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Registration page does not allow to insert sub-pages: for what does it serve?

Discussion in 'SiteBuilder' started by Carlos Lemos, Apr 21, 2009.

  1. Carlos Lemos

    Carlos Lemos Guest

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    Registration page does not allow to insert sub-pages (decedents pages).

    By this means, the registration function has no function at all. Otherwise, we could, for instance, to allow access to eShop page or another sensitive information, only if the user is registered.

    Please, allow to insert sub-pages in the registration page.
     
  2. Dmitry Frantsev

    Dmitry Frantsev Golden Pleskian

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    It looks like there is some misunderstanding exists concerning purpose of registration module. Please check following link:

    http://download1.parallels.com/Site...viding_registration_to_your_site_visitors.htm

    You can set up voluntary user registration on your web site. This function has nothing to do with restricted access. Logged in users do not have to enter their name, address, and other data each time they fill a form on the site - this data is automatically inserted into the appropriate text fields of the form (for example, when posting to blog or buying in e-shop).

    So, there is no need to add sub-pages for registration module. Moreover, Sitebuilder does not allow adding sub-pages for modules pages. It is done by design.

    Let me know if there is still something unclear.
     
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