Creation of an individual registration page as the example like sosblog.com

I've made ??a new installation under one domain (let us call it http://domain1.com) with WordPress 3.3.1 (German version) and the plugin multi-domains.

Everything runs perfectly up to this point.

I want to create for this domain (http://domain1.com) an custom blog registration page (like it is done as sosblog.com) where visitors can register their own blog (as a sub-domain). The Registration will be limited by time periode and payment (possibly with the plugin pay-to-blog).

I host on the same server, a small number of other domains

http://domain2.com
http://domain3.com and so on

that I can easily redirect to this installation.

The main domains should remain by me as the super admin reserved.

Can you describe how this can be done and I can create this custom registration page?

Klaus

  • Timothy Bowers

    Hey wpstarter.

    Can I just confirm.... These are to be two networks within a super network?

    Which is what Multi-domain is aimed at?

    Or are you looking to map multiple domains within one network? If so then you need our Domain Mapping plugin:

    https://premium.wpmudev.org/project/domain-mapping

    Gravity Forms has a cool addon for creating custom registration forms:

    http://www.gravityforms.com/add-ons/user-registration/

    With Gravity Forms you can also embed shortcodes into pages. You can also schedule the forms as well. Or you could use our plugin for schedules:

    https://premium.wpmudev.org/project/scheduled-content

    I've also heard good things about Formidable Pro:

    http://formidablepro.com/

    Take care.

  • wpstarter

    Hi Timothy,

    there are not two but more domains.

    And yes, all domains should be part of a super-network.

    I tested Gravity Forms, and it is a very good addon,
    when I look at the picture of the registration page of Sosblog.com at Gravity Forms I find no equivalent for the field to select the domain where the user can choose the subdomain. While there are areas with which a selection is possible, but not like in the example at sosblog.com.

    If I know what pages in WordPress provides for the registration, I would like to try a patch of the corresponding core files, but despite intensive research, I always end up back in Nirvana.

    The second picture I've seen at your addon provides, looks like a patch of the original registration page ..

    My registration page should look even professional than at Sosblog.com. I also want to setup the payment on the registration page for the temporary use of the User blogs.

    And there is another problem. When the specified use has expired, the membership will be terminated automatically if the user pays not the renewal of his account.

    Formidable pro I do not know. May this addon meet my requirements?

  • Timothy Bowers

    Hey again.

    there are not two but more domains.

    Of course, I just wanted to confirm we were talking about multiple networks and not just multiple sites as those are two very different things.

    Unfortunately getting those changes in the core for custom registration options it not so straight forwards. You would probably be better working on getting something like Gravity working with an addon.

    Formidable pro I do not know. May this addon meet my requirements?

    You would need to test it and research it to know for sure.

    And there is another problem. When the specified use has expired, the membership will be terminated automatically if the user pays not the renewal of his account.

    If its for content then our Membership plugin will handle that and has form option (not overly customisable at the moment):

    https://premium.wpmudev.org/project/membership

    For site signups, where a user gets their own site, themes, plugins, space, etc then our Pro Sites will handle that one:

    https://premium.wpmudev.org/project/pro-sites

    Take care.

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