We use a system called Easy Members Pro, a PHP membership script. We have a little PHP script that interfaces with our Flex app (python backend, Google App Engine). This PHP script has Paypal and 2Checkout recurring payments, as well as free trials. But the user has to create an account in Easy Members Pro first -
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The user also has to use a payment form - signing up via Paypal or 2CO - before they can access any trial.
What I'd like:
1- Login integration with RPX, so that you can use this instead of creating a user account in our system. Once you login with RPX, you can then either
a) buy a membership plan
b) do a free 1 week TRIAL without using any payment system
Right now our Flex application has a Python based login page that checks the login information from the Mysql Easy Members Pro database, and then validates the user or validates and adds them to our Flex App if they are new. But they have to re enter this info in the login box, even if they are already logged into our PHP frontend.
I'd like an RPX universal login button added to our Flex login page too. Either that, or I'd like a script that logs them into both the PHP frontend, where all user administration is located - and the Python/Flex frontend - where they access our e-learning system. They shouldn't have to login twice. And they shouldn't have to enter their password and email at all - the RPX login should be available in both places.
Eventually I'd love help on a way to put a noninstrusive skinny banner on top of both systems that encourages the user to UPGRADE - kind of like [url removed, login to view] - but my budget is small so right now we'll leave this for later.