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Bridge Registration Problems

Started by Brat, January 06, 2005, 03:59:46 PM

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Brat

Hello. I'm testing the integrated registration, but I can't get it to work.

The problem is that, when I click the "Register" button, nothing happens.

Curious, repeated the effort on one of my machines using IE, and I get an error message that "object does not exist".  I'm now upgrading to SMF final (currently running RC2). Also, I'm using the latest versions of the bridge and of Mambo.

Any suggestions?  :(

Kindred

did you change the string in english.template.php?
Did you enter your actual domain and directory in that string?
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jorgen

Din you install com_smf_registration,  com_smf and mod_smf_login? All 3 of them?

Brat

I double checked, and all associated modules and components are installed. I'm now double-checking my theme files for the link...

Brat

Are you sure the file is called english.template.php? I found other "english" files, but not that one.

chadness

index.english.php is probably what he means.  It's in the language directory of the default SMF theme.  There were instructions in the readme files to change a line in there.  Basically, any registration links should be pointing towards:

http://www.yoursite.com/directory/index.php?option=com_smf_registration&task=register

change the www.yoursite.com/ to your Mambo site's address.

Brat

Sorry to be dense...

But does "directory" in your above example refer to Mambo or SMF?

Also, I was reading another post about checking registration and login URLs in the SMF themes. Which theme files specifically should I check for? I have a strong suspicion that my problem is that I've not found all the culprits lurking in those files.  ;)

Thanks again!  :D

Kindred

sheesh, I did it twice, too!

yes, index.english.php is the file
it's in the language directory of the default SMF theme.
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Brat

Okay, in auditing my theme files, I found more than one instance where I hadn't changed the registration URL to point properly.

I'm going to edit these files, reupload, and see if this now works as it should. I'll let you know what happens.

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