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Per-site registration (9 posts)

  1. prashanthag
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    [Please do not post in uppercase & shout at us. Post title de-capped.]

    hi all,

    how to make user PER-SITE REGISTRATION in front end page
    example
    domain name
    email:
    password:
    i want add above three fields in front end page /home page how to achieve this in front end without using any plugin i want customization PER-SITE REGISTRATION form

  2. Without a plugin? http://halfelf.org/2012/multisite-registration/

    WITH a plugin, and saving you a lot of work? http://wordpress.org/plugins/join-my-multisite/

  3. prashanthag
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    Dear Ipstenu (Mika E.),

    I setup multisite using market press plugin and it working fine in backend (dashboard) I saw your blog unable to following instructions
    I create one template signup it comes in page attributes later i am not getting this copy the content of wpsignup.
    php into it, and edit as you need
    how to achieve
    and what are things can do it in wpsignup.
    php page please clarify it

    thanks in advance

    For more Details
    New user enter his domain (custom) and email and password then clik add site (button)
    It navigates

    Once receive mail he/she can able to login his own sites

    Multisite options is working in backened (dashboard) admin area
    But how to make in frontend without need of super admin area

  4. prashanthag
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    Hi all,
    my question is creating new site in back end is possible how to do it in Front end without login as super admin mutlisite user registration page should be in front end (home page/blog)
    http://localhost/wordpress_SC/wp-admin/network/site-new.php

    Site Address []
    Site Title []
    Admin Email []
    A new user will be created if the above email address is not in the database.
    The username and password will be mailed to this email address.

  5. prashanthag
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    Hi Ipstenu (Mika E.)Half-Elf Support Rogue & Mod,

    I did without plugin with help of Without a plugin? http://halfelf.org/2012/multisite-registration/ file
    but i am getting following errors

    The requested URL /signup was not found on this server.

  6. Stop making multiple posts. I've deleted six of yours.

    You're asking the same question over and over. Calm down.

    domain.com/wp-signup.php is a front end page. Everyone can use it.

    If you need to CUSTOMIZE this, use http://halfelf.org/2012/multisite-registration/ - follow the directions. You skipped the one that says to 'Make Your Page'

    However you should consider using a plugin instead - http://wordpress.org/plugins/join-my-multisite/

    I promise, it's easier, it's the same code even, and if the other 'without a plugin' directions are too advanced for you right now, use the plugin. That's why it's there.

  7. prashanthag
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    Hi,
    Ipstenu (Mika E.)
    I am not getting this following sentence please explain briefly ( http://halfelf.org/2012/multisite-registration/ )

    Finally search your file for all instances of wp-signup.php and change them. To what? To whatever you’re going to name your page in the next section. I knew I wanted to name my page signup, so I replaced it with that.

    Thanks in advance

  8. prashanthag
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    Can i add this line to .htaccess file

    [ Moderator Note: Code fixed. Please post code or markup snippets between backticks or use the code button. ]

    RewriteRule ^wp-signup.php(.*)$ wp-content/themes/[your theme name]/wp-signup.php$1

    And can i change from

    <form id="setupform" method="post" action="/signup">

    To

    <form id="setupform" method="post" action=" http://localhost/wordpress/wp-signup.php">
  9. You can try. It MAY work for you.

    Finally search your file for all instances of wp-signup.php and change them. To what? To whatever you’re going to name your page in the next section. I knew I wanted to name my page signup, so I replaced it with that.

    This means you edit the page you had just created and replace wp-signup.php with whatever name you have given the page.

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