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Really Fast Registration by BOP5
Mod Version: 2.2.0, by BirdOPrey5 (IB Staff) BirdOPrey5 is offline
Developer Last Online: Jul 2019 I like it Show Printable Version Email this Page

vB Version: 4.x.x Rating: (15 votes - 4.73 average) Installs: 89
Released: 16 Aug 2013 Last Update: 18 Dec 2013 Downloads: 528
Supported Uses Plugins Auto-Template Additional Files External Content  

Brought to you by BirdOPrey5 / Qapla.com

Live Demo: http://www.totallycommercials.com/

The purpose of this mod is to get users registered as quickly as possible. Users just enter a username, a valid email address, check a box agreeing to the rules (optional), and hit register, and they are sent an email with a randomly generated password.

The fact they get the password by email confirms they entered a valid email address (if they ever log in, you know it is legit.)



Full Feature List
  • Displays on top of Forum Home (forum.php)
  • Ability to customize script name to reduce chances of Spam
  • Uses built in VB javascript to verify valid username in real time
  • Uses 3rd party javascript to detect user's timezone and set it during registration
  • Fully Phrased for easy customization or translation
  • Full use of Stylevars to control colors/layout options
  • Agree to Forum Rules checked by default option
  • Show randomly generated password after registration option (this could lead to users with invalid emails however, not recommended)
  • Random passwords generated vary in length
  • Choose default usergroup for new registrations
  • Register button not active until valid looking username/email entered into form
  • Apply specific referrer to all users who register via this mod (good for tracking purposes)
  • Compatible with my Rename Regiter.php Mod
  • In unlikely event of error on registration user returned to regular registration script.
  • Option to hide rules completely
  • Option to show RFR Form to Admins at all times
  • Option to put RFR Form on any/all templates manually (RFR Anywhere)
  • Option to show JavaScript confirmation that explains why a valid email is needed and gives user option to update their email address.
  • Compatible with VB 3.8.x
  • Support for Human Verification
  • Added option allowing user to hide the form for a set number of days
  • NEW - Added option to enable the register_addmember_complete hook to increase compatibility with other registration mods
  • NEW - (In Beta) - Added option to use RFR form in "IFRAME" mode for non-VB pages.


I've used this mod for a month or so on my site, I have not had any spammers use it, probably too new for them to take notice.

The mod uses its own email phrases for new registrations so be sure to customize it if you want to.

Some important phrases...

Email Body Text Phrases
bop5rfr_newuser - Email sent to email addresses set to be notified of new users
bop5rfr_welcome - Email sent to new users (contains their password and other info)

Error Message Phrases
bop5rfr_reg_complete - Message shown upon completed Registration
bop5rfr_error_missing_values - Message shown if missing values (only possible if javascript disabled)

Front-End Redirect Messages
bop5rfr_problemredirect - Message shown if error and being redirected to full registration form (unlikely to happen)

GLOBAL Phrases
bop5_rfr_agree_to_rules - Agree to rules text
bop5_rfr_really_fast_reg_join_now - Text in title
bop5rfr_timezone_detect - [Timezone Detetion]
bop5rfr_confirm1 & bop5rfr_confirm2 - JavaScript Confirmation before submitting form



The "External Content" is an option to load the time zone detect javascript remotely, you can load it locally if you prefer.

This mod is compatible with vBulletin 3.8.x and vBulletin 4.x.x

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  #181  
Old 20 May 2014, 20:24
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Are any board mails going out? If you look in your Admin CP on the main page at the table on top, under the news, how many emails are in your queue? Link to site?
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Old 21 May 2014, 18:17
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That snippet of code to use this 'anywhere' doesn't seem to work in the under navbar advertising location.

Although, I like the way the registration bar on the homepage stops before the sidebar, so I don't want to lose that by turning on the 'everywhere' feature. Would be nice to have that box showing on the homepage like it does, as its own option, since it lines up nice. That way if we decide to use the box somewhere else in the templates, (such as under the navbar where an ad would be) the homepage display still looks sweet.

Can you tell me where to put the use anywhere code to have it show up on the main page like it does by default? I suppose I can add the code to the navbar myself to have it show in the same location as an advertisement, but I want to maintain the way the homepage looks with this mod when the anywhere option is set to no.

EDIT** Figured it out, for anyone who is curious, I put the code snippet right above the above_forums hook location code in the FORUMHOME template. Also managed to add the snippet to the proper location in other templates as well.
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Old 21 May 2014, 20:15
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Originally Posted by addamroy View Post
That snippet of code to use this 'anywhere' doesn't seem to work in the under navbar advertising location.
It does on my site- tested in the ad_global_below_navbar template. You do need to disable any ad-blocker on your browser though since it will be hidden like it is an ad.

Although, I like the way the registration bar on the homepage stops before the sidebar, so I don't want to lose that by turning on the 'everywhere' feature. Would be nice to have that box showing on the homepage like it does, as its own option, since it lines up nice. That way if we decide to use the box somewhere else in the templates, (such as under the navbar where an ad would be) the homepage display still looks sweet.

Can you tell me where to put the use anywhere code to have it show up on the main page like it does by default? I suppose I can add the code to the navbar myself to have it show in the same location as an advertisement, but I want to maintain the way the homepage looks with this mod when the anywhere option is set to no.
The default location on forumhome is this built in hook-

Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

You can find it in the FORUMHOME template. You can paste the anywhere code right above this line in the template.
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  #184  
Old 08 Jul 2014, 18:15
leemart44 leemart44 is offline
 
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How do I shut off the main register and just use this?

Edit: Never mind I turned it off and this still works, just changed phrase on turned off message to use this
thanks great mod I'm getting 40 new members a day with this and limit guests mod.
Before got 5 members a day

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Old 09 Jul 2014, 11:32
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Originally Posted by leemart44 View Post
How do I shut off the main register and just use this?

Edit: Never mind I turned it off and this still works, just changed phrase on turned off message to use this
thanks great mod I'm getting 40 new members a day with this and limit guests mod.
Before got 5 members a day
Thanks...

For those who are unsure you can simply go to Admin CP -> Settings -> Options -> User Registration Options, and turn off Registration to disable the built in VB Registrations and this mod still works.

Be sure you update your default guest notice to inform them about readlly fast registration instead of clicking the register link.
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Old 10 Jul 2014, 16:07
Twikitero Twikitero is offline
 
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Thanks, this mod is fantastic.
I've edited it a bit to my liking for best display on my forum.
My forum is in spanish,sorry jeje

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Thank you very much, I put it mark as installed and mod of the month voting.
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Old 12 Jul 2014, 20:19
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Any plans on adding a VB5 version of this mod?
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Old 13 Jul 2014, 11:18
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No, sorry, it isn't likely to come to VB5 anytime soon.

I would invite anyone else interested to try their hand at a VB5 version, it would likely need to be recoded from scratch anyway- so there wouldn't be any issue on copying code. The idea free to anyone.
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Old 30 Jul 2014, 22:37
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For the UPLOAD folder, may I have a guide for dummies on where exactly they go?
It's been a while!
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Old 04 Aug 2014, 23:30
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Excellent mod. Worked right out of the box.
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Old 17 Aug 2014, 04:47
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I like this mod. But I do have a problem with it. Because it bypasses the usual registration options, all e-mails addresses or providers that I have banned over the years are not active anymore. It's not about the spam for me. It's about members I have chosen to delete rather than ban, who are using the same e-mail address to register again. It's also about people using "10 minute mail" addresses to register. Why would I want to encourage that ? If I need to send an e-mail to my forum members or some usergroups, my e-mail won't reach them ! So I have it installed, and I like the fact that I'm getting more members because of it, but ... it could be better.
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Old 18 Aug 2014, 00:55
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Originally Posted by maupassant View Post
I like this mod. But I do have a problem with it. Because it bypasses the usual registration options, all e-mails addresses or providers that I have banned over the years are not active anymore. It's not about the spam for me. It's about members I have chosen to delete rather than ban, who are using the same e-mail address to register again. It's also about people using "10 minute mail" addresses to register. Why would I want to encourage that ? If I need to send an e-mail to my forum members or some usergroups, my e-mail won't reach them ! So I have it installed, and I like the fact that I'm getting more members because of it, but ... it could be better.
Thanks for the feedback.
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Old 29 Oct 2014, 20:14
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Can you PLEASE add an option to redirect users to a specific URL after registration?

IE with your mod the best way to achieve this might be, redirect them the first time they log on...

I would say redirect them after confirmation but your mod does not allow an email confirmation for some odd reason... (If this is due to an auto-generated password, this could be solved by adding an optional password field to the registration form if the confirmation option is selected)
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Old 30 Oct 2014, 13:32
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It doesn't allow for email confirmation because it isn't necessary. If the email isn't valid they can never log in.

If you regularly prune users who have never posted or logged in in x-months or years these accounts will just get deleted- and if not- they don't hurt anyone.

I will see about redirecting to a URL- what page do you imagine redirecting them to?
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Old 30 Oct 2014, 22:41
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Originally Posted by BirdOPrey5 View Post
It doesn't allow for email confirmation because it isn't necessary. If the email isn't valid they can never log in.


I will see about redirecting to a URL- what page do you imagine redirecting them to?
1 - If invalid email addresses are used, you increase bounced emails and emails that go to nowhere (or to the wrong person). This is bad for the deliverability of emails from a domain. Unconfirmed email addresses do not get automated forum emails (which is good).

Especially on some boards where all members are automatically subscribed to certain threads/forums.

With your system, speaking in a somewhat extreme circumstance, all it would take is a blast from a spam bot (or registrations over time) and next thing you know your forum has 100's of email addresses in the database that receive forum emails. This could also result in spam complaints. It has FAR more to do with just whether or not they can log-on, there are negative effects to bypassing the email confirmation step.

I've had members registered for several months and even 1+ years before ever making their first post, so generally speaking I won't prune users out just because of their post count, as there is some content for registered members only which some people might register to access.

2 - I would like to redirect to any URL I choose. Could be an offer for an upgraded membership, could be a link to a rules thread, could redirect to the introduction forum, etc.

I was using the register redirect mod for a while but it's incompatible with your mod. I will most likely be uninstalling it soon however until improvements are made.
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