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PDF Membership letter / certificate 1.0

Generate a PDF for members to prove their membership.

  1. CrispinP
    Compatible XF Versions:
    • 1.4
    • 1.5
    Additional Requirements:
    Dompdf (Included)

    This uses Dompdf. See https://github.com/dompdf/dompdf for more details.
    In turn, the PDF library uses some functions within php which might not be enabled by default.
    DOMPDF requires:
    :- PHP version 5.3.0 or higher
    :- DOM extension
    :- GD extension
    :- MBString extension
    :- php-font-lib
    :- php-svg-lib

    If you have a shared server then it is most unlikely you will be able to install these.
    Updates Duration:
    12 months
    Visible Branding:
    No
    A resource which allows you to generate membership letters or certificates for members.

    This comes in handy when members get discounts from 3rd parties but have to prove their membership. This is the official proof.


    • Fairly flexible in that you can:
    • Specify the letterhead
    • Select which attributes of the letter you want to include.
    • Allow members to download it as a pdf
    • Show the join date.
    • If they have a paid-for user-upgrade then it will show the end date of that upgrade.
    • Date format is as-per Xenforo settings
    DELIVERY:
    Please note, like my other resources, I use FetchApp. FetchApp and I are not friends and it normally does not send you the file when you have bought it. I will always send you an email with the install file as soon as I can after you bought it - normally within a couple of hours. Please don't open a PayPal dispute within 33ms after buying it.


    The default membership letter:
    upload_2016-10-17_22-3-47.png



    Menu integration for members:
    upload_2016-10-17_21-24-23.png



    ACP options:

    upload_2016-10-17_21-25-19.png


    Permissions for individual groups:
    upload_2016-10-17_21-25-57.png
    Related Resources:
    This uses Dompdf. See https://github.com/dompdf/dompdf for more details.
    In turn, the PDF library uses some functions within php which might not be enabled by default.
    DOMPDF requires:
    • PHP version 5.3.0 or higher
    • DOM extension
    • GD extension
    • MBString extension
    • php-font-lib
    • php-svg-lib
    If you have a shared server then it is most unlikely you will be able to install these.
    Sunka and RobinHood like this.