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TOPIC: Shout out for RSForms for Club websites

Shout out for RSForms for Club websites 3 months 1 week ago #8204

  • Cameron S
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I'm doing up yet another sporting club website. I started pulling a membership system together with Fabrik but a few specific requirements created some hurdles so I decided to see if RSForm could help me get there. In the past I have found they often lacked one or two functions that made the difference, however on this occasion it delivered.

I particularly liked the user and admin emailing setups including the ability to include the details with the ip address of the member in a password protected pdf without having to record the membership on the site. Ultimately these are taking the place of signed membership forms so the challenge is to make them individually robust and printable rather than just sitting as a list item.

Anyway I was impressed.
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Shout out for RSForms for Club websites 2 months 3 weeks ago #8214

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ya RSForms and any RSComponents are awesome. Also its nice to see someone using Fabrik, I would keen to see few sites that used Fabrik. Have you used SEBLOD before?
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Shout out for RSForms for Club websites 2 months 3 weeks ago #8215

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Hi codekadiya,

No I haven't tried SEABOL yet.

Here is a field naturalist site where the admin guy, who is fine with a basic Joomla stuff, wanted members and others to be able to record observations and then display them in a map. Nothing fancy and very much function over form but I was able to knock it up pretty quickly in Fabrik for him. Good bit of fun and showing some basic Fabrik utility.

www.gfnc.org.au/observations/bird-observ...ird-observations-map

Cheers
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Shout out for RSForms for Club websites 2 months 3 weeks ago #8217

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Cameron

If you're using RSForms and you like that, why not use RSMembership, it allows for custom fields and is quite flexible. Integrates with RSForms even.
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