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Posted: August 3, 2012 at 10:36 am


dhastedt

August 3, 2012 at 10:36 am

Member settings from EventEspresso

I would like to have an explanation for this:
Login page (if different from default WordPress login page): (text field)
New user registration is currently closed. If you would like to set a custom user regsistration page, you must enable “Anyone can register” in your WordPress “General Settings” page.

We are using WP-memebers and therefor people can register for an event if they have created a site account with WP-Member.New user registration is possible.

After creating a site account and logged in, people can register for an event with event espresso.

If they are not logged in to the site and click on aevent to register, a text occurred:
‘You are currently not logged in, please login to…..
New user registration is currently closed.Please contact the site owner’
Thats non-sense.
It is not possible to enable ‘anyone can register’in the general setting with having WP-Members plugin active.
So how can I get rid of this strange line:’ New user registration is currently closed. Please contact the site owner’

Thanks
dh


Josh

  • Support Staff

August 3, 2012 at 3:04 pm

The event_espresso_user_login functions checks to see if the standard ‘users_can_register’ option is true. If another handles this different, this function can be modified. Look at lines 125-153 of member_functions.php of the current wp-user integration add-on.


dhastedt

August 6, 2012 at 2:41 am

Hi,
As we have not bought the WP-user integration add-on, I can’t find a member_functions.php
How can I modify this strange line:’New user registration is currently closed’. Please contact the site owner’ of the Member settings from EventEspresso?


dhastedt

August 6, 2012 at 2:54 am

Does the WP-User integration works with WP-Members plugin?

Because this plugin offers the oportunity to extend the WP-login questions by some more address information. So, if Evenetespresso could take the replies from WP-Members to the event registration.


dhastedt

August 6, 2012 at 4:49 am

I cannot find any explanation for the Member settings in the Event espresso documentation.

What will be the effect (to which fields) if I check: Make autofilled fields editable? Does it affect the pulldown lists in the questions???
What do I need to fill in the form field for ‘Login page (if different from default WordPress login page): ‘. The URL? And why do I have to enable “Anyone can register” in your WordPress “General Settings” page?


dhastedt

August 6, 2012 at 9:44 am

ok short question :

In which file can I find this phrase:’New user registration is currently closed. Please contact the site owner’. I want to modify the wording.

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Josh

  • Support Staff

August 6, 2012 at 11:51 am

It’s in two places: 1) the language file. If you open the english .po file in poedit, this text string can be ‘translated’. Be sure to upload both the .po and new .mo file back into /languages.

The only other place is in the 2) member-functions.php file of the WP-user integration add-on, line 151:

_e('Member registration is closed for this site. Please contact the site owner.', 'event_espresso');


dhastedt

August 7, 2012 at 4:21 am

‘You are currently not logged in. If you are a returning user please Login New user registration is currently closed. Please contact the site owner’

The Link to ‘please login’ does not work (404error). The target is actually our first registration page and then comes a redirect to – again – our event registration page and then to: regevent_action%3Dregister%26event_id%3D6%26name_of_event%3DICILS%25202013%2520Field%2520Operations%2520and%2520Scorer%2520Training%2520Meeting and it ends with a 404 error. It simply should lead to our registration page. . . . .

This phrase ‘Member registration is closed’ is still remaining. I used Ultraedit and changed the line 11548 in the event_espresso-en_US.po as well as in the event_espresso-uk_UA.po file and replaced the file in the language folder. Nothing happened. I could not edit the .mo files. So obvious this is not the best way to find a solution for this. .
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.Do you have any idea how to solve this properly? Text replacement in the language files did not work and the link to login does not work. I am pretty much annoyed how much time goes into this.

And as I already mentioned, we have not bought the WP-User Integration add-on.
Thank you
dh

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Josh

  • Support Staff

August 7, 2012 at 5:21 am

Do you have the Espresso Members add-on installed? This is what it will look like on the plugins page:
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Apologies for any confusion, it’s the same thing as the WP user integration. Looking at your account, you do have access to this add-on, and it is the add-on that will display this message if enabled.

For changing the text strings, PoEdit is the only editor I would recommend to edit language files. Normal text editors (like ulraedit) typically do not generate .mo files.

So in poEdit: open up the .po file and do a search for member registration and make the change as shown:

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After saving, upload the new .po and .mo files to the wp-content/event-espresso/languages folder on the server.

To change the link, make sure you have the Event Espresso-Members Addon installed (if it’s not already installed, it can be downloaded from your account page) and change the setting in the members settings screen:
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dhastedt

August 7, 2012 at 10:09 am

The login link works now. Thanks.

The line ‘Member registration is closed. Please contact the site owner’ disappeared.
I used poedit and I modified the appropriate line in the files
event_espresso-en_US.po and event_espresso-uk_UA.po.
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I also created .mo files accordingly while saving, uploaded it to the languages folder, confirmed the replacement and fine.
Thank you very much!!
dh

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