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[resolved] boot-store and dm-confirm-email (5 posts)

  1. nospam2k
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I'm trying to integrate dm-confirm-email with boot-store template and since boot-store uses a custom login/register form and dm-confirm-email says it uses all the standard hooks it should work. What I've found is that the boot-store form displays a password/confirm password but the standard form with the dm-confim-email does not but show "an email will be sent to you to confirm your registration which boot-store doesn't show. I've looked through the function tcp_register_form and see the the password fields are hardcoded as are much of the info passed to the registration function which bypasses the dm-confirm-email altogether. Bottom line. I want to use the confirm email address plugin, how can I integrate that into boot-store without losing the boot-store functionality. Is it possible to do this. I want users to have various levels (customer AND participant (forum) AND subscriber (blog). I dont want to make them sign up 3 different times.


  2. donmhico
    Posted 2 years ago #


    I'm the plugin author of DM Confirm Email. I will try to see the issue of DM Confirm Email with Boot Store and possibly create a solution for it.

    P.S. It will really help if you will tag the thread with DM Confirm Email or create the thread on the official support forum http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/dm-confirm-email so I can see it faster =)

  3. sur
    Theme Author

    Posted 2 years ago #


    Note Boot Store 1.6 version remove the register option because it generate issues for many users.

    Did you solved the issue
    best regards

  4. nospam2k
    Posted 2 years ago #

    donmhico - I didn't go to you because I could see from the code it wasn't your fault. Boot Store kills the ability to register so you can't use Boot Store to run a blog and an e-Commerce together. There is nothing wrong with your plugin. I ended up using a different template with your plug-in.

  5. sur
    Theme Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi, yes, you can use Boot Store to run a blog and an e-Commerce together.

    Customer can register in checkout as customer.

    Blog user (suscriber users): you can create a Wp menu item linking to the registration page:
    <li><a href="http://your-domain/wp-login.php?action=register">Register</a></li>

    Or you could create a page promoting and explaining the benefits of registering on the blog and linking to the registration page:
    <li><a class=btn btn-large btn-primary" href="http://your-domain/wp-login.php?action=register">Register</a></li>

    Best Regards

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