To allow users to create their own user accounts on your site, you'll need to enable Public Registration. Several options are available to customize how this works.
- Off: Disables user registration. New user accounts must be created through the Dashboard by an administrator.
- On - email validation: Your Concrete CMS site sends an email to the new user's address with a unique link that must be clicked before the account is activated.
- On - approve manually: Accounts will be created but remain inactive until an administrator activates the new account from the user profile edit screen.
- On - signup and go: New accounts will be created immediately.
- Send email when a user registers: this sends an alert email to a specific email address. Helpful for sites set to require manual approval of new user accounts.
- CAPTCHA required: Forces users to solve a CAPTCHA before registration form submission.
- Enable OpenID: Allows users to log in using OpenID credentials.
- Use emails for login: Requires user to log in using their registered email address in place of their username.
Enabling registration will add a new "Register here!" button to your login page:
Clicking the button will send users to a registration form where they can create a username, password and all other required attributes: