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Thread began 3/24/2010 11:56 am by ddidion3394878 | Last modified 4/01/2010 10:10 am by Ray Borduin | 948 views | 5 replies |

ddidion3394878

Registration Link

Can you provide the code to make the users registration verification email a link. I found one code for the verification email template but could not find the code for the registration email template.

This is the registration email form and does not link
Email Verification

Please copy and paste the link below in your browser in order to verify this email address:

users_Confirm.php?ID=&code=

This is the verification email form and links fine.
Email Verification

Please copy and paste the link below in your browser in order to verify this email address:

users_Confirm.php?ID={WAATKusers.UserID}&code={WAATKusers.UserVerificationCode}

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Dani Chankhour

The template for the email verification is stored under WA_UniversalEmail/Email_Templates/verification.php


You can try making it a link, but i'm not sure that will work in all mail clients.

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ddidion3394878

Re: Link

Dani, I know where the file is. I copied it in the thread. I need to know the code to make it a link. Also verification email already works. I need registration email link code

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

If I am reading this correctly, I think the issue is that you will need to add the recordset to the page:

WAATKusers

before you can include the details from the recordset in the link. If you want it to appear as a link, just include the full location including www.yourdomain.com/ and most email clients will automatically show it as a link.

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ddidion3394878

link

I need to make this code a link.
users_Confirm.php?ID=&code=

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Most email clients will automatically turn anything into a link that starts with . Just use the full path and it should be a link, if not you can add <a href="http://..."> and make a link just like you would on a web page.

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