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I jb1. I noticed you recently put out an update to your addon Register User Pro but could not find any notes about what changed.

In order to style this addon I had to modify the view.php file adding in some selectors to the html output, and made customizations to the controllers file to modify its use when going for the login with email address option in the C5 dash.

Any comments on what you updated?


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uswebdesigner replied on at Permalink Reply
Never mind. I have it updated.

And if you are open to a simple update for your next version for custom skinning your block, it would be helpful to have a few selectors added in to the different elements.

For me, I am only use this for registration purposes, and so adding in the following classes give me some flexibility:

line 479: after the span5 jbregister-core
line 551: after the span5 jbregister-options
line 633: after the span5 jbregister-button

Putting similar such styles in there would make it so much easier and would mean not having to override the file to do so.

Also, when I add a text field to an additional attribute, such as to capture a first name, the input field is given a class of span5, the same class as a surrounding div tag - which are both given a fixed width and margin - causing an inherent conflict.

Just wanting to help.
jb1 replied on at Permalink Reply

Thanks for those suggestions and having the time to write it into detail. We'll do that on the next version of our add-on.

Again, thanks.

ScapS replied on at Permalink Reply
Just bought this nice addon, but really missing the option to style it. Any idea when the next version will be out?
Or should I ask this question in the support section?
jb1 replied on at Permalink Reply

Currently there should be classes on each form for register,login,etc. Have you checked that? If it's missing something you want let me know so I can take a look and update that section.

ScapS replied on at Permalink Reply
Could you point me in the right direction? For example how can I put a solid background color under the form for login/register/forgot password?
jb1 replied on at Permalink Reply

Sure. The register,login,forgot password block are enclosed by jbregistermainform, jbregisterloginform,jbregisterrecoverform respectively. So if you want to put different background color for each form add this to your style.css or any of your css file.

.jbregistermainform { background: red }
.jbregisterloginform { background: green }
.jbregisterrecoverform { background: blue }

Hope that helps.


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