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supertrooper November 27th, 2013 04:05 AM

Questions about User Registrations
 
Before purchasing PhotoPost I'd just like to check the following issues:

1) User Registration - in the user registration form is there the option to upload an avatar?

2) Integration with Wordpress - can the user registration be integrated with wordpress, WP Members and/or newsletter plugins? e.g. WYSIJA

Please advise

Chuck S November 27th, 2013 08:48 AM

1. User can upload an avatar with standalone registration yes.

2. Yes we do integrate with the wordpress login/registration

On install you would need to pick which way to install standalone or external install with one of the 25 different products we support.

supertrooper November 28th, 2013 06:24 AM

Questions about user registrations
 
Does that mean that existing subscribers to our wordpress blog will be able to login to Photopost using their existing username and password?

Please confirm.

Chuck S November 28th, 2013 09:01 AM

Yes that is exactly what that means your wordpress users can login to the gallery.

supertrooper November 28th, 2013 04:24 PM

Check, thanks for your advice so far. Now I have purchased PhotoPost and am busy with the installation. I have got to the last stage and go the message:

The final installation step will help you begin configuring PhotoPost for your server. Now you must choose whether you intend to use PhotoPost's Internal registration system, or a third party's, to register yourself and your users to grant access to upload photos and post comments. The two options are:

a) PhotoPost Internal User Registration
b) External User Registration

If I want existing blog users to be able to login with their existing usernames and passwords, should I proceed with a) or b)?

Please advise.

Chuck S November 28th, 2013 09:55 PM

You would do b and select wordpress. You would fill in the proper information asked there and likewise on the config portion you should have placed the proper wordpress database where it asks for the user database info,


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