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Question about registration and the admin bar

  • Frosty8o



    I just want to ask if it´s possible to show the admin bar outside of the BB/WP installation on a PHP/HTML site which is hosted on the same server. It would be a great thing to connect those pages. I have tryed this (with changed links of course) ->
    Now the bar seems to load on the PHP site but don´t show (maybe because of css?) or is this impossible?

    The next question: Is it possible to deactivate Email verification when a user registers? It makes it easier for the user because there is no message in the registration which tells the user to activate his account via email. Also the verification email is marked as spam most of the time.

    Hope you can help me!

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  • As that guide is written b y Boone I guess it must be possible, if it hasn’t worked for you you need to review carefully what you have done and that you have followed all steps explicitly, and yes it might be a case that you need the css in which case test that theory by dropping the adminbar css file into your header for the top level site.

    There is a means of deactivating the activation and there will be threads on the forum and – I think – a plugin so have a hunt around.

    Don’t do this just to circumvent an issue you are having though; to want to remove activation because as you say “the verification email is being marked as spam most of the time” should be telling you that there is something wrong, email servers only apply filters based on sets of rules, you do have to ensure that when email servers look at incoming mail that they can verify it’s origin in other words perhaps you need associated dns mx records for your domain?

    Email isn’t necessarily something that just works or something that WP magically deals with, all WP does is simply use a faux email relay such as sendmail it doesn’t know or care whether your emails report themselves correctly.

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