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PowerStore 4 User Regisitration Suggestion

Thread began 10/19/2010 8:29 am by Jason Kline | Last modified 11/23/2010 2:18 pm by Jason Byrnes | 975 views | 6 replies |

Jason Kline

PowerStore 4 User Regisitration Suggestion

Can we let the user registering know that there account is created. Seems like after clicking on the Register button the profile page shows to update your profile.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

on the webassist/plugins/registration/registration.php page, you could edit line 141:

php:
header("Location: ".((isset($_GET["accesscheck"]))?$_GET["accesscheck"]:"users_profile.php")  ."");



to pass a querystring variable:

php:
header("Location: ".((isset($_GET["accesscheck"]))?$_GET["accesscheck"]:"users_profile.php?reg=1")  ."");



then edit the users_Profile.php page to show a thank you message:

php:
<h1><?php if(isset($_GET['reg']) && $_GET['reg'] == 1) echo("Thank you for registering<br />"); ?>Profile</h1>
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Jason Kline

Great! I will try that.

Thank you Jason.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you're welcome.

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Jason Kline

Hi Jason,

I made the changes you suggested but the thank you message does not show up. Only "Profile" show up after registering.

Any suggestions?

Jason

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Jason Kline

OK got it... had to edit the webassist/plugins/registration/full/registration.php as well

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

OK, glad to hear it is working.

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