Frontend User Registration & Login Form WordPress Plugin
Create custom Registration forms in minutes, no coding, zero hassle…
Visual Form Builder
Custom Login Form
Frontend User Profile
Pie Register helps you create registration forms in minutes with a simple drag and drop form builder. No coding required. You can build simple to the most robust forms and registration flows using the various form fields and UI controls. Customize the registration process using the many add-ons included with the premium version to make your website exclusive, spam-free, and secure.
Best of all Pie Register offers perpetual licensing – purchase once and use forever.
Here are 4 Reasons to Choose Pie Register for your Website
Invitation based registrations for exclusive websites
Do you have an exclusive website? Invitation Codes help you restrict user registration based on invites. You can send invitational emails from within the plugin to users you’d like to see on your site. Use invitation codes to protect your site from fake registrations, help refine the user base, and strengthen your website’s security.
Admin can set up multiple codes with an Expiration date.
Payment Collection Made Easier through Registration Forms
Pie Register allows you to collect payment from users at registration time. Use the Paypal standard payment gateway, or use Stripe and Authorize.net from our premium add-on collection.
Use Custom Email Notification to keep your users in the loop with the
payment process, and other account activities.
No More Spam with the Secure Form Fields
Use ReCaptcha, Math Captcha, and Honey Pot in the forms to prevent spam, trolls, and bots. Block them based on IP addresses, subnets, domain, email address, and even and their username patterns.
Advanced Form Fields
Drag and drop to use simple fields to capture personal information like Address, Phone Number and so on, or more robust fields like Profile Picture and File Upload, to the Terms and Condition. Pie register has over 30 different fields to choose from.
People who stand for their product. I’m using the registration part of Pie Register to let people, who are member of our neighborhood, register to the neighborhoods website to use ‘members only’ functions of the website. A while ago something broke and I wasn’t able to fix it. I narrowed it to some setting of Pie Register that ‘overrules’ the default login of WordPress. Somehow I couldn’t find the solution. I waited too long to ask for some support. Guess what: within a couple of hours I get the answer. Awesome! Pie Registers function with the invitation codes is exactly the solution I needed to automate my registration proces. I haven’t found another plugin that fulfills thus function that wel as Pie Register does. (Yes. I’m happy!)
Frequently Asked Questions
Who should use Pie Register?
Do I need coding skills to use Pie Register?
Is this a one-time payment plan?
Pie Register offers perpetual licensing – purchase once and use for a lifetime, no hassle or recurring periodic payments.
What does site license mean?
Site Licenses refer to the number of websites that can use our plugins. A valid and active license key is required in order to get automatic plugin updates and premium support.
Will I be able to charge my users?
How can I be protected from spammers?
I don’t want my blog to be overcrowded? What to do?
How can I prevent fake email addresses from registering?
How can I embed the Login/registration forms on my Custom Page(s) or sidebar?
With the use of Shortcodes ([ pie_register_login ] & [ pie_register_form ]) and built-in widgets, Pie Register allows you to place your registration forms anywhere you want on the website.
How do I set up the Profile pages?
Pie-Register provides you with a shortcode ([ pie_register_profile ]) to display the profile page on the front end allowing your users to edit their profiles. Enjoy the liberty to insert the shortcode on any page or even on custom post types.
How do I embed Forgot password login into the theme or in custom pages?
You can embed Forgot password login into your theme and custom pages by inserting a simple shortcode ([ pie_register_forgot_password ]).