Nice Login Widget
Additional Fields in Registration Form (5 posts)

  1. bobby.noonan
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I want to add a number of different fields -- maybe even use this in conjunction with Register Plus Redux. Right now, my register form only has two fields: Username and Email Address. How would I go about adding additional fields? And how would I go about customizing this registration screen to make the width smaller?

    Here is a picture of my current registration form:



  2. sgPlanwize
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi bobby.noonan,

    For now there is no ability to extend the registration form with additional fields. One of our goals was to make the registration/login process to be short and elegant because this widget can be shown on every page on your site.
    You still can use plugins like Register Plus Redux and they will be reflected in your wp-login.php page.

    SuperPlugin Team.

  3. thlconal
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I too am using Register Plus Redux, and have one (relatively) simple request...

    As it stand now, Nice Login displays the two default inputs, [username] and [email], followed by [sign up!] and then followed by any of Register Plus Redux' required fields (e.g. password, First Name, Last Name, et. al.)

    Is it at all possible to allow Register Plus Redux to insert it's additional "required" fields before Nice Login displays the [sign up!] input box?

  4. downFast
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Just in case this can help anyone, in order to place the additional fields before the "Sign up" button, such as those fields created using Register Plus Redux or Cimy User Extra Fields plugin (actually this is what I use), I had to use jQuery:

    $(".sp-widget-register-div input[value='Sign up!']").insertBefore(".sp-widget-register-div #wp-social-login-connect-with");
    var duplicateChk = {};
    $(".sp-widget-register-div input[value='Sign up!']").each (function () {
        	if (duplicateChk.hasOwnProperty(this)) {
        	} else {
           		duplicateChk[this] = 'true';

    This isn't the nicest solution as it should be made server side but it works nicely anyway. (Issue is where the user has js off, but it's very rarely anyway). So there you go.

    @To the plugin Author: it'd be nice if you could include at least "user custom password" into the form so that we won't need to use other plugins to get additional custom fields. I understand you want to keep it clean and simple but a custom possword field wouldn't be too bad, I think. Thanks

  5. prinnc3
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Please how can I reduce the size of the login box...its too long and how do I reduce the spaces between the text and the text area box..

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