I have very similar user management scripts which store user data and enable user to login.
Basically same work has to be done to both the scripts:
Add Paypal subscription payment system to both scripts. Basically admin can specify period of subscription (eg 1 month, 3 months etc) and cost, and when a user signs up, he can make payment using paypal and instantly be accepted as a member.
There is some additional minor work to be done in one of the scripts:
I have a user management script that uses htaccess and htpasswd to protect a member area. FOllowing changes are required in it:
(1) Implement recaptcha on login/signup/forgot password pages. I have with me another script that uses recaptcha. A admin screen should be there to specify recaptcha keys.
(2) The current admin is a single admin whose password is stored in config file. Create admin table in db, so that admin data is checked against db. Add screens for create new admin, edit/delete existing admins. Admins will only have user id and password.
(3) Add fields to the user table,user regn form/manage user form in admin. Add fields for address, city,state, pincode. There is admin option to specify which field is a required field during regn. Bring the new fields also under this admin option.
Both scripts have installers which also have to be updated with the new data. I will test the final work by creating a new installation of each of the modified scripts.
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Hello all, The lowest bid on this project is $30, so in case you can lower your bid amount (to $30 or some other amount lower than your current bid) then kindly do so. Thanks Arvind
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