I'm wondering how exactly these login methods work. We have an ERP software that manages all of our employees and customers, what I'm wondering is if a custom login method can create accounts on the fly. For example we have API's to this ERP software and can authenticate sessions and user permissions. Can we set up an IPB board with this integration and NOT copy over the whole user database and just have it so when/if a user comes to the board we send off a query to our ERP with the user/password supplied and if the ERP authenticates we can create the user on IPB and then create an actual account for them and log them in.
I'm not looking for an SSO solution, it's not something that we're in need of.. but we are looking for a singular sign on credential (and hopefully without them having to register)
I'm trying to see if we can move my company from MODx to IP.Content and am having issues trying to wrap my head around how we can accomplish some our needs easily.
Our company is international and multi-lingual. We have 8 different "markets" and each market has a different number of languages but the total number of languages is 15 total. The way we currently handle this is via URL manipulation such as /public/usa-can/en/main and so forth.
We have a team of people who are dedicated to doing translations so we don't need any sort of "Auto-Translator".
So.. question is.. Can any one think of how to easily accomplish the data handling of all of those either IP.Content Articles, or straight pages in all of those languages?
Our members have mentioned they would love to have the ability to save their CKE preferences. For example for whatever reason we have members that only write in certain fonts and certain colors and they wanted the ability to save those preferences so they auto-load when they go to write a post.
Absolutely. Simply put.. If you know how to code HTML + CSS.. You can go download a template from themeforest and code that to work with IP.Content. You quite literally do anything you can think of with IP.Content.