Hey there! So, you have checked out all the plugins for registration and found RegistrationMagic to be the best WordPress Registration plugin? Well, that’s a great decision you have made. RegistrationMagic is currently the leading plugin to create custom WordPress registration page and manage end to end user registrations process. However, if you haven’t installed RegistrationMagic yet, you can do so, for free, from our WordPress page.
Now that you have installed RegistrationMagic plugin on your WordPress site, you wonder how to get up and running with the plugin. Fret not! To make this all easy for you, the RegistrationMagic team has come up this quick and easy to follow Starter Guide. With the help of this guide, you’ll begin working with RegistrationMagic like a pro in no time.
Saddled up your horses already? Let’s begin with…
Create WordPress Registration Form
How to add a registration form to WordPress registration page? First things first, we need to click on the RegistrationMagic menu item in the WordPress Dashboard menu to access RegistrationMagic plugin. Clicking on this menu item will take you to RegistrationMagic’s All Forms screen. As the name suggests, this screen displays all the forms you have created with RegistrationMagic in one place. Since this is the first time you are seeing this screen, it will only display the forms that come pre-installed with our WordPress registration plugin itself.
Next, click on the New Form link, just below the All Forms title to start creating a new registration form of your own. In the New Form popup screen, you’ll be presented with two set of options. On the left is the one click form creator in which you just need to set the name of the form and choose whether to allow user registrations for it or not. Then just click the Save and Close button.
On the right side of this popup is the Start Now! button. Clicking on this button will initiate the Form Wizard which will take you through a step by step process for creating the form. The Form Wizard will walk you through all the major form settings and allow you to edit them from a single place. Also from the Form Wizard, you can choose from one of the many form presets, known as Form Templates, that’ll add required fields to your form automatically. You can always edit the fields later on if needed. Please also remember that names of forms can be changed later too from the General Settings, in The Form Dashboard screen.
Once you have created your new form, it’ll now appear in the list of all forms, along with its shortcode. Copy and paste this shortcode to any WordPress registration page of your choice and the form will display on it automatically.
Next, it is time to…
Build the Form – Add Fields
Hovering your cursor over a form card on the All Forms screen reveals two links at the bottom of it. One is Dashboard and the other is Fields. It is the Fields link that is of interest to us right now, and we’ll click on it to visit the form’s Fields Manager screen.
The Fields Manager screen shows all the fields that your form currently has. Since this is a new form, you’ll already have an Email field in it. The Email field exists on each form by default and cannot be removed. The Username and Password fields will also be there if it is a registration form you have created. To add more fields to the form, you can click on the Add Field button.
Clicking on the Add Field button will open a popup from where you can select the type of field that you wish to add to your form.
Click on any field type from this list and it’ll open the screen to set the properties of that field. Edit its properties as you like and then click Add to Form. This will then add the field to the form. Please note that all fields when added to a form are added within a row. So you can customize a row to contain up to 4 fields in a horizontal setup. To edit a row, hover your cursor over a field and three options will show up on top of it. Click on the cog icon to open up row settings.
Edit the row settings as you like from the Row Properties popup and the click on the Save button. Other important links to check on the Field Manager screen are the Design and Preview links. The Design screen will allow you to customize the look and feel of the form fields. The Preview link will show you a preview of the form’s appearance on site front-end, without actually publishing the form.
Now that you have fleshed out your form by adding fields, it is time to…
Configure the Form
Configure section offers advance features to configure your registration form. Many features are exclusive to RegistrationMagic. You can also revisit these optional features later from The Form Dashboard.
Publish the WordPress Registration Page
To publish the form on site front-end and make it live for users to register, you’ll need to add the form shortcode to a WordPress registration page. Just go back to the All Forms screen first by clicking on the button at the top left of the Fields Manager screen. On the form card for the form you have created, you’ll see the WordPress shortcode of the form. This will look like:
Copy and paste this shortcode into a WordPress registration page (or post) and publish it. Or, you can choose a form from the dropdown next to the Add Media button, which will add the shortcode for it automatically. Next, you need to add this page to a menu from Appearance -> Menus option from the WordPress Dashboard. The form will now show up on the WordPress registration page the you just created.
So, you have now created a new registration form, added fields to it, and published it on WordPress registration page front-end. That’s great progress! Your site visitors can now register on it with the use of this new registration form.
Although the process of creating a form and then publishing it is now complete, we recommend that you go ahead and have a look at…
The Form Dashboard – Access Everything At One Place
Clicking on the Dashboard link from the bottom of the form card, will take you to the Form Dashboard screen. This is where you can configure the settings of your form, in addition to the Global Settings. There are many widgets available on this screen, so let’s explore them one at a time.
Registration Monitoring & Control Widgets
- Submissions over time: This is a chart showcasing stats of your form visits and actual form submissions. You can filter the results of this chart for specific time range using the Show data for dropdown option.
- Status: This widget on the side shows the shortcode of the form, it’s visibility to the users, and the form’s creation date. You can also delete the form from this widget.
- Content: Another one of the widgets on the side, this one shows the number of pages the form has, the number of fields, and the submit button’s label text. You can also duplicate the form from this widget.
- Stats: In this widget, you can see the stats, such as number of form visits, form submissions, form attachments (only in premium version), conversion rate, and average time. You can also reset the stats from this widget.
- Quick Toggles: To quickly toggle settings, such as auto WP registration and auto response, use this widget.
Registration Form & Data Workflow
- Build: From this widget, you can visit the Fields Manager and the Design
- Configure: Multiple configuration settings are available from this widget. We encourage you to visit each of these configuration settings on your own. Description of what each option does on these configuration settings is explained next to the options themselves.
- Integrate: From this widget, you can integrate your form with some of the most popular third-party services, such as MailChimp.
- Publish: Use the settings under this widget to publish your form on the site front-end.
- Manage: From this widget, you can access all form submission details in one place. As well as emails sent out to the users from RegistrationMagic.
- Analyze: This widget gives you the options to view analytics for your form. Includes options such as form analytics and field analytics (only in premium version).
- Automate: The settings under this widget allow you to create automated tasks for user accounts. Includes bulk emails too.
The Form Dashboard widgets are quickly accessible from the All Forms screen, from three dots (…) that are highlighted by hovering your cursor over a form card. (See ‘Build The Form’ section, First Image)
Before signing off, please note that RegistrationMagic is organized into the following workflows:
Form Workflow: 1. Build => 2. Configure => 3. Publish
Submission Data Workflow: 1. Manage => 2. Analyze => 3. Automate
All RegistrationMagic Shortcodes are available in the WordPress Registration Shortcodes list.
This concludes our quick Starter Guide on how to create your first WordPress registration page.
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I am getting ReferenceError: gotonext_form_2_1 is not defined[Learn More] on clicking submit button. I used sample registration form in add form section of page.
Please upgrade to latest version. We released JS related fixes to enhance working of submit button in last release. If you still have issues, open a support ticket with us 🙂
hi i wanna ask.. i use manual approval for user. but when user submit, submission is in inbox and i did not know where part i need to click for her/his approval because he/she cannot log in before approve. I did not see any part for approve his/her submission. How?
I basically want to create a page in which users have to register to be able to access a form. The form must also contain an option to save progress. So users can log back in and resume the form at a later date.
Is all this possible with your plugin?
Our support team will be happy to answer your questions. Please reach out to them through support menu tab on the page.
i need to create e registration form for a conference event , can i set in 1 form with a drop down for several products choice ? like early bird individual, group early bird, normal individual registration group normal registration and late registration options, and if i choose the offline payment can i redirect them to another place URL for payments ? and lastly after someone make the registration i will generate a id number or registration number ?
All of these should be possible. You can have multiple forms with expiry time, with one form taking over when the other one expires.
Can google adwords code be added to the registration magic form so as to get the hits from the ads to the page.
Hi Priya, our support team is available through our support portal. Please contact us here http://registrationmagic.com/help-support/
HOw to add google captcha for this plugin
Please review security options in the Global settings. Thank you.
Can the product quantities default to 0 instead of 1? If so how can I set it to do that?
I am not getting the “Successful registration Message” after a form is completed…can you help?
Please create a support ticket and we will be more than happy to help.
where i get edit profile short code
how to create edit profile in R magic, did we have any short code for that
Hi, I’ve managed to create registration and login pages using your forms. That was relatively easy, but I’m stuck with the logout. What is the shortcode for logout?
how can I activate? Just purchased the premium! but coudnt find place the input the license!
Please reach out to support team and we can help.
I cannot change the text on Submit button. I am using RegistrationMagic Gold, go Registration forms -> Settings -> Edit design -> click on the red circle on the Submit button, write the new text to Label Button field, but then it seems that the Save button does not work – nothing is refreshing. It is working on all the older registration forms I made, so it is probably not caused by CSS. Can you help please?
Sure we can help. Please create a support ticket and we will be in touch. Also, just a note that Gold version is discontinued, so please upgrade your license to Premium.
How to open form data widget as there is no option in field manager in free version
Form submission graphs are part of read only fields and part of free version.
After Registration, get an eMail, then I want to login, get always this:
FOLLOWING ERROR(S) WERE FOUND:
THE LOGIN CREDENTIALS YOU ENTERED ARE INCORRECT. PLEASE TRY AGAIN.
LOST YOUR PASSWORD?
what did I make wrong?
Please make sure the user is activated before trying to login. In case you still face issues, please raise a ticket on our support portal.
I’m using RM (RegistrationMagic) integrated with PG (ProfileGrid). I have 4 existing PG profile groups with custom fields. I created a new RM profile form and added it to one of the PG profiles. During testing, I accessed the new RM profile form and submitted it. I presume it reset my Admin login to “inactive” and now I get the same error as Andy (… login credentials you entered are incorrect…). I’ve used the same admin password for months. Based on the RMStaff comment on 10/1/18 to Andy, I tried changing the rm_user_status field to ‘1’ using SQL- but no success. Now I can’t inactivate RM or roll back. I can reinstall from a backup but I hope there’s a different solution. I will submit in the support portal but including here for others to reference.
Hello i would like to know if the admin and restrict/disable some certain fields from being edited once the user logs in ..in his profile/user account
By default fields in the form cannot be edited until user allows them to edit after submission. You may allow users to edit field after submission by following the steps:
1. Go to the fields manager
2. Click on edit for the field you want to allow the user to edit
3. Click on Advanced Settings and select the option “Allow Users to Edit this Field after Submission”
Please let us know if you have any other questions.
How do I change the name on my forms without re-creating a new form?
You can change the form name by clicking on the 3 dots on the form card. Then, clicking on the form name will open the edit box.
Can I set a duration for the registration (as a membership plan)?
Yes, you can have the registration form expire by date or by number of submissions. Also, you can replace one form with another to collect the registrations while disabling the WordPress account creation for those users.
If you want to deactivate or delete a user account after a certain duration (relative to registration date), you can do it using the Automation section of RegistrationMagic. Automation section allows you to set rules based on different conditions.
how to integrate payment gateway on submit form ?
To integrate payment gateway, refer to the following link: https://registrationmagic.com/setup-payments-on-registrationmagic-form-using-products/
I would like to create a event like this :
This plugin can help me ?
Thank you very much
Yes, looks like it’s possible but please reach out to support for confirmation from developers.
Hello, i’m looking for a pluggin to create a b2b meeting like here https://euafricaforum2018.b2match.io/page-41
Can your pluggin help me ?
Thanks you very much
Hi, The online registration part can be achieved using RegistrationMagic.
I want to make the form smaller. Make all the boxes smaller and not take up the entire page. I would also like to make a form where you can select group or individual, leaving room for first name, last name, and email for individual, and for group simply allow up to 10 entries, but I don’t want them to have to scroll and scroll and scroll. I want it boxed, like maybe a 2 or 3 column wide. Can this be done?
If you dont wish to show form in Page then you can use Magic button feature of RegistrationMagic. By using Magic Button,you can show Registration in a popup in WP Site. Please check this link for more details- https://registrationmagic.com/how-display-slider-pop-up-form-in-wordpress/
So i have 2 product one is a general registration the other is cook off product. I want to have it so when they select the cook off is selected another product drop down comes up so they can select a t shirt if they select general registration the t shirts should not appear.
Please let us know about what type of fields are Cook off and General Registration in detail, in order to allow us to assist you.
Would it be possible to have different forms for different people? For example, I am organising a quiz, so I would like the audience and the participants to have different forms to register, and the data collected to be entered into different spreadsheets.
Yes, you can create different forms with RegistrationMagic- for audience and participants.
how to edit the profile page
Could you please elaborate which page do you want to edit and what changes need to be done.
Hi, if I use registration magic, will it replace the default registration form?
In the set up instructions it mentions using shortcodes to embed forms, is this just an additional option?
It will not happen automatically. To set RegistrationMagic Form as WordPress default, go to Global Settings> Default Pages. Select RegistrationMagic form page in “Default Registration Form Dropdown” menu
Two questions before I pull the trigger and install the free version…
It is possible to use conditional logic field in creating a custon registration form in the free version?
If after installing the free version, I decide that I would like to upgrade to the Premium or Premium version, do I need to uninstall the free version before installing the Premium or Premium ?
All the best,
Yes, conditional fields are available in the standard version of RegistrationMagic as well. Also, it is not mandatory to uninstall the standard version before installing the Premium or Premium version. Note that only one version can be activated at a time though.
Registration form works great but my login form is not working, I am still being redirected to WP login even though I have changed the default page and entered the code for the form on my Login page creation. Before I upgrade from the free version I need to see this working. Am I missing something?
We will need further details about about where you changed the default page. It will be helpful in providing better (and quicker) response if you could raise ticket with our support team regarding this. Also, please make sure that you are using RM_Login shortcode on WordPress page.
Having installed RM as a useful tool for collecting additional information at the registration stage. It’s ability to register users on WP was the clincher.
So far, form set up is straightforward. As is embedding on the relevant registration page. I have however run into one or two issues and have one or two questions:
– The auto responder email sends successfully, but the email template arrives in HTML/code to the recipient. Any ideas? I’m having the same problem with the default admin email notification.
– On the autoresponder page (possibly others), the ‘add fields’ section needs the formatting updated. There is a long horizontal scroll.
As for the email with html code, could you try to deactivate all plugins except RegistrationMagic and check if the issue is resolved. If not, please raise a ticket with our support team and our experts will look into it. We suspect this might be problem due to conflict being created by some different plugin on your site.
As for the other issue regarding formatting, could you again share the screenshot via our ticket system for helping us to better understand it.
Does there exist a german language file in the premium version?
Unfortunately, we don’t have German translation available for the Premium version as of now.
I’m trying to modify the registration form. I delete some fields (testing) and now I tried to put them again now it’s not working. I can’t see them on my site when I put the shortcode.
Could you please confirm which version of RegistrationMagic are using? There was a defect regarding this issue in our older versions which has since been rectified. In case the issue persists in the latest version, kind1ly raise a ticket at our support portal in order to allow better communication for analysis.
I have the same issue
Could you confirm if you are using latest version of RegistrationMagic? If so, please raise the ticket with our support team as we will need some further information to your site environment for analysis.
I want to buy the premium version maiss I still have doubts, I need to download all the subscribers inside the form in the PPF, there is this possibility, all that register in the form registered in the system, I want to download a list in a single time, export all users in PDF or EXCEL, without being one by one in the system. Is there a possibility in the premium system? I await urgent answers.
To export the submissions, go to RegistrationMagic > inbox > export all and all the submissions will be exported in form of a CSV. This is a feature of Premium version of RegistrationMagic.
i want to create an admission registration form for a student where i have to take registration fee for students and after login student should able to pay his/her semester fees individually for different courses…is it possible with this plugin
Yes, the students can pay registration fees while registering and then they can login using the credentials to pay for the semester fees. You need to create another form which students can access after login and then make the payment from.
You have made good efforts to explain the creation of the WordPress registration page. Thanks for providing such useful information.
Your Plugin is very good really appreciate you guys to build such a awesome plugin, there are few issues i am facing to configure the plugin
1. Created registration form and also successfully registered
2. But in login page when i tried to login it shows Account Disabled at top in red bar
3. Also In members of dashboard the default status of new registered users comes inactive by default what can i do for it so that it comes active by default.
Please help me sort out my issues
Glad to hear that you liked our plugin. Please do leave us a review on wordpress.org too.
If you want users accounts to be active on registration, simply enable the settings by referring to the following steps:
1) Login to WordPress dashboard, go to “ProfileGrid >> Global settings >> User Accounts” menu.
2) Enable the option “WP Registration Auto Approval” and save it.
I have created a registration forms with 5 fields but when i paste the short code of the form on the registration page it only shows 2 fields, also when i took the preview within RegMgc it looked fine but i was showing the registration page with in the submissions section, what is going on?
Username, password, and confirm password fields will not show on the form if it is visited while in logged-in state. Make sure to log-out and then view the form (or use incognito mode) and confirm whether issue persists.
Regarding registration page showing in the submission section- this has been marked as defect and we will be releasing fix for this soon.
Hi, I on the look out for an easy to use Registration plugin and came across yours.
1. Could you please tell me (in the Free version) how can i create content that would be visible to only registered and logged in users? For example a non member could view basic information on the site, but would have to register and become a member to view additional information (like exclusive events etc)
2. Do you provide Mail Poet integration in the Free version?
Comments as following:
1- This can be achieved using one of our another Plugin ProfileGrid. Content Restriction Feature is available in ProfileGrid. Please refer these page for more details-
2- MailPoet integration is available in the premium version of RegistrationMagic and not present in the standard version.
this is soo easy to understand how to build a form! Step by step details and the images helps alott !
Hello, thanks for such a nice plugin. But I have some questions. How can I create registration form on event that will be on different dates? thanks
This can be achieved using one of our another plugin EventMagic- https://wordpress.org/plugins/eventprime-event-calendar-management/ Using EventPrime, you may create event which will be live on different dates and we can specify the booking Dates for the same. We can use RegistrationMagic form with EventPrime for getting registered on Site.Please visit these page for more details- https://registrationmagic.com/boost-registrationmagic-event-froms-eventprime-integration/ and https://eventprime.co/
Great article, You have explained everything step by step very well.
We bought your premium in hope to achieve the role bound registration.
We have Dokan Multivendor Marketplace and WP Job Manager on our site. Dokan’s roles customers and vendor. WP Job Manager’s roles are customer and applicant. We would like to have 1 unified registration form that will let a user choose among the 4 roles: applicant, vendor, customer and employer.
And after signing up, a user will be automatically assigned a role he / she chooses.
Please guide us to achieve that.
All the user roles offered by other active plugin in Wp dashboard are available for assignment in RegistrationMagic forms too.
Here are steps to achieve the requested requirement.
1. Go to form dashboard > account settings page
2. Select Also create WP User account? checkbox
3. Select Allow Users Choice of Roles option
4. Fill WP User Role Field Label option
5. Select applicant, vendor, customer and employer Role in “Allow Role Selection from” option.
Now,these four user roles which show in form for user selection. Whichever role is selected by the user at the time of form submission will be assigned to his account.
Hello. I want to use this plugin but I’m trying to get my head around some concepts. To me, the purpose of it will be to allow logged in users the ability to see certain content. Without that feature built in, I don’t understand what makes this different that a form plugin for contact forms, etc. I’m sure there’s something but don’t know what it is. Please explain.
Thank you. Barry
RegistrationMagic offers RM Submission Page as User Area. Once users are logged in, they can view and edit their details using RM Submission Page. Please check this for more details- https://registrationmagic.com/how-to-allow-users-to-edit-wordpress-forms-after-submission/
Hello, How can i set user role? I want to choose a role for users who used the registration form instead of the WordPress default
To achieve this with RegistrationMagic, follow these steps:
1. Go to RegistrationMagic > dashboard of the form
2. Click- Accounts
3. Check- Also create WP User accounts
4. Assign WordPress User Role- Select from the Dropdown
5. Save to apply changes.
Hello, I want to export the list of registrants in CSV format, but the “export all” section is disabled. How can I activate this?
The ‘Export All’ is a feature of premium version of RegistrationMagic and not present in the standard version.
How can I have my users enroll for different courses, but not create a WP user every time?
To achieve this requirement, admin has to create a registration type of registration form. Users have to register using this form. After registration users have to login and then in logged in state only, users can enroll for different courses. In logged out state, no user can enroll for any of the courses. This way user has to register only once and then has to login to enroll to any course.
How do I achieve this functionality? I want users to send admin request for quotes. The admin should be able to assign these quotes to partners who will login and answer via inbox PM to the assigned user request. The admin should be able to see all communications and also partner and user must not be able to send each other emails or call numbers. They must inbox each other until the end.
Unfortunately, this feature is not available as of now in RegistrationMagic. We have made a note of your requirement for review and analysis.
this is soo easy to understand how to build a form! Step by step details and the images helps alott !
Hi, why the field e-mail into my end form is not possibile to change the value?
We are getting a 404 error on the page link shared. Please make sure you are checking your form in logged out state or incognito mode.
We’re trying to add a default form to one of the pages. When we use the login form with the key [RM_Login] it works like expected. When we try to use any other form (even the default ones) like [RM_Form id='1'] we only get the message “This form has no fields”. We can’t find anywhere that might suggest that we need to check some boxes or anything. In the fields manager several fields have been added. What are we doing wrong?
Go to RegistrationMagic-> All Forms-> copy the shortcode of the form and paste it on the page where you want to display it-> Publish it.
If you have added the fields to the form and still not able to publish using the above steps, do raise your concern through our support portal here: https://metagauss.com/help-and-support/
Everything explained. Nice work!
I want to get data through the URL to populate a hidden form field.
Is there any way to do this or any alternative way to do this?
We have noted your requirement and we will surely add this in one of our upcoming versions of RegistrationMagic. Thank you for the feedback.
Have not been able to find password field on registration form. Only two fields show. I added a username field and that one is showing, but there s no custom password.
You may add the Password field to the form using the following path: Go to RegistrationMagic-> fields of a form-> click the “Add Field” option located above-> here you will see the “Accounts Password” field, click on this and it will get added to the form. In case you still face any issue, please raise a support ticket here in order to allow us assist you.
How can I redirect my users to RegistrationMagic login page instead of default WordPress admin login?
You can create a login page on your website using [RM_Login] shortcode. In order to set redirections for the login page, go to RegistrationMagic > RM_Login ‘dashboard’ > redirections > set type of redirection according to your choice.
I wish to create custom fields on woocommerce checkout registration form. Could you please let me know how can I go about achieving that?
In order to setup a WooCommerce registration form, please refer to the following link: https://metagauss.com/woocommerce-registration-form/
Hello team- I am trying to create an event registration form with limited seats registration and set a particular booking time window. Any help?
You can use our another plugin EventPrime to fulfill this requirement. You may also raise a support ticket at the following link in case you have any further questions: https://metagauss.com/help-and-support/
The RegistrationMagic plugin is great! Since I have a memberships website, is it possible to display Member area in an overlay?
Yes, the shortcode of the user area page [RM_Front_Submissions] can used wherever you wish to display the member area.
I am not a technical guy, but I keep coming back to RegistrationMagic plugin as this is the only plugin that somehow works well on my website. I have tried multiple other plugins but RegistrationMagic does the trick. Does it also support advanced pricing options? like custom labels for sub pricing and all?
Could you please elaborate your requirement regarding sub pricing in detail in order to allow us analyze your requirement.
How can I enable social login on my website using RegistrationMagic? I’ve seen some of my friends use it and found it to be really useful.
You can enable social login on your website by going to RegistrationMagic > RM_Login ‘dashboard’ > scroll down, go to ‘integrate’ section and configure the required social login.
I am trying to figure out about how Custom User Area Tabs is useful and from where can I enable it?
By using custom user area tabs, you can add customized tabs to the user area page according to your requirement. You can achieve this by going to RegistrationMagic > global settings > customize user area tab > new tab > set a tab label > mention the tab content here and save it.
is it possible to remove or hide the Payment History tab? from user area page
Yes, it is possible 🙂
Go to RegistrationMagic>> Global Setting>> User Area Layout>> Click on payment history >> Uncheck box (Enable tab)>> Save.
After creating a registration form on registration magic, can a redirect be set in the settings to a post or page when completed?
We would like people to register an account, upon successful registration they be redirected to a post/page. If you could get back to me it would be much appreciated.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Hello I was wondering I would be able to use one form for many clases and keep the max number off possible students.
You can set limit on the number of submissions that can be done on a form to keep max number of students. Although, you will have to do this on each class’ form. So multiple forms will be required for multiple class.
Buonasera, ho acquistato e istallato Reg. Magic premium e MetaBumdle (per sviluppi futuri), da quanto capito avrei avuto la disponibilità di ulterio Form oltre i 3/4 iniziali. Ma non riesco a vederli o caricarli. Probabilmente devo istallare un ulteriore plugin integrativo. Se si, vi prego di indicarmi il nome del plugin.
Come avrete capito non sono un tecnico, bensì un neofita un pò attempato a cui piacciono le sfide.
In attesa di una vostra risposta, vi saluto cordialmente.
You get 1 registration form, 1 contact form, and 1 login form already created with RegistrationMagic when you install and activate it. To create your own new forms, click on the link “New Form” right below the “All Forms” heading in the RegistrationMagic backend main page.
when i use registrationmagic ?
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Could you please create a support ticket here: https://metagauss.com/technical-support/ so we can help fix the issue for you.
Hello, I Created a form for a Horse Show. Needs rider, owner, trainer information. Most of the time the rider is the same as owner and trainer. But sometimes not. And sometimes all three are different. I created conditions on the old forms but can-not figure out how to do it on this one. Ugh!
I created the Radio button for Owner Information which asks Same as Rider or Different person. Also created one for trainer Information.
Also would like the owner trainer information not to be visible until they click different person and then the information ap-pears for them to fill out.
Thank You in advance for your help.
I also created a support ticket but I am unable to log in and check it. I can log in to my account just no the support….hmm
We have sent you a message on the support ticket. Our team will assist you in setting up these conditions.