Login page

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  • #7161

    aurelia
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    @aureliael

    Hello,
    I would like to put the login/register area on top of my page like the image attached. How can I do that? Also how can I create the register page? Please

    Thank you for your help.
    Regards.

    #7183

    Olivier Cardoen
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    @themosaurusrex

    Hi @aureliael,

    The registration page is automatically created by BuddyPress during the installation process. If you wish to know how it’s called on your website, please navigate to “Settings > BuddyPress > Pages”.

    Unfortunately, we haven’t provided any widget to display the register page at the top of your page. Usually, they aren’t displayed very nicely as these forms are pretty long and contain a lot of registration fields most of the time. If you wish to go further with this, you could consider installing an extra plugin, like the following:
    – BuddyPress Registration Widget (https://wordpress.org/plugins/buddy-registration-widget/)

    However, please note that this plugin has not been tested or integrated with our product. You might require extra customization work if you wish to make them fit perfectly with your website.

    Best,

    #7270

    aurelia
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    • 9 Posts
    @aureliael

    Hello,

    Thank you. We want people to pay register fees when they create an account, is it possible to add this option with one of theses pluging?

    Best.

    #7271

    aurelia
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    • 9 Posts
    @aureliael

    Plus i’d like to know which pluging do I need to create this page: https://spiritual.gwangi-theme.com/register/

    Thank you for your help.
    Best.

    #7294

    aurelia
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    @aureliael
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    #7302

    Olivier Cardoen
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    @themosaurusrex

    Hi @aureliael,

    As mentioned before, the registration page is automatically created by BuddyPress during the installation process. If you wish to know how it’s called on your website, please navigate to “Settings > BuddyPress > Pages”.
    Please make sure to log out or to visit your website using private navigation on your web browser to see the registration form.

    All the fields display will be automatically added to the form if you create profile fields with BuddyPress and mark them as required (see attachments). For more about profile fields, please read the following post:

    User Extended Profiles

    I recommend against using another plugin to create user profiles and registration forms as it will lead to more issues in the future.

    Best,

    #7316

    aurelia
    Participant
    • 9 Posts
    @aureliael

    Hello,

    Thank you for your feedback. Will it be possible to have a paid membership?

    Best.

    #7318

    Olivier Cardoen
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    • 382 Posts
    @themosaurusrex

    Hi @aureliael,

    Yes, of course! 🙂

    Our theme supports Paid Memberships Pro (https://www.paidmembershipspro.com/), which allow you to charge users, implement recurring payments and restrict content or areas of your website that will only be displayed to premium members. Plenty of PMPro add-ons are available on the author website to go further if necessary, including one for BuddyPress restrictions:

    BuddyPress Integration

    To know precisely which features will be restricted from your BuddyPress website, it’s best if you ask directly to the plugin authors.

    They will be more informed and better suited to help you:

    Contact

    We remain available for all support requests related with the use of your theme.

    Best,

    #7372

    aurelia
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    @aureliael
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    #7388

    Olivier Cardoen
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    @themosaurusrex

    Hi @aureliael,

    1) The registration page is automatically created by BuddyPress during the installation process. If you wish to know how it’s called on your website, please navigate to “Settings > BuddyPress > Pages”. If needed, just create a new page, give it a name and assign it using BuddyPress settings.

    Regarding the login page, there is nothing to do really if you have Grimlock Login already installed. Simply add the Login/Log out to “User Logged In” or “User Logged Out” menus that have been created when you started your setup.

    2) Finally, it seems that you still have an extra plugin to manage the login display as I can see “Custom Login” on your WP admin bar. First, please try to uninstall this plugin and change the BuddyPress toolbar display setting. If the WP admin toolbar is still showing, I recommend that you take a look at this article of our documentation:

    How to Hide the Admin Toolbar for Specific Roles ?

    Best,

Hi there,

This topic has been inactive for a while now so we will be closing it to keep the forum tidy. Don't hesitate to create a new topic if you still need help and we'll be glad to help you!

Best regards,
The Themosaurus team.

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