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

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join-my-multisite/tags/1.1
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  • join-my-multisite/tags/1.1/readme.txt

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    44Requires at least: 3.4 
    55Tested up to: 3.5 
    6 Stable tag: 1.0 
     6Stable tag: 1.1 
    77Donate link: https://www.wepay.com/donations/halfelf-wp 
    88 
     
    1818* Have a 'Join This Site' button in a widget 
    1919* Keep things exactly as they are 
     20* Create a per site registration page 
    2021 
    2122It's really that simple!  
     
    2324If 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. 
    2425 
    25 In 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. 
     26When 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. 
    2627 
    27 * [Plugin Site](http://halfelf.org/plugins/sitewide-comment-control/) 
     28* [Plugin Site](http://halfelf.org/plugins/join-my-multisite/) 
    2829* [Donate](https://www.wepay.com/donations/halfelf-wp) 
    2930 
     
    3435 
    3536* Added in a per-site registration page option. 
     37* Corrected bug where non-network admins couldn't make changes 
    3638 
    3739=  1.0 = 
     
    6264The <code>[join-my-multisite]</code> shortcode will display a notice that registration is unavailable. 
    6365 
     66= How do I use the per-site registration page? = 
     67 
     68<em>None of this will work if the Network Admin has not enabled registrations.</em> 
     69 
     70First make a page for your registration. You can name it anything you want, however you can only use top-level pages (so domain.com/pagename/ and not domain.com/parentpage/childpage/). On that page, enter the shortcode <code>[join-my-multisite]</code> around any other content you want. 
     71 
     72Next, go to Users > Join My Multisite and check the box to allow for Per Site Registration. Once that option is saved, a new dropdown will appear that will let you select a top-level page on your site. Select which page, and you are good to go. 
     73 
     74= If I use the per-site registration, do I have to use the widget? = 
     75 
     76Nope! In fact, you can even select 'none' (i.e. leave things as they are) and <em>still</em> use the per-site shortcode, because magic. 
     77 
     78= What if the network allows registration and I don't make a site page? = 
     79 
     80Then non-logged-in users will be redirected to the network registration page, and they may not be automatically added to your site (I'm working on that). I strongly suggest you create a page. 
     81 
    6482= How do I style the button? = 
    6583 
    66 By 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. 
     84By 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 play with the button. 
    6785 
    6886= How do I style the per-site registration page? = 
    6987 
    70 In 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. 
     88In 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` of you want to override it in your theme. 
    7189 
    72 = Can users sign up for a blog as well as an account? = 
     90= Can users sign up for a blog and an account when using the shortcode? = 
    7391 
    74 No.  
    75  
    76 That'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. 
     92No. That'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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