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Use Theme's Login/Registration form for users

To give your website a Non-WordPress look, you can use readily available custom forms for login and registration within the theme. These forms can be used within the Login/Registration Button under the "Navigation Menu" as well as if "Login to View" is enabled.

But if you prefer to use the original WP Login page then you can choose to have a WordPress Login/Registration page instead of the theme's Login/Registration form

Here's how to set the theme Login/Registration form for users: -
Cashback > Sitewide Settings > Login Settings
  • Show Login/Register Button in Menu: Your users will be able to register on your wesbite via the Login/Registration Button in the menu
  • Login to view: You can choose to have a login Modal pop up on your website when a user is redirected to the store website
    • No: If you choose this, there will be no login Modal popping up whenever a user is redirected to the store website
    • Optional: If you choose this, a login Modal will pop up every time your user is redirected to the store website. However, he will get an option to "skip login". This option works only when Login/Registration Form Type is set to Theme
      • Display login popup: With this option, you can choose how many times the login Modal should pop up on your website when a user is redirected to the store website. (If you enter "-1", then the login Modal will pop up every time)
    • Compulsory: If you choose this, a login Modal will pop up every time your user is redirected to the store website. But, this time there will be no "skip login" option. He will have to log in compulsorily in order to proceed.
  • Login/Registration Form Type :
    • Theme: To set theme's Login/Registration form
    • WordPress: To set the Original WP login page
  • Require "Terms of Service": Admins can enable this option to have a checkbox on all registration forms in the theme for users to agree to T&Cs. This can be used for various compliances like GDPR, Privacy Policies, etc
  • "Terms of Service" Checkbox type :
    • Standard: The admin can select a T&Cs page.
    • Custom: Admin can write a custom HTML code to create a "Terms of Service" Label
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Last Updated 5 years ago