our blog: https://www.wildapricot.com/blogs/newsblog/2019/04/30/event-registration-integromat
We absolutely understand this is not a solution but more of a workaround for this request, so we won’t close this thread. But feel free to share your thoughts about these templates as well!
Please note, these workflows have some limitations and might not suit everybody. But we hope they will make your life a bit easier.
28 votesEvgeny Zaritovskiy responded
Thanks to Barbara, here is current workaround:
TO ADD A SITEMAP.XML to a WA SITE:
Create a new folder under file mangement called sitemap.
Then upload your site map to this folder.
Sumbit your site map to Google, it will look something like this yoursite.com/resources/sitemap/sitemap.xml
A good place for free google sitemaps is:
This is a basic for websites now......ALL websites do this as a matter of course, and WildApricot should too.
45 votesEvgeny Zaritovskiy responded
I have merged several similar suggestion together – they all about previewing various site functions from members perspective. For example, wen pages, registration and application forms, etc.