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DaVuLf

PHPBB Registration Modification

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Hey guys,

I was wondering where within the PHPBB structure are the files that I need to modify in order to add more things to the signup.

Thanks for the help!

(I will be back to figure out what to do if I can't manage it ;)).

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I would start by looking in the file

includes/usercp_register.php

you will probably have to modify the db as well to have a place to store/retrieve your additional info

I don't know but perhaps there is already a mod for this on the phpbb site

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Thanks for the reply. I've already looked through that file, but as all others, I would assume that there would be a .tpl frontend to modify the form options.

Then I suppose I would need to go through the usercp_register and enter those new form options as variables, then find the insert, modify my table, and then run the queries.

Anyone familiar with this sort of thing?

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I messed with all that once a while back. I know alot of the register information is in a language file (that is, the text to the registration and such). I'm not even sure what TPL file it uses to be honest. Go to register.php or whatever it uses to register (I haven't used phpBB in so long) and find the tpl file in there. It should have an include for it SOMEWHERE in there. lol.

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Jocka, thanks for the reply.

I went through profile.php, where you set mode = register for registration, which then calls usercp_register.

Unfortunately, I still haven't found what I was looking for.

Any other suggestions?

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More or less. Now I'm not so much trying to add those fields, as to set one only visible by the admins and not by anyone else. I also wanted to know how to designate someone as a 'dono'r if they have paid or not.

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