Support » Plugin: WP-Members: Membership Framework » [Plugin: WP-Members] Double new user registration form problem

  • Resolved Manish

    (@nims)


    Hi … I created a page named Members and put this code in it

    [wp-members status="out"]
    If you are not a member please register here.
    [wp-members page="register"]
    
    Existing members can login here.
    [wp-members page="login"]
     [/wp-members]
    
    [wp-members status="in"]To manage your profile.
    [wp-members page="members-area"] [/wp-members]

    The logged out users see 2 new user registration forms. Individually [wp-members page=”register”] works fine.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-members/

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  • Plugin Author Chad Butler

    (@cbutlerjr)

    As stated in the plugin documentation, all of the page shortcodes are intended to be used for setting up a page and are not intended to be used the way you have them above. However, the next scheduled release will have some additional flexibility (but still maybe not enough to pull off what you have there).

    Really all you need there is just [wp-members page=”members-area”] without all of the other shortcodes. That will give the logged out user a login form and a registration form, and the logged in user the ability to manage their profile.

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