Login button: Link for registration form?
07 Aug 2016 11:45 #9244
thank you for yours work guys.
I'm trying to setup a Virtuemart shop and I'm following your manual, but at page 5, where's explained how to configure the "Login" button, you don't explain what kind of link I need to use to at the Virtuemart registration form, you are using a blank url "#" (see the picture attached). So, What's the link to permit the users registration?
You showing only one button, how users can choose to login or sign up?
There's a way to displaying the standard login/sign up form?
You set link base on menu item you create. On our online demo site, at this page, you can login or sign up.
I need to create a new menu item with "registration form" as page type, right?
I saw the login page in your demo site: www.joomfreak.com/demo/jf_krom/other-pages/login-register.htmlIn these days I will try to made a custom personalization, I want to hide (by css) the "registration form" part, and make it visible only on click on a button, because right now I think that it's too confusing for users, a lot of information.
Re: Login button: Link for registration form?
14 Aug 2016 14:17 #9280
Yes, you can select Menu Item Type is Users or Virtuemart.
There isn't a menu type "Virtuemart Login". Only "Login" using Joomla menu.
The problem is that if you choose the "Joomla login" type when the customer choose to sign up, he can insert only a "name", an "user name", "password" and an "email". Customer can add an address, and others details only during the check out process.
I don't like this kind of workflow. I prefer that customer can add all the details during the sign up process. For doing this I can use this fixed url to the Virtumerat login/register page: YOURDOMAIN.com/index.php/user
In jf_Krome the problem is that when you visiting this page: YOURDOMAIN.com/index.php/useryou can't disable the slideshow and the virtuemart home page features (see the picture attached).
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