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[DBTech] Easy Registration

[DBTech] Easy Registration 1.1.0

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DragonByte Tech

Well-known member
#1
DragonByte Tech submitted a new resource:

[DBTech] Easy Registration - Make the registration process for your XenForo forum easier and faster.

Make the registration process for your XenForo forum easier and faster, by redesigning the Login Bar and removing unneeded form elements from the registration form.

Uses

Getting people to register to your forum is a challenge in itself. You want to make the process as quick and painless as possible, and by cutting down on the confusion and trimming out unneeded elements from your registration form, this modification makes it easier to get people to register.

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Commodore

Active member
#10
This is GREAT. I cant wait to try it.

I admin an MMO guild forum.

Is there a way to provide "next step instructions" aka to fill out an application as soon as the registration is confirmed?
 

DragonByte Tech

Well-known member
#11
This is GREAT. I cant wait to try it.

I admin an MMO guild forum.

Is there a way to provide "next step instructions" aka to fill out an application as soon as the registration is confirmed?
Unfortunately not, all this mod does is modify the stuff displayed on the registration form.


Fillip
 
#15
You can drag and drop the contents of the upload folder to your forum's folder :)


Fillip
Thanks for reply, Fillip, but that does not answer my question. Sorry, I am not an IT person and quite new XenForo. You have got three sub-folders in the 'upload' folder of your addon's .rar: 'includes', 'library' and 'js'. It is all straightforward with the last two but to what path should I copy md5_sums_dbtech_easyreg.php file from 'includes'?
 
#17
If you drag and drop all 3 folders that are inside the upload folder to the folder where your XenForo files are, everything will be in the correct position.
Fillip
That would create an additional sub-folder 'includes' in the folder 'public.html'.
Is this how it should be?
 
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