exillumcom
asked 9 years ago

When users ask questions on my site, how can they log in later…when they do not set a password when they register…? If they somehow log out the first time…can they ever get in a gain…?

1 Answers
BigHug
answered 9 years ago

Hi exillumcom,
About registration form when users register to ask a question, a random password will be sent to user’s email.
This is just a normal registration process where users can follow the link in email, login and change the password later on.

bphippen
replied 9 years ago

It actually doesn’t seem to work, I just registered for your site to ask a question, I didn’t put in a password and this is what was sent to me: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/2360100/password.png

Is there any way to allow a password field to show up so users can just add the password when they register?

BigHug
replied 9 years ago

Hi bphippen,
In case of Designwall, we use a custom email template for both site registration and Q&A registration, that’s why you did not see your password.
We will fix this issue soon on DesignWall.
However, as for Q&A only, if you use another theme, we use default email of WordPress. And the email users receive would loook like this http://prntscr.com/2pymfj with username and password

bphippen
replied 9 years ago

Oh ok great thanks!

Lisa Judkins
replied 9 years ago

Is there a solution to this? I am using the DW focus theme. when my users post there questions they are not able to create a password nor post again because they do not have a password sent to their email?

Please help me find a solution to this issue.

Thanks

Lisa M.

Lisa Judkins
replied 9 years ago

or is it a way to turn off requiring a log-in to ask questions?

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