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Started by Kindred, November 22, 2004, 05:08:54 PM
QuoteThe reg page appears to be completely within SMF. It uses the SMF theme, withour wrapping the Mambo stuff around it. and when you've completed the registration, it drops you into the SMF menu, outside of mambo.
QuoteWhen I register as a user on my site, it takes me to (what appears to be) the mambo internal registration page. Definitely within the mambo wrappings and when completed, it dumps to a mambo page that reminds me that I need to check my email for an activation letter.
QuoteRecommended:In your SMF Theme, you'll probably want to change in index.english.php:$txt['welcome_guest'] = 'Welcome, <b>' . $txt . '</b>. Please <a href="' . $scripturl . '?action=login">login</a> or <a href="' . $scripturl . '?action=register">register</a>.';to:$txt['welcome_guest'] = 'Welcome, <b>' . $txt . '</b>. Please login or <a href="http://www.your-mambo-installation.com/directory/index.php?option=com_smf_registration&task=register">register</a>.';You may also want to search through your index.template.php, and make the following changes:change:action=login2to:action=mambo_loginchange:action=logoutto:action=mambo_logout
QuoteAnd while I'm on the topic... You mentioned someone had integrated the SMF bridge into the Community Builder components... are you going to work within that framework as well?