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07-27-2013, 06:12 AM
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In another thread someone asked to remove the registration part of YJ Popup Login module

The answer was:
Please go to modules/mod_yj_pop_login/tmpl/default.php/ and comment the call for the registration button, line #54 #55 #56:

<?php $usersConfig = &JComponentHelper::getParams( 'com_users' ); if ($usersConfig->get('allowUserRegistration')) : ?>
<a href="javascript:;" onclick="this.blur();showThem('reg_pop');return false;" id="openReg">Register</a>
<?php endif; ?>

But I'm not understanding your phrase: comment the call for the registration button?
What to do?

Note that I have little php knowledge, but know how to change the files if I'm told how to do!

In the Default Joomla Login Module I see also the same kind of line as above mentioend:

<?php $usersConfig = JComponentHelper::getParams('com_users');if ($usersConfig->get('allowUserRegistration')) : ?>
and there the Module responds to the Global Joomla Configuration when you turn off registration for public.
Why doesn't the YJ Popup Login module respond to that?

In th first thread I didn't get an answer, but I hope now somebody will!!??

Best regards,


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