Tagged: HTTP permissions
October 18, 2014 at 8:33 am #246
I was using the free version of your plugin but the registration function was not working – the button was not clickable and nothing happened.
I paid for someone to look at my site and see what the problem is. It turned out that the register.css and register.js were being blocked and sending back 403 errors.
The person helping me, renamed these files both to creg and updated the main plugin.php file with the change of filename – it worked!!
Problem is, I have just purchased the pro version of your plugin… same problem, registration is not working.
I looked into the theme file to implement the changes as before however… the file structure is completely different.
Please can you help me resolve this – my site is due to launch so it is really urgent 🙁October 19, 2014 at 10:48 am #247
The issue your having, 403, is file permission issue where the file is restricted, which it shouldn’t be.
To fix this set the permissions to be readable for the files causing the 403 error.
The register file can be found at:
Thanks for your reply – I changed the permissions and this worked – thank you so much.
I have one other problem which I hope you might also be able to help me with (sorry!).
I have activated the “approve all registrations”, it allows people to register no probs. However, even though I approve them, nothing happens. When you try to log in and click the submit button, there’s nothing.
However, if you enter login details of an account created via the dashboard, you log in fine as normal.
Any ideas? The website address is here.
Thanks in advance 🙂October 20, 2014 at 10:36 am #253
From what I gather your using “manual approval” and approving members, yet they are not able to login? If so can you confirm they are receiving a confirmation email? If not, which admin page are you using for the option “approve all registrations”?
P.S., I moved this into the Pro forum for paid members.October 20, 2014 at 2:45 pm #259
Hello I can see this now (although apparently my pro access has expired).
I am receiving a confirmation email saying that the account has been approved.
I am using the settings within the plugin, not the main wordpress settings.October 20, 2014 at 3:06 pm #260
Ok… I think I might have found the problem… watch this space…October 20, 2014 at 3:12 pm #261
Apologies… it was completely MY fault!
I didn’t realise “approve registrations” was also ticked under my security plugin settings – didn’t click until you asked me.
Thanks so much for your help and patience… apologies againOctober 20, 2014 at 3:47 pm #262
No problem 🙂 thats what we’re here for.