Please carefully read this project detail before bidding. In connection with another existing project I have on here: [url removed, login to view] - I would like to enable members/users logged into the "BuddyPress" [url removed, login to view] supported website signed in using their social media accounts (facebook, twitter, google, etc) to be able to do the following:
1.) To sign a single petition or in this case document for example: [url removed, login to view] - you will see text and then over 120,000 signatures. I'd like to duplicate this. But there is no need to have the abbreviated version of a person's name. Whatever the member/user calls himself or herself on their social media accounts is what will appear. In other words not John S but rather John Smith. (If this doesn't make sense to you then please ask me questions. I will try my best to clarify and make it clearer)
1a.) If possible and not too expensive I would like to give those signing this "single petition" or document the ability to do so by digitally or electronically signing their name. Similar to [url removed, login to view] or how [url removed, login to view] does it. So it would be John Smith in print and above it would be his signature that he wrote in using his mouse as if he were drawing it in mspaint. Then below his name the next person could sign, so it might be Jane Doe, etc.
2.) After the person signs and sees their signature appear below the document described in 1 & 1a from above, they should then be prompted to an automatically generated membership certificate that they can download or print. The membership certificate will contain their name (captured from their social media account, facebook, twitter or whatever it is they logged in with) and the date they signed the document/petition we're talking about.
Alternatively, if it's easier or less expensive, the membership certificate could be e-mailed to the signer. A crude example of a website that does both is: [url removed, login to view] - after you fill out the form, you'll see what I mean. I'll need to provide the membership certificate artwork. Ideally, I'd like it to be in PDF format or something classy. But my main concern is feasibility and cost. Another guy calls it a "Dynamic Membership Certificate" check it out: [url removed, login to view]
****Please feel free to ask any and all questions. Please do not tell me you can do this thing just to get my attention. Thank you!****