Pay per View and Registering for day pass and monthly pass

Hi:

I noticed when a user is asked to pay with a day pass or monthly, that is does show social logins which is good. But, if they do not want to do that with the social login, then click register with wordpress.

Two Important questions:

1. How can I remove "Wordpress" in the button or choose one of my own buttons?

2. I see that there is no option to click to Register. Can you or does it already have a option to allow for registering on the spot? It only has a place to put in a current username and password only and not a option register if they don't already have one. Can you add this or how can I?

Otherwise, I have to explain to them what to do in another part of the page or post (i.e. In order for you to pay for a all access day pass, you have to Register by clicking here or the top of the menu bar (unless you already have a username and password) and be sure you are logged in first. Then you may go ahead and pay for a all access day pass or monthly pass etc etc etc).

Thanks folks!!!

:slight_smile:

Greg

  • PC
    • WPMU DEV Initiate

    Hello Greg,

    Greetings and thanks for posting on the forums.

    1. How can I remove "Wordpress" in the button or choose one of my own buttons?

    If you want to remove WordPress, you can add the below code in CSS

    a.payperview-login_link-wordpress {display : none !important}

    For adding custom CSS, you can use a plugin like : http://wordpress.org/plugins/imporved-simpler-css/

    I am not sure on what you mean by using your own button, can you please elaborate ?

    2. I see that there is no option to click to Register. Can you or does it already have a option to allow for registering on the spot? It only has a place to put in a current username and password only and not a option register if they don't already have one. Can you add this or how can I?

    This is a good point. Let me take this up to our lead developer Arnold and get his views on the same as if a user does not have a account on your site, there is no way he can register for an account unless you provide him manual instructions on how to do that.

    He should be here sooner than later.

    Cheers
    PC
    Sales &Support

  • Arnold
    • El Macho WP

    If you are using a child theme oyu can put it in the style.css file of the child.
    you could put it in the plugins front.css but everytime it updates it would get overwritten. Some themes have areas for custom css.

    I'll take a look at adding a registration link there. CAn't say when I'll get a chance to do it though.

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