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[SOLVED] Registration redirect and reg info massage

03-29-2008, 08:40 PM
# 1 (permalink)
anthonyh
Hi, when I click on the home page on Create Account I get transferred to the registration page. When I fill in all fields and click on and register myself, when I finish with the registration page and click on the register button I do not get redirected to another page. The same page keeps on my screen. But the registration takes place as weh I look in the admin section I find myself registered.

Where can I change this setting that after clicking on register the user gets redirected to for instance the start page?
Thanks.
03-29-2008, 08:43 PM
# 2 (permalink)
sariel
Are you using a sef component?
03-29-2008, 10:22 PM
# 3 (permalink)
anthonyh
Thanks for your reply.
Ive been playing with Joomla for 3 days now and bought the template 2 days ago. So I think the definition of Newbie is very well used on me. I dont know what sef means or is.
03-29-2008, 10:41 PM
# 4 (permalink)
sariel
Thats ok, sef is a term given to urls that go from looking like this:

http://blah.com/index.php?option=com...&id=5&Itemid=6

to something more humanely readable like this:

http://blah.com/blog/my-artile-title.html
---

Reading back your initial post, I think I may have misread it. Im afraid its not possible to redirect registrations to another page using Joomlas default login module. This maybe possible through a third party login module or community builder
03-29-2008, 11:27 PM
# 5 (permalink)
CProject60
Im not quite sure what you mean. Usually it says thanks for registration and sends and email to the registrar account. Were they click on a link to finish the registration process. But if you look in the login form module: Extentions - Module Manager - Login Form. You can change the Login Redirection Page. Its normal for most registration pages to stay on the same page. Because a confirmation through email is needed before a registrar is actually registered.



This Module displays a username and password Login form. It also displays a link to retrieve a forgotten password. If User registration is enabled, (refer to the Global Configuration settings), then another link will be shown to invite Users to self-register.
03-30-2008, 10:36 AM
# 6 (permalink)
anthonyh
Ok. thanks. Thats where things stop working. At the registration page, after filling in your new info and you click on the register button, nothing happens. You stay on the same registration page. No email is sent, no thank you page is displayed. You just stay on the same page.
But when I go to the admin section I see the user is registered.

Hope this helps a little more.
Thanks
04-02-2008, 06:15 AM
# 7 (permalink)
aboudia
i am a member and i am not able to download anything from this site. all i get is index.php error. since your are the master how can you correct this mistake. i sent
the contact team an e-mail but havent received a response. Hope i am in the right forum
04-02-2008, 09:46 AM
# 8 (permalink)
anthonyh
Hi Neo, I sent you a couple of days ago the requested email via the contact form, but no answer. Did you receive it?
04-02-2008, 10:50 AM
# 10 (permalink)
neo
aboudia , this is someone else thread , in the future please open your own . I am looking at your account now. also please logout close all browsers and get back again and login.you might have the free account session still on
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