I enabled the Policy Documents plugin so that I can display a message before the user goes on to register. This caused the following errors..
1. "Show Registration Policy on Registration form" was selected but "Force Policy Acceptance" was not checked - the policy statement was displayed, but on clicking 'Register', the following message appeared "The requested forum does not exist"
2. "Show Registration Policy on Registration form" was selected and "Force Policy Acceptance" was selected - the policy statement was displayed, but there was no acceptance tick box and the Register button was greyed out.
I have the first settings in place for your to check - forum link
eh, sorry, thought you were having an issue with getting to the /policy page... should have looked, sorry...
not sure what's up there... will have to open a ticket for research...
this was tested few days ago so we may have lost something fixing some of the w3c validation stuff or php notices
Another issue I had was resolved when we discovered that the overlays were upgraded, but my overlay had it's own file name and so it was an old version.
I'm just wondering if you've upgraded the default.php file or spHead.php file and maybe this is causing the problem re the register form? If any of the files in the default folder have been upgraded, then I'm still using an old copy, renamed HoneyGold.
Can someone test this on their own 5.0 forum - enable the Policy Documents plugin, select "Show Registration Policy on Registration form" on the plugin settings, create a quick policy message, save, log out and select 'Register'
See if you are sent to the registration form when you click on 'Register' after you policy message.
I don't fancy searching through 34 pages of the default.php file and comparing it to my own version, unless it is a file problem and not a plugin problem
No, registration form is a genuine issue... I fixed most of it last night (if you want to grab from svn)... a bit of tidying up to do today...
I have no clue when you started your custom theme... but as we iterated throughout the beta process, there still may be changes in themes... you can see the change log and differences for the default theme here: