I have a a client that is requiring:
Several pages requiring registration or email to access. I’ve created this form for about 9 pages on this site: http://fabricated-geomembrane-institute.webflow.io/protected/articles - this option can get annoying because the form loads every time the page loads.
They also want a Members Only section that required members to enter a predefined password that they are given when they become members. I’m using the password Protect page for that right now because that information must be in it’s own protected folder separate from the pages mentioned in #1. http://fabricated-geomembrane-institute.webflow.io/fgi-members/members-only
I’ve tried putting both functions in the Password Protect page, but ultimately decided that it is not super intuitive to users where to go if faced with a registration/email form and password entry for a different section.
Is there a way to dynamically change the content on the Password Protect page based on where the link is coming from?
Is there a way to make this form come up only once per session, so that users don’t have to enter their email every time they click on one of those respective pages that require an email or registration, but not protection? http://fabricated-geomembrane-institute.webflow.io/protected/articles
Is there another workaround, or even custom code/development that I might be able to contract to someone with more expertise?
Thanks for any and all help!