11-27-2015 04:24 AM
If my guest self-registration page is guest/registration.php and it has login page guest/registration_login.php, how can I edit the fields on this login page?
When editing the registration service I can edit the fields of the registration page and receipt page but I can't find a way to edit the login page fields...
11-27-2015 04:35 AM - edited 11-27-2015 04:39 AM
Just change the display of how the default fields look ?
There's an option to edit the labels :
Override the default labels and error messages
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11-27-2015 05:03 AM
My plan was to get mac_auth_pair field added to the login page just to test could I get the used device mapped to the username. When the mac_auth_pair is enabled in the registration page the device is mapped to user. But if the user would use another device with this user name it's not mapped as default.
11-27-2015 05:10 AM
User ID 38,942,
You should create your own login page under Configuration> Pages> Weblogins. Why do I say this? Because the "Login page" that is under the Guest Registration allows you to edit a few things, but not the forms on the page. You would edit the contents on the login page in the Guest Registration Page by click on "Advanced Editor" and Going down to the heading that starts with "Login Page". You can edit this page by overriding things, but it does not seem to allow you to edit the forms from here. It is easier to create a new web login page using Configuration> Pages> Weblogins and then link to that page for login because that page's forms can be fully edited without necessarily having to construct HTML.
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11-27-2015 05:19 AM
This what I was thinking as well - there's no way to edit the fields.
What would be the proper way to make a link from registration page to this standalone login page ("I have already an account")? Normal link wouldn't work because it would be redirected.
12-26-2015 04:18 AM - edited 12-26-2015 04:18 AM
as long a the other page is also on the same server, which you have allowed in your logon ACL, then it won't be redirected.