In the previous post we set up a form and email to verify the user’s email address before we allow them to reset their password. This post will show how to update the user’s state in response to the click-through from the verification email.
In the last post we started creating Forgot Password functionality. We created goals and an engagement plan to define the logic behind the user flow. In this post we will start working on the frontend. Continue reading
I was hoping to make this a part of my Easy Extranet series, but it seems that Sitecore is missing a couple of small pieces that would make it possible to do this without calling in a developer. This series will show how to set up Forgot Password functionality using WFFM, EXM and an engagement plan.
Now users can now set up an account and logout. We need to allow them to login again the next time they visit. Continue reading
I like to build logout functionality before I build the login functionality. It makes testing the login functionality easier when you can quickly logout. Also, when users register, they are immediately logged in, so unless you have let your session expire, you should still have a user logged in. Continue reading
This post will show how to use EXM to send a welcome email to newly registerd users. Continue reading
Now that we have a restricted extranet page, we need to be able to create users who can access it. Continue reading
With this series of posts, I am going to show off some common functionality that can be implemented without a developer. Specifically, I will show how you can combine the Web Forms for Marketers and Email Experience Manager modules, to get an extranet up and running before you finish your morning coffee. Continue reading
If you would like to read my older posts, they can be found on the Aware Web Solutions blog.