3rd Party (Free)
EE Version Support
- ExpressionEngine 2
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Verifies new registrations and places users into predefined member groups based on customizable invitation/registration codes.
Fight Registration Spam with Registration Codes!
Using the Registration Codes extension, you can create codes to place users to register directly into a pre-determined member group.
Optionally, you can require a valid code for new member registration. (i.e. You can restrict new sign-ups on your site to be allowed only with a valid invitation code.)
Use any registration form field!
The extension looks for the form field name that you specify. This allows codes to be provided in many clever ways:
- Add a text input field to your registration form theme for users provide an invitation code.
- Add a drop-down box or radio button control to allow users to self-select their own member group from a pre-defined list.
- You can even set the extension to look for the value of a custom member field, or for a specific username or email address, etc. The possibilities are endless!
Plays nice with Solspace User module
Registration Codes works with sign-ups from EE’s default Member module and Solspace’s User module.
Support / Roadmap
Registration Codes is free software, available under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike License. We’ve used it on several projects of our own and have released it to the community in the hopes that it’ll save you a bit of time in your own work. If you find/fix a bug, please submit a pull request at GitHub or shoot us an email so others can benefit as well! We don’t have plans to update this Registration Codes for EE3 immediately, but we may do so on request — If you have a project that needs this functionality, get in touch!
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This entry was created August 5, 2010, 11:30 am.
This entry was last updated September 3, 2016, 3:29 pm.
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