Adds new fields and requites new users to register additional fields (such as first name and last name) or any new field you wish to add. Note: WordP
When new users register, this plugin forces new users to register additional fields of your choosing or lets you add your own custom fields. Default available fields are:
WordPress User Registration Aide Force & Add New User Fields on Registration Form, as the title implies, allows you to require more fields when a new user registers. This not only can help to stop spammers, but it can also increase your user management capabilities and services for your user base. All the new fields that you add also are added to existing users profiles, but the users will have to fill them out of course, but any new users will be required to fill out these fields if they are included in the registration process.
Another important option is that you can also add new fields to the users profile page but not require them for registration, so you can increase you user management capabilities. This is an exciting new feature for Webmasters that wish to increase contact options, communications, and information obtained from your user base.
Easy to use Quickly and easily add new fields to user registration Add your own custom fields Add as many or as little of the new fields to the registration form Reduce bots and spammers with additional fields on the registration form Includes existing fields from user profile like First Name, Last Name & Nickname Add as many new fields you want quickly and easily Get better control over your user base New fields are added to existing users profiles! Increase your knowledge of, and interaction with your customers & users! Add Custom Logo & Messages to Registration & Login Pages! Add Custom Background Image or Background Color to Login & Registration Pages! Anti-Spam Math Problem Password Strength Meter Custom Password Strength Options to Create Your Own Password Strength Definition
Requires: 3.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-6-29
1 of 6 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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