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[resolved] Does not force user to input information (5 posts)

  1. bamajr
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I'm not sure, but I think the issue I'm having is and incompatibility between your plugin and the Theme-My-Login plugin.

    Anyway, I cannot get your plugin to force users to fill out First Name, Last Name, City, State, Zip and so on.

    Again, it is probably an incompatibility between your plugin and the Theme-My-Login plugin, but you may want to investigate it.

  2. Chad Butler
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    If you are using registration via the Theme-My-Login plugin, then there is no way for WP-Members to have any control over the registration process. WP-Members can only provide form validation for its own forms. However, if you are using the WP-Members registration process, I can't see why anything would override the internal form validation.

    WP-Members does use the same user and usermeta as native WP for compatibility, so if you are using something like Theme-My-Login to manage registration, etc., WP-Members has a toggle to turn off the WP-Members registration process so it can simply be used to restrict content. But then you are on your own for form validation (such as required fields).

  3. bamajr
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Yeah, I figured as much.

    I like the process Jeff Farthing has built into the Theme-My-Login plugin and yet I like the control your WP-Members plugin gives me.

    If only there were a way to have the two work together...

  4. Ajay Patel
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hay,
    Chad Butler

    Thanks for amazing plugin
    I have one problem, i want to display validation log with multiple validation.
    According to me now your plugin display only one validation error then another.

    How can i ?

    Thanks

  5. Chad Butler
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    You can't really do that without making changes to the code, which isn't advised (anytime you make core hacks like that, you need to maintain them when you upgrade the plugin).

    If you decide to go that direction, I would recommend using some type of ajax frontside validation - that way, the additional code to the plugin itself would be minimal (easier to maintain, as most of the code could be maintained outside the plugin) and would essentially override the plugin's own validation as the fields would already have been checked.

    Hope that gives you some ideas.

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