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has bp-core-signup.php moved in 1.5?

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  • It got moved/merged into other files. You shouldn’t be needing to include it directly. The registration theme template is in /[theme]/registration/register.php, which might be what you’re after?

    Hey thanks @DJPaul , I am editing register.php already.

    But I want my own register process with multiple steps. I have already looked at bp_get_current_signup_step() and $bp->signup->step to change the steps, but I wanted to make it into a four step process. First users put in their full name username, email and password. Then they put in profile details and then the next step is to recommend followers/friends for the new user to connect with. Then upload avatar. I wanted to use as much Budypress built in code for this as possible like verify username and email address and if need be present errors so I was looking for the bp-core-signup.php file as to edit to allow this to happen. Would you recommend a better way about doing this then?



    Also check out /plugins/buddypress/bp-members/bp-members-signup.php.

    That’s where most of the refactored code is.

    Hey @r-a-y , Thanks! I’ll look into that. Very helpful info!

    I had a quick question…
    I am on the newest upgrade of buddypress and like I mentioned above, I am trying to customize the registration page to have more like a 123 step process. In that I am trying to bring back the avatar upload on the third step. I got some code to get the user to select an avatar and then crop it correctly ( im using the code from the profile avatar page) . But I can not seem to bind the newly uploaded avatar to the user. Once I log in with the newly registered user he does not have the new avatar. Do I need to log the user in or something in order for this to work properly? But if I log him in it redirects me away from the register page, which makes sense but not what I want.

    Thanks again.


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