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Create a Username field in the login page using SecurityAssist

Thread began 12/09/2014 11:06 am by story book | Last modified 12/09/2014 1:15 pm by Jason Byrnes | 369 views | 1 replies |

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Create a Username field in the login page using SecurityAssist

Hi.
Following the SecurityAssist "Creating double opt in registration system", I have created the series of registration pages including login and all else. I noticed that the login page created requires user to enter email and password. However, on my website I wish for them to enter username(I edited that from the first name option when creating registration) instead of Email. How could I go about doing that?
Thanks.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This should be done when initial creating the pages in the security assist wizard.

In the security assist wizard on the General Tab, you select the column to be used for the user name and the password. to use a username column instead of the email address column, you would select that on the general tab.

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