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SilverStripe Members Module

A simplified light-weight alternative to the member profiles module. All configuration is handled by developer, rather than in CMS.

Adds various (optional) extra member features. They will not all be enabled by default.

  • Registration page
  • Profile page for updating details.
  • Send temporary password via email.

Registration Page

Because the registration page page does not have (or need) a Page model. Add the following director rules to your _config/config.yml file:

Director:
  rules:
    'register//$Action/$ID': 'MemberRegistrationPage_Controller'
MemberRegistrationPage_Controller:
    enabled: true

This will enable registering at mysite.com/profile.

Member Profile Page

Because the member profile page does not have (or need) a Page model. To add a profile page to your site, add the following to your _config.php:

Director:
  rules:
    'profile//$Action/$ID': 'MemberProfilePage_Controller'
MemberProfilePage_Controller:
    enabled: true

Once configured, you can edit your profile at mysite.com/profile.

Update Notifications

You can configure front-end member profile updates to be notified to the administrator via email.

Member:
    send_frontend_update_notifications: true

You can optionally restrict these notifications to only be sent when specific fields are changed.

Member:
    frontend_update_notification_fields: 
      - Email
      - Phone

Temporary Password Email

This is enabled by default.

CSV Export Fields

This module introduces a way to define export_fields to for CSV exporting in yaml:

Member:
  export_fields:
    FirstName: 'First Name'
    Surname: 'Last Name'
    Organisation.Name: 'Business Name'
    Email: 'Email Address'