The Form Settings are found in the plugin settings.
The Forms panel are split in two sections:
These are the settings for the login forms.
Header text – Login form headline. This field can include variables.
Message text – Login form’s message to visitor. This field can contain html codes and variables. Note there are limitations to what html elements can be used.
Show login form – Switch off this to hide username and password inputs, buttons and forgot password link. Only Header and Message text will show.
Enable registration in form – Switch of to hide Registration button and links.
Show registration button as link – Switch on to replace the Registration button with a registration link. The link will send you to the page given in the Page linking settings.
Show forgotten password link – Switch off to hide that link.
These are settings for the registration form. When pressing the Register button in the Login Form, this form will be loaded.
Header text – Registration form headline. This field can include variables.
Message text – Registration form’s message to visitor. This field can contain html codes and variables. Note there are limitations to what html elements can be used.
Ask for first name – Switch on first name field in the form.
First name is required – Make first name required field. User can not complete registration without filling it in.
Ask for last name – Switch on last name field in the form.
Last name is required – Make last name required field. User can not complete registration without filling it in.
Show terms and conditions – Switch on checkbox which user must tick of to accept the terms and conditions. A link to a page showing the terms and condition. The page link must be set in the Page linking settings.
The Check e-mail form will show after the user has pressed the Register button in the Registration form. The text message in this form will ask the user to check his e-mail and click the verification link.