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  • Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    Hi everyone, thank you for reporting the iOs issue. We’ve been focusing our energy in fixing bugs in the Pro version lately, and have a fix for this bug, which we’ll be implementing in our next release.

    We anticipate a new update for our free version by next week. The update will include major bug fixes. You can follow our issue list on Github

    Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    zulukatan,

    Have you made sure that your settings allow for registration?

    Go to your WordPress dashboard general settings–>membership–> check box (anyone can register).

    I also encourage you to check out our video tutorials on how to setup the plugin and redirect.

    Do you have any JS errors? If so, would you mind sending us a link to your site?

    Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    Hi Myschool121,

    Below are the answers.

    1. Can I make my students only visit page and I don’t want them to even view their dashboard – can this be possible.

    If installed properly, our FREE and PRO versions only redirect the user after login/registration, i.e., it takes them to the url/page/post you indicated in the settings. It does not provide any kind of content restriction, i.e., users can still access the /wp-admin. Its upto you to set the permissions for the usr.

    Free ALR Plugin: only redirects to one url/page/post
    Login/Register —> redirect here

    Pro ALR Plugin: you can redirect to two different urls/page/post
    Login —> Redirect here
    Register —> Redirect somewhere else

    2. Can I change the menus before and after logging in. for example
    I have menu1 : Home,About us, Contact, Register, Login

    Once logged in, I want the menu to change :
    menu2 : home, about us, contact, Your account, log out.

    is this possible?

    No, there currently is no setting to change the “logout” text.

    3. I have a hathor theme (free version for the moment). I want to add a username and password on the home page itself so that my students can login directly than going into login and register pages. As you see for example :wordpress.org has its menu on its header and below that there is a small bar where you have forums and on the right side you have the option to log in and once logged in it shows :

    Welcome myschool121, vie your profile (logout)

    I want the same for my website as Welcome
    mystudent, view your account (logout)

    You can certainly add the login page/dialog to your homepage. You just have to create a page, insert the shortcode to that page, and set that page as your home page. If you are looking solely for a dialog login experience, you’ll configure it that way.

    Also, with our PRO version, there is a way for you to customize the login/register experience and add a message via the design tab.

    Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    Mike,

    I am not sure I understand your question. Can you elaborate?

    Thank you,

    Diana

    Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    Rene,
    Thank you and more documentation is in our to do list! Thank you so much for your suggestion 🙂

    Diana

    Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    myschool121,

    Be sure to go to general settings (located in your WordPress Dashboard) and select “anyone can register” in the membership section.

    WordPress Dashboard–>Settings—> Membership–>check the box to enable “anyone can register”

    Our plugin does not allow permission for others to view your dashboard or access your WordPress admin.

    Let us know if you have any other issues.

    Thanks!
    Diana

    Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    I just tried using the following and it worked:

    Login Handle: .login-class

    Created a custom menu:
    url: #
    Navigation menu: Login
    CSS Class: login-class

    Also enabled registration

    What other plugins that use AJAX do you have enabled? It may have something to do with other plugins that use AJAX which you may already have installed. We’d like to know to check compatibility.

    Thanks,
    Diana

    Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    Geohl,

    Yes you are correct. You don’t need to create a page if you set up a dialog login/registration interaction. The plugin was made flexible enough to aid users who wanted the dialog and users who preferred the page/post login/registration option.

    Also, you can use a different login and/or registration handle.

    I just answered a similar question and think it would be useful if you used a different login/register handle in case there is conflict with another AJAX plugin and you happen to use the same values.

    Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    John,

    You don’t need to use the shortcode twice in a page if your intention is solely to use the modal boxes.

    If you want to simply use the modal boxes, do this:

        Delete the [ajax_login] or [ajax_register] shortcodes from any pages or posts.
        Under advance usage, you can set up the modal boxes by creating a registration and/or login handle. Meaning, create your own unique css class for the login or registration pop up window.

        We give the sample of .register-link and .login-link, but you can use .register-dialog or .login-dialog for testing purposes.

        Finally, if you want to see the dialogs as menu item add the login/register modals to existing menu. Go to Appearance—Menus and follow directions below

      Use these values:
      url: # (you can even put a / here as WordPress wants some value)
      Navigation label: Login
      CSS Class: login-dialog (this should be as you indicated in your advance usage)
      Save

      add another one for registration (if you want, meaning you don’t need to have two menu options)
      url: #
      Navigation label: Register
      CSS Class: register-dialog

    Be sure to allow “Anyone can register” under your regular settings.

    Here is another tutorial Zane put on our blog. I hope this helps.
    Adding a Login Dialog Modal

    Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    Northi,

    When you get a chance, look over this step by step. You had an excellent question and thought it would be best to show you how to resolve.

    Step by Step Tutorial

    Essentially, since BP comes already with a login functionality, there were only a few things you need to adjust in the admin dashboard. Try out the solution and let us know if it works.

    Thanks,
    Diana

    Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    Northi,

    Thanks for sharing it. I’ll be replicating the issue with a buddypress install and get back to you.

    Thank you for bringing this issue up.

    Sincerely,
    Diana

    Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    Northi,

    Can you send us a screenshot or link to what you see so we can see your issue?

    We’d like to help you resolve the matter but it’s best for us to see what you see.

    Thanks,
    Diana

    Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    Franck,

    The French translation was done by a volunteer who loved the plugin and translated the plugin to French.

    You can modify the existing French translation using POE Edit.

    Poedit is free to download and you can view English and French translation side by side.

    Step by Step:
    1. Go to appropriate language folder in your ALR plugin install and look for the French language folder (wp-content/plugins/zm-ajax-login-register/languages/ )

    2. Open the PO file in POEdit and make corrections. If you are making corrections for same French language-country–the file name will remain the same. Update your translation and put in plugin languages folder.

    3. Save all new translation and test to see if it worked.

    *Make a copy of the PO file you will edit just in case the first time you try, it does not come out right*

    P.S. I’m assume you are referring to the French translation, as your website has French content.

    Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    Here are the directions for the Modals:

    1. Create a menu item; such as “login” you can set the URL to # if need be
    2. Assign a unique class name to the menu item. If you do not see the “class name section”, click on the “Screen options” in the upper corner and check the box for “CSS Classes”
    3. Copy/paste the class name you just assigned to the menu item
    4. Save the changes for the new menu item
    5. Visit the settings page from the WordPress Admin (Settings –> Ajax Login & Register)
    6. Paste the CSS class name in the appropriate field, either “Login Handle” or “Register Handle”
    7. Save the settings

    Plugin Contributor Diana

    (@dvk)

    @jesmcsparron,

    The only two shortcodes you will need are [ajax_login] and [ajax_register]

    Here are some tutorials to help you get started:
    http://zanematthew.com/ajax-login-register-help-videos/

    We still have to release the video tutorials on advance usage which include topics:
    Modals and CSS styling

    Hope that helps in the meantime,

    Diana

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