How to Create a Custom User Registration Form in WordPress

Are you looking for a way to allow users to register to your site on the front end? The default method WordPress allows for registering on your site shows WordPress’ branding and can not match your site’s theme. In this video we will show you how to create a custom user registration form in WordPress.

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For this tutorial we will be using the WordPress plugin WPForms:

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With the plugin installed and active you will visit WPForms, Settings page to enter the license key.

Next under WPForms, Addons you will want to click install on the User Registration Addon.

With the addon installed and activated you will go under WPForms, Add new to create the new form, name it and select User Registration.

It will automatically add the fields required and connect them to what is required for signing up a new user.

Now you would go under the page where you want the registration form or add a new page to add the form to.

Once you click the Add form button and select the registration form it will be added to your page for you to publish.

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How to Add Signature Ads After Post Content in WordPress

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Adding Signatures or advertisements after your posts is not always easy to do. We have tackled this problem and in this video we will show you how to display signatures or ads after your post content.

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Our primary method we would recommend would be to install and activate the Insert Post Ads plugin:

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Once activated there will be a Post Adverts section in your admin area for you to configure the plugin’s settings such as where the ads are enabled to show.

With that configured you can create ads using Post Adverts, Add New either adding your advert code or your signature.

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