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4/13/2018 9:24 AM
 

Hi, 

In light of GDPR being introduced in the UK in May we are looking to tailor our registration page with a terms and conditions checkbox for users to check on registration and next login. We have setup a new required checkbox using profile properties and were hoping to turn the label for this into a clickable link to show the terms as recommended some years ago in this topic:

http://www.dnnsoftware.com/forums/threadid/314064/scope/posts/add-agreen-terms-condition-checkbox-on-registration-page-along-with-link-to-terms-condition-pa

This no longer seems to work as after putting a link into the localisation, the text remains as unclickable. 

Does anyone have any possible solution for this in DNN9?

Perhaps if not making the Question clickable then adding a read only scrollable text box with the terms? Have tried this as a profile property without much luck. 

 

Thanks, 

 

Scott

 
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4/13/2018 4:47 PM
 
I wrote this https://www.dnncreative.com/Tutorials... 13 years ago...

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4/16/2018 7:40 AM
 
Mariette Knap wrote:
I wrote this https://www.dnncreative.com/Tutorials... 13 years ago...

Hi Mariette, 

I've actually been following this guide already after finding it on Google.

As per my original post, everything works fine except the link to the Terms and Conditions which is not being turned into a link. It is just remaining as normal text. 

Have you ever tested this successfully with a later version of DNN?

Regards

Scott

 
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4/16/2018 9:00 AM
 
Have now got this working.

Seems to be working OK for new users however when signing in as an existing user, I cannot seem to click the link. Instead it just checks/unchecks the checkbox. Its as if the whole row, label and all is the control for the checkbox which is overriding the link to the Terms.

Anyone else experienced this?

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