I've been asked to set up a website so we can control access to the product info and other info such as archived reports and videos etc.. When we setup a user we would use their email address as the login-name and create a password for that user enter an expiration date and probably check marks for optional features (see other info below)
We want to track what pages they accessed, their login name, date/time, and IP and be able to run a weekly or monthly report. At this point we visualize the report to be downloadable to excel. The report would list login name, date, time, pages accessed, IP address and some info about where that IP address is located.
Is there a way to track what pages they access on a site we forward them to as some of the info is kept on someone else's server. I understand that that server has reporting ability but it would be nice to do it all on one report.
This is a new project and the hosting server can support pretty much whatever we ask for.
I am looking for comments to help me define the scope of the project and suggestions as to where to look for someone to do the programming for the database/reporting end of it.
Similar question was earlier posted then marked abandoned as it took me too long to get back with details
We are going to be setting up a small website of about 6 pages that we want to be customizable by each user. There would be a base site that was updated regularly to keep it fresh and relavant. The banner would be customized with their logo, and phone number. The `about us' page would be unique for each user and the contact us info would be unique. There would be a `schedule' page that they could revise with what events they have scheduled. I was considering using domain forwarding so that www.johnhenry.come
was forwarded to www.mainsite.com/johnhenry
to deliver up unique content for John Henry. If we password access to www.mainsite.com
how do we handle it so John Henry could put www.johnhenry.com
on his business card and the public would get the `customized' content without having the password issue.
Should this be a separate site. If so we'd like John Henry to be able to edit his subsite from www.mainsite.com
when he logs in (if he has signed up for that feature).
This is a lot of info and I've probably missed something so ask away
TIA for your assistance.