First, is there any way the registration enrollment can be assigned to a role other than the conference manager. We have about 80% of our attendees pay through paypal and others pay manually. Our proceedings editor and staff collect registration information manually in addtion to the paypal registrants. As I am the conference manager I do not want to give them conference manager access but would like them the be able to create registrations so we all can keep track of the status. I noticed somewhere that directors and track directors have access to the registration infomation. I do not want to give them access as a conference manger because they can have too much access to other parts of the system. If you could give me a location in the files to change the access of a director we might be able to modify the code. If not or too complicated then I will just have to do it.
Second question is with regard to registration options. These are just check boxes. Where could these be changed to indicate the number of each option to include (for example 2 tickets at $25). We have things like receptions and lunches where members sometimes want to buy extra tickets for more than one guest. I realize that this may require a change in the MySQL database and some of the code. If you could direct me to where the registraion form and the database are tied together, I can look at it.
At this point I think changing access would be nontrivial, especially since you're wandering into authorization territory
AshleyMurphy wrote:Jamie how are you creating a single menu wrapper link? I like the system you've come up with and want to give it a go.
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