I seem to have found a strange problem with the Register Plus plugin...
If (and only if) you have included the Website field in your registration form, and the user fills it in during registration, this field cannot be changed when editing that user's profile.
For example, if the user filled in their registration form with the website "http://www.google.com", and you (or the logged in user) attempt to edit the profile to change the url to "http://www.yahoo.com", and save the profile, it will not change the field, but retain the original information. This does not happen (insofar as I can tell) with any other field on the profile -- all other fields can be updated.
It only happens if you allow users to fill in the Website (this is stored as "user_url" in the database) during registration. In other words, if you do not include the "website" field in the registration form, you can freely update the website without problems.
I have two questions here:
1) can anyone else verify that this happens to them with Register Plus
2) Any idea what might be the problem here? It's an issue because it means that neither users nor administrators can change the user_url in the Website field once it has initially been entered in the Registration form. (And again, I emphasize that there is no problem if the Website field wasn't included in the registration form).
I am using WordPress 2.6.5 -- tried this on a totally clean Kubrick installation with no other plugins installed or active. Using Firefox 3.x as my browser.