Redirect after registration/edit the last page

8 years 3 months ago #169801 by byrannewell
The last page of the registration process says something akin to "Registration Complete. You may now log in. Thank you for your payment of ...". I need to change that, and skin it. How?

Second, I'm having a helluva time trying to get people logged in after they complete their registration—it seems to be a glaringly obvious feature that is lacking (among others). My question though, is if it's possible to use the CBSubs URL Integration plugin, to overcome the limitation. Specifically, can I log in the user, and redirect them to their edit profile page? It's extremely important.
8 years 3 months ago #170025 by krileon

The last page of the registration process says something akin to "Registration Complete. You may now log in. Thank you for your payment of ...". I need to change that, and skin it. How?

Change it how? You can change the text through language strings or in some cases directly through CBSubs > Settings > Display. As for skinning you can restyle it using standard CSS.

Second, I'm having a helluva time trying to get people logged in after they complete their registration—it seems to be a glaringly obvious feature that is lacking (among others). My question though, is if it's possible to use the CBSubs URL Integration plugin, to overcome the limitation. Specifically, can I log in the user, and redirect them to their edit profile page? It's extremely important.

Login the user directly after registration and send to profile page? Yes with a new CB plugin. As far as I am aware nothing like this exists as of yet, but it's very very doable utilizing the after registration trigger as at that point the password is plain text (not really needed anyway given API supports login without password). You can review FBC or Twitter plugins on how they perform the login. You could then review the below tutorial (with working example!) on how to utilize a trigger plugin.

www.allmysocials.com/directory/tutorials/item/228-event-triggers


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8 years 2 months ago #172957 by jvande
One thing I did to help others login after registration, was to automatically redirect them to my login page. I went a pretty simple route by just changing the _UE_REG_COMPLETE language value to add "<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="5; URL=http://www.yoursite.com">" with the message. This may not be exactly the right way to perform a redirect considering it should go in the head of the document but it certainly worked for me and get's the login put right in front of my users after they register. If you want to get fancier you could implement a script that runs on first login to automatically take them to the edit profile form, this is easily done with cb_subs too as there are functions setup to do this on a per plan basis.
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8 years 2 months ago #172959 by byrannewell
I'm going to try this right now.
8 years 1 month ago #174034 by byrannewell
Couldn't get this to work, btw. Maybe because I wanted to make the users go to a non-secured version of the site?
8 years 1 month ago - 8 years 1 month ago #174035 by jvande
If you are going from https make sure you acknowledge that in the url path you are redirecting too.
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="5; URL=http://www.yoursite.com">

Note not to have quotes around the META tag, use the code as it shows above.

Simply add HTTP:// or HTTPS:// in front of the redirect URL, whichever one suits.
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