User Support Widgets

  • User Log-In Widget

    Displays a user login form (if user not already logged in): [image:8214:User not logged in] Widget settings [image:8215] more »
  • Email capture / Quick registration widget

    When placed in the sidebar, the main area, or any Container you like, this widget will display a form to capture the User's email (and optional additional fields). This will quickly create an account for the User and register him to one or more email lists. more »
  • Newsletter/Email List Subscription Widget

    When placed into the sidebar, main area or any other Container, this widget allows registered users to subscribe / unsubscribe to an Email List. [image:8208:User is not subscribed yet] After clicking: [image:8209:User is now subscribed] Widget can be… more »
  • Subscribe to Collection Updates Widget

    This widget displays checkboxes or links allowing the user to subscribe/unsubscribe to email notifications on the current collection. [image:5789:] The widget has some display settings (see below) but please also note: The widget will allow… more »
  • User Links Widget

    This is typically used for "Social Link Icons". It can displays logos linking to twitter, facebook, Google+, etc. This widget displays icons that link to the URLs defined on a user profile. Each URL that is defined in a user profile field and… more »
  • Users' Pictures Widget

    This widget will display a list of profile pictures (typically random) registered on the site. Clicking on a profile will lead to the user’s page (disp = user). more »
  • User Tools widget

    Description: Display user tools: Log in, Admin, Profile, Subscriptions, Log outParameter: Block title - specify the title that you want this widget to display in your blog(blank by default)Parameter: Write a new post link - allows you to show the linkā€¦ more »
  • "Who's Online?" Widget

    This widget displays a list of the users currently online (based on a timeout you can define). Due to the very nature of the WWW, the "who’s online?" session tracker can only offer an approximate view of who’s actually online.… more »