This documentation is not using the current rendering mechanism and will be deleted by December 31st, 2020. The extension maintainer should switch to the new system. Details on how to use the rendering mechanism can be found here.

Get a front-end user login (any possibly registration) running

Choose a login box extension and a front-end user registration extension, install and configure them. On my site, I use felogin and sr_feuser_register , but you may want to use others. You can leave out the front-end user registration extension if you don’t want front-end users to be able to create their own accounts.

If you use the extension sr_feuser_register , make sure that the salutation modes of that extension and the seminars extension are the same so that your users get a consistent experience.

Make sure that you make the following fields required, or this extension won’t work properly: name, email, username

If a user is on the detail view page of an event and wants to register, he’s shown a link to the login page. The URL provided there contains the information to redirect the user directly to the registration page after login. Important: This feature works only with felogin !

It is possible to show the events title and date on the login page, by setting up the event headline view on the login page.To do so, insert a page content element on the login page containing the seminars plug- inand set the view to „event headline.“If a user clicks on the register link of an event, the title and date of the event will be shown on the login page.