|Android Market Account registration and Google Checkout Merchant registration with two different acounts|
| by jfraser in Programming Languages|
I am about to create Android Market Account. Lets say I have two
accounts, account A and account B.
Can I use account A to pay
android market registration fee of 25$ ?
Can I use account B to get
money on sale of my app ?
|how can one override default registration email in a hook form alter registration?|
| by PatrickSimonHenk in Web Design|
The main site sends a registration email and I do not want that email to
be sent to this new registration as it should have its own custom email. I
am having a hard time with this because every time a user registers either
on main registration or this custom registration, they get the same mail.
How can i keep my custom registration mail separate?
|Lazy Registration: How to let a guest user start their workflow and prompt registration when they try to save their work?|
| by Verbal in Programming Languages|
I'm wondering what I would do to go about letting a guest use my web
application without registering, then if they attempt to save their work
they are prompted with a registration. This will be in a rails application
by the way. Can I just allow public access to part of the work flow, then
when they save check if they're a registered user (by session value, or
cookie?). If they aren't a registe
|django-registration custom registration form (recaptcha field)|
| by JGKelly in Web Design|
I try to add a recaptcha field to my registration form and followed
In my registration app, I have a file "forms.py" which looks like
from recaptcha import fields as captcha_field
from registration.forms import RegistrationFormUniqueEmail
|django-registration adding additional fields in the registration form|
| by Murali Ravipudi in Web Design|
I am interested in adding additional fields in the registration form,
nickname and date of birth.
I am using
django-registration 0.8, and I am planning to write my own custom form. I
have looked at django-profiles and I think that the privacy control with
that is not strong enough.
I plan to store these additional
info in another database (mongodb) where I ha
|django-registration - redirecting to registration form and displaying message|
| by el-Capitan in Web Design|
After succesfully registering, the user is redirected to the template
Is there any way of changing this
behaviour to redirecting the user to the registration page and displaying a
I thought of doing something like this in
'registration/registration_form.html' with message='Your a
|<fb:registration> redirects to http://www.facebook.com/plugins/registration.php|
| by pulkizine in Web Design|
I am using the xfbml. I've implemented it on
It works great in Chrome, FF, and
Safari. If user is signed into Facebook, but not my website, the
registration is integrated into the page. It looks like they said in
However in both IE 9 and IE 8, it redirects the user to http://www.fac
|Facebook registration widget be used for a existing registration page|
| by Red Storm in Development Tools & Services|
I am trying to include the new Facebook registration widget, but with
the registration form that is already existing. I just want to include the
link for prefill and nothing else. Once user fills that, the registration
page should automatically be filled. I am not getting the way to just
include only prefill link. Can any body suggest how to go forward.
|adding two registration forms django-registration|
| by Simon Dick in Web Design|
I am using
django-registration app. I've two registration
A has default
registration fields. And in
B I've added custom fields and a
signal. Following signal also execute for both registration form. That's
why I added
if form.is_valid(). and it sucks. I want to
execute only when
BForm is cal
|Registration plugin, accessing registration data|
| by Russia in Development Tools & Services|
I would like to develop a website using the Facebook Registration
plugin. However, I would like to see whether it is possible to avoid having
to save the registration data also on the website's own database.
The application is very simple, and it seems redundant that we need to
save all the user data again just so we can pick up a random registration
and notify a winner.