|rdek||-- 01/27/2008 @ 4:53 PM|
I was going through your docs and I have a couple of questions please:
1- We have a webstite registered with goDaddy.com and it is also being hosted by them as well. In order to utilize memberize.com user account/product subscription management and notification capabilities, do we need to be hosted by memberize.com? will the email inquiriesfrom members come to our emails hosted by goDaddy.com?
2- when a new user has paid, she can access certain member pages for content. Given the fact that our website pahes are already done and hosted, do you foresee any issues with integrating our webstie with memberize.com?
thank you in advance, Pam
|Support||-- 01/27/2008 @ 5:29 PM|
1) You do not necessarily have to host your domain or any/all of your content with Memberize. We do have clients who keep a site hosted elsewhere and perhpas maintain 2 domains, or use a subdomain, or just link to their Memberize pages from their existing site using our domain. If you do not host your domain with Memberize then you will not be able to use your domain in conjunction with our email service. So if your domain is hosted w/ GoDaddy or another provider you will have to contact your host to set up email service.
2) For those pages to be password protected they would either need to be hosted on Memberize through our Web Content feature, or you would have to create or write the code or application to validate those pages remotely (based on a member's status in your Memberize database) using Web Services (Member logs in to your website and it is programmed to "ask" Memberize for the member status and then allow them access to that page based on the response).
But you should be able to recreate or outright copy your existing pages into Memberize Members Only pages using our content editor.