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Using the Special Page "Registration" option, you can create a registration and log-in page for your visitors. This is mainly used for blogs and the e-shop so that your visitors will not have to input all their information each time they want to purchase from or comment on your website. Unfortunately at this time the option to make pages that only registered users can access is not available, it only stores personal information. You can also create users from the back end, or your visitors can register themselves from your website.
First, log into your Premium Web Builder and go to the 3. Pages section (the third section of the Premium Web Builder). You will see the following page:
This will bring you to your Edit section, and you will see Registration on the left column under Site Map. Select it, and you will see this screen:
This is where you will configure the Registration portion of your site. You can set Notifications (for example to send the user an email when they sign up), and under Common Settings can give the customer the option to reset their password.
Once you have created and published a Registration page, anyone that visits your website can register to store their personal information. When a visitor goes to your site they will see a link in the menu called "Registration" (you can change the name of the Title in the Edit section). Once they click on the Registration link, they will get a page to log in or to Register:
Once they have registered and logged in, on your website Menu bar instead of "Registration" it will say "My Profile." This is what the registration page looks like from the user end once they have successfully logged in:
The customer can select the "My Profile" link at any time and update their personal information if needed.
If you want to create new users yourself, you can select the "Add New Account" option. Once that is selected, you will get this screen:
To register a new account, the only required information is the user name, e-mail address, and the password. If you are using the Registration as part of your eShop, then you will also want your customers to fill out the name and address information as well. Once you have added a new account or if a customer registers from your website, the Registration page will look like this:
As you can see, under "User name" it now lists a user with their email address.
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