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Download-Button not available

The text states "Click the download button. Extract the registration module to your gallery3/modules directory." but no download button can be seen and the git-page lists Downloads(0), too.


Guests cannot access the 'register' button in some case

If you set all guest permissions to 'none', then guest cannot see the site content. Therefore, he cannot access to 'register' button. I think that that button should be added to the page require logging-in: http://grab.by/19lb

--Mamouneyya 16:05, 12 December 2009 (UTC)

Question....

Thanks for developing this module - this is the one I have been waiting for - i check every few days....  ;)

But, I installed the register module (24 hours ago) and when I follow the directions to activate the module and then navigate to the settings, I get a blank page. I enabled error reporting and I get one line that shows when I try to go to "settings -> User Registration": (i am changing some of the base directories for anonymity) Fatal error: Class 'identity' not found in /home/content/.../gallery3/modules/register/controllers/admin_register.php on line 104

I also noticed in the there are three new variables under "Settings -> Advanced" Two of those are set to default - should I change them?

Thanks!

PS When this is figured out, I am more than happy to write up a brief 'how-to" for use in this wiki.

Email admin on registration?

Anybody managed to get an email also sent to admin once an account has been registered. I had a look and found the code that sends the email, but I couldn't find the function send_confirmation. Any ideas? --Sunwise 09:22, 26 July 2010 (UTC)

In answer to my own question, I added the following code to line 47 in the register.php file located in the folder controllers.

    $adminmessage = "You have a new user on your gallery.";
         $adminheaders  = "From: Gallery <noreply@mysite.co.uk>";
         mail('me@myemail.co.uk', 'Your gallery has a new user', $adminmessage, $adminheaders);

Tested and it works for me, I have it set to no admin intervention and the user must confirm their email. --Sunwise 17:12, 27 July 2010 (UTC)


very nice... but....

I noticed a problem (at least for me) i want to create a page where people can register and then can upload their pictures. so i installed the registar and user-album module. so far so good. that works and people can register and get their own albumfolder. they can do everything in that album. but they can also upload pictures in albums from other users. Am I doing something wrong or is there something wrong in the rights people get ?

also i think it's better when they can't change the rights for that folder.

Im a disaster with php so i'm not able to check or change anything myself.

also my English sucks. Sorry.

Registration page is only shown after login...

I have set the rights on my gallery that unregistered users cannot see anything - just the login screen.

Here also the register link appears.

The issue is, that this register link only leads to a new LOGIN popup - not the one for registering... That only appears AFTER YOU LOG IN AS A VALID USER...

Any idea what I am doing wrong?

--Alexfederlin 21:43, 21 November 2010 (UTC)

Unwanted registration removing

This module have a serious problem with registrations. You cant remove registration without activating it first. Well if you got spam registration and you activated it first and then delete it. Now spammer got register confirmation and your email address. This is not safe way to do it.

There`s a ugly way to remove them by editing database.

So what this module needs is a check box to remove unwanted registrations.

And sometimes activated users just stays in activation list without activate check box. I removed them with "ugly way"

--Valokammi 08:44, 17 May 2011 (PDT)


It appears there are a couple of issues with this module.

1) Activating the "Only Administrator can register users" option *STILL* puts a "Register" link on the Gallery pages, and still lets people register, which is contrary to design (i.e. design specification states in this mode of operation, this Registration function is effectively disabled - this is not the case

2) Confirming Alexfederlin's issue with regards to removing unwanted users. One must be able to delete users immediately without first activating them - captcha or not.

Also - the display on the page of previously activated users is terrible - that really needs to be fixed - and not with an "ugly way"

--Kierannreynolds 16:11, 12 Oct 2011 (UTC)

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