Enhance your Registration Page. Require First Name, Last Name. Add custom fields. Require custom fields.
|Author:||Ezio Lanza - Juzaam (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||2.0|
|WordPress version tested:||2.7.1|
|Added to WordPress repository:||19-01-2009|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||8 636|
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DRegister (which stands for Dr. Register) is a clean and easy plugin that allows you to :
- Force your user to provide First and Last name upon registration
- Create custom fields and specify if they have to be, alphanumeric, numeric only or multi-choice (radio) , plus if they are required to complete registration.
- Clean use, no MySQL tables are created. User data is stored as WP User Meta and you can keep track of meta keys for further use.
- Custom fields are available for editing on each user profile page.
- Uses Mootools for smooth AJAX administration.
- Working fine on WP 2.7.1.
Languages included: English, Italian, Hungarian,Spanish
Want to translate this plugin? Contact me at webmaster [at] juzaam.com
- Hungarian: János Csárdi-Braunstein http://blogocska.org/
- Spanish: Alejandro Urrutia http:/www.theindependentproject.com
v1.3 – 14 Feb, 2009
*New feature: multi-choice field are now allowed *Enhancement: faster AJAX administration
v1.2.5 – 1 Feb, 2009
*Compatibility: fixed PHP 4 compatibility issue on installation
v1.2.3 – 1 Feb, 2009
*Enhancement: meta_key doesn't get updated when changing name of a existing field
v1.2.2 – 24 Jan, 2009
*Bug fixes on AJAX permissions
v1.2.1 – 24 Jan, 2009
*Bug fixes on error "You don't have administrator rights to modify registration options"
v1.2 – 24 Jan, 2009
*Various bug fixes *New feature: it's now possible to know meta_keys of newly created custom fields. (useful for developers)
v1.1 – 23 Jan, 2009
*Fixed administration bug where apparently everything went well but no changes were made
v1.0 – 18 Jan, 2009