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8/2/2013 2:43 AM

i am using version 6.2.7 and when I click register link register popup gets open with title as "MyWebsite > Home" I want to change this to "Register" text.

Please provide me the way to do so.

Thanking You.
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8/2/2013 3:07 AM
please check page settings in Admin > Site Settings. The Registration page might not be configured

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold

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8/2/2013 3:15 AM
Sorry I dint got you.
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8/8/2013 8:02 AM

You need to do some customization by writing few lines of code to 'DesktopModules\Admin\Security\Register.ascx.cs' file.
Like DNN default login control page is doing. Write following code under OnInit method:

            var myPage = (DotNetNuke.Framework.CDefault)Page;
            myPage.Title = LocalizeString("Title.Text");

Then you need to add value for key 'Title.Text' to resource file i.e, (DesktopModules\Admin\Security\App_LocalResources\Register.ascx.resx).

Sibabrata Dash
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7/12/2014 5:25 AM
I know its an old thread, but the problem partially still exist in 7.2 so heres my solution for that version (dunno if its been fixed in 7.3 which is the latest version at the time im wirting this)

Inspired by ur reply Sibabrata, i looked up the code in login.ascx.cs where it sets the title of the page, which i copied and reused for the register.ascx.cs

From that I ended up with thise snippet:

// Code to set title of the Register popup in localization files

   var myPage = (CDefault) Page;

   myPage.Title = Localization.GetString("ControlTitle_register", LocalResourceFile);

// End of title code

Which I placed in register.ascx.cs right under the line "base.OnInit(e);

The funny thing is though, that when I afterwards went into the resourcefile (register.ascx.resx) the key "Controltitle_register" was already there and in my local language it was also present and even translated as part of the language pack.

So I didn't have to add them in, but it looks like they actually did intend to add in the title control for the registration page, but just forgot to add the code in the ascx.cs somehow.

As mentioned, I dunno if its been fixed in 7.3, but I also dunno when the key for the resourcefiles were added in, so the above solution may work on pre 7.2 as well to some extend.



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