PIE REGISTER MANUAL
- Who is it for?
- Community v/s PRO Version
- Let’s get started!
- Pie Register Features
- Registration Forms
- Verify & Moderate Registrations
- Invitation Only Registrations
- Notifications with Custom Email Templates
- CAPTCHA Support
- Data Import/Export
- Payment Integration
- Conditional Logic [PRO]
- Built-in Form Themes [PRO]
- Block Users [PRO]
- Auto login after registration [PRO]
- Role based redirect [PRO]
- Advanced login security [PRO]
- Restrict WordPress Widget visibility [PRO]
- Restrict Search engine and bots [PRO]
- Pie Register Add-ons
- Pie Register Shortcuts
- Rate the plugin on wp.org
- End of Document
Pie Register comes with WordPress Shortcodes which speeds up the integration of registration forms. You can setup the registration process quickly by using the Shortcodes provided with each registration form.
Access Shortcodes from Manage Forms
Following are the steps to use registration form Shortcodes.
- Login to your blog / site and go to your dashboard.
- In the dashboard’s menu, click on Pie Register > Manage Forms.
- The Shortcodes are located in the Registration forms table under Shortcode column.
Access Shortcodes from Help
All Pie Register Shortcodes can also be accessed from Dashboard > Pie Register > Help > Shortcodes. With the use of these shortcodes, you can embed Pie-Register forms into your Custom Pages, Posts and Widgets.
Here are some basic form shortcodes that you can embed:
- For login form use: [pie_register_login]
- For Registration form use: [pie_register_form]
- For forgot password form use: [pie_register_forgot_password]
- For profile page use: [pie_register_profile]
- For social login use : [[pie_register_social_login]]
- For Profile Search use: [[pie_register_search_profile_result]]