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10/17/12 20:45:41 (5 years ago)
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Ipstenu
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Checking in 1.1

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    1 join-my-multisite 
    2 ================= 
     1# Join My Multisite # 
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    4 Join My Multisite 
     3Welcome to the GitHub development site for Join My Multisite. 
     4 
     5The version here is actually 1.1 right now, and it has a new addition: 
     6 
     7* Per Site Registration 
     8 
     9What? You thought it did that? It did, but now if you have network registration turned on, each site can chose to use 'Per Site Registration,' which will allow them to create a page on their site just for registrations and signups. To display the signup code, just put <code>[join-my-multisite]</code> on the page. 
     10 
     11Please test and let me know how it works! 
     12 
     13## README ## 
     14**Contributors:** Ipstenu   
     15**Tags:** multisite, wpmu, registration, users   
     16**Requires at least:** 3.4   
     17**Tested up to:** 3.5   
     18**Stable tag:** 1.0 
     19**Donate link:** https://www.wepay.com/donations/halfelf-wp   
     20 
     21Allow site admins to automatically add existing users to their site, or let users decide at the click a button. 
     22 
     23## Description ## 
     24 
     25When you want to add a user to every site on your network, you've got some pretty cool plugins for that as a network admin. But sometimes you want to let your site-managers have that control, and sometimes you want to make it optional. 
     26 
     27By activating this plugin, you give your Site Admins the following options: 
     28 
     29* Auto-add users 
     30* Have a 'Join This Site' button in a widget 
     31* Keep things exactly as they are 
     32 
     33It's really that simple!  
     34 
     35If they decide to auto-add, then any time a logged in user visits a site, they will be magically added to that site. If they decide to use a 'Join This Site' button, then they can customize the button message text for users who are logged in but not members, not logged in, or already members. Don't worry, if you have registation turned off, they won't see the 'register' button. 
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     37In addition, if you have registration turned on, each site can chose to use 'Per Site Registration,' which will allow them to create a page on their site just for registrations and signups. To display the signup code, just put <code>[join-my-multisite]</code> on the page. 
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     39* [Plugin Site](http://halfelf.org/plugins/join-my-multisite/) 
     40* [Donate](https://www.wepay.com/donations/halfelf-wp) 
     41 
     42##Changelog## 
     43 
     44### 1.1 ### 
     4512 October, 2012 by Ipstenu 
     46 
     47* Added in a per-site registration page option. 
     48* Corrected bug where non-network admins couldn't make changes 
     49 
     50###  1.0 ### 
     5107 October, 2012 by Ipstenu 
     52 
     53* First completed version. 
     54 
     55## Installation ## 
     56 
     57This plugin is only network activatable. Configuration is done per-site via a page in the 'Users' section. 
     58 
     59## Upgrade Notice ## 
     60 
     61None yet. 
     62 
     63## Frequently Asked Questions ## 
     64 
     65### What happens if the network doesn't allow registrations? ### 
     66 
     67If registration is turned off, the widget won't display anything for logged-out users. 
     68 
     69The <code>[join-my-multisite]</code> shortcode will display a notice that registration is unavailable. 
     70 
     71### How do I style the button? ### 
     72 
     73By default it will pick up whatever style your theme has, so if it styles buttons, you'll automatically match. If you want more, the css is `input#join-site.button` to just play with the button. 
     74 
     75### How do I style the per-site registration page? ### 
     76 
     77In your theme's CSS. This is basically the default WordPress signup page, just done in short-code form, so it will default to use your site's CSS anyway. The css falls under `.mu_register` so you can override it in your theme. 
     78 
     79### Can users sign up for a blog as well as an account? ### 
     80 
     81No.  
     82 
     83That's such a massive network thing, the tinfoil hat in me didn't want to do it. You could fiddle with the signup page code, if you wanted, but I don't plan to support it. 
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