For those who utilize their websites to provide information and communicate with various groups within their communities, fcrWebDesign has created the Website Membership Management tool (fcrMembers) to meet their needs.
With fcrMembers, administrators can create pages for various groups of people, like faculty,
staff, or general members. When a member of one of these groups logs into their account, they are presented with a page specifically created for members
of that group which may include custom text, files, images, or access to private message boards. Additional content can be created for each
specific member, providing an opportunity for communication
that is unmatched with other membership systems.
|Create an unlimited number of member groups, such as 'members', 'donors', or 'faculty'.|
|Easily give members permission to one or more of your member groupings.|
|Easily add documents and files that are only viewable to members of a group.|
|View member data and contact information on each member's profile page.|
|The member sign-up process and the questions asked during signup are fully customizable.|
|All account creation, login, and member pages are designed to match your website's graphic design and branding|
The first step is to create your member groups. From the administrative side of the website, it is easy to create member groupings and assign members to groups:
Member Group Listing
View your member groups, as well as create new member groupings. Once a group has been created, you can upload files and documents that will only be accessible to members of that group.
Browse the list of your website's members. Search or sort the list to find details on specific members.
View information on specific members, as well as assign the member to specific member groups.
Website visitors follow an easy process to create their accounts, as outlined below. The sign-up process is designed to fully match your website's design. Once a member creates an account, you can then assign which groups each member has access to, as outlined above.
Member Signup - Account Information
The first page of the create account process asks for general account information, such as user name, password, and email address.
Member Signup - Member Information
The second page offers the opportunity to ask additional questions, such as name, phone number, and address. Questions can easily be added or removed to fit the needs of your website.
Once a member is logged in, we can create pages only accessible to them. A common need is for website owners to share documents only with members. Our pre-built system makes adding this functionality to your site a breeze:
Member File Listing
Glen, as a member of the website has access to files and documents that casual website visitors don't have access to. You'll also notice that we approved Glen to be an Admin member, so we can also share files with Glen, that normal members can't access.