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  • How do I create a "user agreement"?

    How do I create and make new registrars have to "sign" a user agreement as part of the registration process? Does this happen automatically?

    Thank you.

  • #2
    There is an [agree] checkbox with forum rules they agree to prior to completing registration.

    You can change this phrase (that text) via the phrase editor.

    Admin Control Panel > Languages & Phrases > Search in Phrases

    Search for the text you wish to replace, and then edit it in the english text area.

    Once changed new members will see the updated forum rules, and have to agree to this agreement.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Floris View Post
      There is an [agree] checkbox with forum rules they agree to prior to completing registration.

      You can change this phrase (that text) via the phrase editor.

      Admin Control Panel > Languages & Phrases > Search in Phrases

      Search for the text you wish to replace, and then edit it in the english text area.

      Once changed new members will see the updated forum rules, and have to agree to this agreement.
      Thank you very much!!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Floris View Post
        There is an [agree] checkbox with forum rules they agree to prior to completing registration.

        You can change this phrase (that text) via the phrase editor.

        Admin Control Panel > Languages & Phrases > Search in Phrases

        Search for the text you wish to replace, and then edit it in the english text area.

        Once changed new members will see the updated forum rules, and have to agree to this agreement.
        hmmm... confused how to use phrase manager. How do I find this text?
        Last edited by TwoGeez; Sat 24th Mar '07, 1:47pm. Reason: clarification

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        • #5
          Search by text "forum rules" in all phrase types.
          You need to edit forum_rules_description

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          • #6
            Originally posted by zCarot [RU] View Post
            Search by text "forum rules" in all phrase types.
            You need to edit forum_rules_description
            Thank you, that did it.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Floris View Post
              There is an [agree] checkbox with forum rules they agree to prior to completing registration.

              You can change this phrase (that text) via the phrase editor.

              Admin Control Panel > Languages & Phrases > Search in Phrases

              Search for the text you wish to replace, and then edit it in the english text area.

              Once changed new members will see the updated forum rules, and have to agree to this agreement.
              Hi Guru's

              In the above is the register page which I can edit.

              Q: What is the right procedure (text) for putting in a link eg: TERMS AND CONDITTIONS into that text, that opens in a new window.

              What I'm trying to do here is when you register it also says that you agree by the TERMS AND CONDITIONS (that bit will be the link) so new users can click on that bit and read all the t & C.

              Thanks

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              • #8
                You can add <strong>TERMS AND CONDITIONS</strong> to bold the selected url link to make it more noticeable.

                Code:
                <a href="http://www.yoursite.com/tos">TERMS AND CONDITIONS</a>

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Josť M. Amaral Rego View Post
                  You can add <strong>TERMS AND CONDITIONS</strong> to bold the selected url link to make it more noticeable.

                  Code:
                  <a href="http://www.yoursite.com/tos">TERMS AND CONDITIONS</a>
                  Cool, many thanks for that!

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