How to Moderate New User Registrations in WordPress

How to Moderate New User Registrations in WordPress
Laurie Castro

We have re-tested the plugin on our demo sites. It works fine at our end on WordPress 4.4.2. Try deactivating all your WordPress plugins except New User Approve. If it works fine then probably one of the plugins on your site is causing the conflict. Try activating each plugin and then retest new user approval. Repeat for all plugins until you find one that’s causing the conflict. Report the conflict to both plugin authors.

How to Moderate New User Registrations in WordPress
Brandi Flores

Allowing users to register on your site can sometimes open the door to spam registrations. While you can delete registrations after the fact there is a way to moderate them like comments. In this video, we will show you how to moderate new user registrations in WordPress.

How to Manually Approve New User Registrations in WordPress
Ethel Hopkins

Hi Guys, (using wordpress avada and woocommerce) I have installed and edited all the settings to suit BUT when I log out and try to do a test on the front end as a ‘new customer’ it just allows me to register login right away and there is no approval process BUT when I try and log back into the admin panel it comes up with the message I put into the settings, Please help. I need it to come up when the customers try and register on the front end

How to Verify and Moderate New User Registrations in WordPress
Christy Garner

Pie Register gives you the ability to verify and moderate the signups coming in via your website, this feature can help you stiff through all the user registrations and you can allow or block people as per your requirements.
You can protect your websites from fake sign ups and bots by asking users to verify their email addresses by sending them a timed verification link. You can also send signup invitations to your past users or prospects which is another way of keeping your content exclusive.
Pie Register also lets you set a “grace period”, an amount of time in which the users account must be verified via email or approved by the admin and if they are not approved in that time the account is terminated on the next login attempt.
It is common knowledge that people tend to change email addresses and if it so happens that a certain user decides to change the email address associated with its account on your website you can set up a process in which a verification email will also be sent to the new email address to make sure it’s correct. Along with that the request can also be authenticated by sending an email to the old address to verify the new one!
Key Features:
– Setup user verification by Admin Approval, Verify Email Address, or Admin Approval AND Verify Email Address [PRO].
– Set Grace Period – this is the amount of time within which the users must be verified by the admin and/or email address verification. User Ids that are not verified within the grace period are deleted at the next login attempt.
– Setup Email Address Change Verification. Authenticate request by sending an email to old address + verify new address.
Pie Register is a WordPress Registration Plugin which customize website registration forms with easy to use features and options that require no coding to set up.
With Pie Register you can simply drag drop fields to build you registration form, apply conditional logic, verify and moderate registrations, use invitation codes for invite only registration, create unlimited registration forms, implement role-based redirection and do so much more.
Need additional security? Use Twillio for 2-step authentication over text messaging, IP blacklisting and more. The plugin also allows you to easily integrate services PayPal, Stripe and for payment processing. Use MailChimp for email marketing to your user base from within Pie Register.
Best of all Pie Register offers perpetual licensing – purchase once and use for a lifetime, no hassle or recurring periodic payments.
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How to Regulate New User Registrations in WordPress
Elizabeth Roy

The initial release of WordPress was on May 27, 2003, by its creators, Matt Mullenweg & Mike Little as a fork of b2/cafelog. WordPress software was released under the GPLv2, GNU General Public License from the Free Software Foundation. The plugin architecture of WordPress permits the users to extend the functionality and features of a website or blog. WordPress encourages developers to yield a plugin either free of cost or funded, to the depository and is subjected to a manual review. At primary support for WordPress is obtainable; the others include WordPress Forums and an online community of WordPress users. The future of WordPress as stated by its co-founder Matt Mullenweg is in mobile, social and as an application platform.

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