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  • #2694

    mrrini
    Participant

    Is there any way around having to include the username / pwd? I think I get it, logically, that it might need to exist for submitting entries into the DB, but I really have no use for it and otherwise am a fan of the plugin.

    #2713

    PIE REGISTER
    Keymaster

    Haven’t try that but you may try to
    1.) Make those field hidden
    2.) Populate with jquery

    Thanks

    #2745

    Will Shaman
    Participant

    First off, thanks for a good plugin that’s mostly very easy to configure.

    I’m trying to set up a form that doesn’t include password fields. I want it small and compact, so I would prefer Pie Register to create an automatic password and post it to the new registrant. Is that possible?

    Thanks in advance.

    Will

    #2924

    Jon Moody
    Participant

    I’m using PIE Register to gather data (email addresses) from customers of my business. I have populated the database with the necessary data and set PIE to redirect a user to the profile page when they login.

    They can then click on the pencil to update their profile with any details missing from my records. I have modified the base.php and edit_form.php files in the classes directory to remove the password fields from the profile form as follows (using PIE register version 2.0.14)

    classes/edit_form.php

    deleted line 938 – case ‘password’:
    added new lines for for case ‘password’ after break at line 955…

    case ‘password’:
    $profile_fields_data .= ‘<div class=”fieldset”>’;
    break;

    commented out line 976 (975 in original code)

    //$profile_fields_data .= $this->addPassword();

    classes/base.php

    Modified line 373 – removed text ‘Password’ from label…
    before – $fields[2][‘label’] = ($current_fields[2][‘label’])?$current_fields[2][‘label’]:__(“Password”,”piereg”);
    after – $fields[2][‘label’] = ($current_fields[2][‘label’])?$current_fields[2][‘label’]:__(“”,”piereg”);

    Modified line 582 – deleted ‘Password’ from ‘value=”Password”‘ at column 475

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