If a member wishes to upgrade/downgrade their account then they should first go to /admin/billing and cancel their account there. Then they should login again and on the suspended page click the option they want to upgrade/downgrade to.
They can also order again from the order page as long as the email they make payment with from the order page matches the email of their account it will reactivate them. It may take them to the join page where they fill out the form to create a membership, but they do not need to fill out the form because they already have an account.
This answer does not apply if you are using direct payment to members.
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There are many ways to do that depending on the setup in your software,
and also if you are paying commissions or not, or if your software is free.
For example, they could send them to a capture page which redirects to the join page.
They could send them directly to the page with the payment button.
If the Software would be for free, they could send them directly to the join page.
We would need to know your setup to better know what method works best for you.
Default Primary Page
To specify the default primary page add a hidden input with the name of capturepage
. For example:
<input type="hidden" name="capturepage" value="FILENAME.php
Default Content Group
There is no way to do this through html. However, you can control what the default content group is when editing membership from /admin/memberships
Alternative: Use PHP
If this does not work for what you are trying to do (exa: You need it specific for a promotion, not a membership), the other way to do it would be to use php code and putting a hook for do-join.php page.
The best hook to use is a special one in the middle of the file.
To do it create a file called do-join-midhook.php
and put the php code for editing the default content group in that file. There is an object for the member called $member
that can be used with the method setPrimaryCGroup(#)
for the primary content group.