Hello - when I was a young lad (I am 63 yrs old now) and we were amazed at something (that should have been obvious) the expression was "Well I will go to the front of our back door!"
The said expression was to signify how something simple could cause so much angst!
I am grateful for your support because now I have the Register pages (both types) displaying. This is indeed a step forward for me!
Next step is to see if I can add entries into the database by setting up some login IDs.
1 - Would I be correct in concluding that this can only be done from a live server given that I do not have a mail server on my own PC?
2 - Also, I have set up a subdomain as a live test server and allocated an email address to that subdomain. Will there be any issue using subdomain urls and email in PHP? For example www.testserver.mydomain.com can give an email address email@example.com
3 - I use the recommended provider 1&1 for the shared hosting service and the email send they use auth.smtp.1and1.co.uk - should there not be a password required to send email via the auth.smtp service?
4 - I tried registering on my localhost test server but got a message that the sender domain (the sub domain) was misconfigured citing WA_Universal_Email\mail_PHP.php line 257 (but I know that the subdomain is a valid url and I suspect that line 257 is calling the url fromWA_Globals.php) and a second message cannot modify header info citing users_registration_Simple.php line 114
5 - Ummmh ... Using the log in page on localhost I now see that the registration took place using localhost but that there was an issue with sending the registration email - I suspect this is related to there being no mail server on my computer?
The saga continues!