My classfieds script at <[url removed, login to view]> allows for different account types. Currently the script will detect if any user group codes are entered and if so, it will bring up an additional page where the user types in the code or clicks on a button for standard account registration. You can see this page by going through registration on the site. I want this process simplified by having the script bring up a formatted list of account types with codes entered where the user can select by radio button and then continue to the account information entry page. The script allows for a default user group, I want that one set as the first item on the user group list and I want it selected by default. The only groups listed will be those with codes entered in the admin section. The list will include the user group name and group description set in the admin section.
I also want a function added to the user admin section that will allow the user to switch account types. I have a manual process in place now and I want it to be like it. Login to the site with the username rmockelman and password rm082953. Click on Upgrade/Downgrade Account to see it. I want the user to be able to select an account type, submit it and then change user groups.
I want both functions ACTIVE ONLY if group user codes are entered in Admin. The current script kind of does that now by bringing up the code page during registration.
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