I understand that WP-Members allows users to choose their own password at registration, as described here:
This is a very helpful feature to have!
In many systems, when the user is allowed to choose their own password at registration, the system asks them to enter it twice, to confirm that they spelled it correctly (since the characters are not displayed).
In the WP-Members Settings, in the Dialogs section, there is a message which says:
Passwords did not match.<br /><br />Please try again.
This sounds like it would be displayed when the user is choosing their own password, and they entered it twice but the passwords didn’t match.
Is that what the above dialog is intended to be used for?
If so, field name field name (option name) should we use for the second occurrence of the password field on the registration form?
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