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  1. Thank you Robin; that is very helpful! Much better than trying to break login/register apart.
  2. It's this one: https://modules.processwire.com/modules/login-register/ I'm not sure what I'd point out in code specifics. I'm analyzing the best way to break it up or make available the common methods if I use them in different templates/pages, but it's not the place I envisioned spending this much time. Maybe I was hoping for a more recommended or usable module. :-0
  3. I like the idea of processwire. I grabbed the login register module, which covers everything needed for login, registration and password reset. Next I need to expand the module to have password change, password reset, etc on separate linked pages, along with adding a couple more member/profile sections that would be on separate pages. I don't want everything on one continuous page. I'm thinking child pages here, but I'm having a terrible time separating the components in the login/register module. I'm now trying to split out the functions of the login/register module, but it's turning into almost separate modules with some duplicate code. With the time spent so far, it's coming to the point that writing some from scratch would take less time. Processwire is far more sensible than Wordpress, but maybe I took a wrong turn by using the login/register module. It almost seems like it's only partially done in the manner of Processwire.
  4. Thank you BitPoet. I didn't see that right away.
  5. Nevermind. "show system templates" is not an option on the menu breakout, but available when actually choosing "templates" This might belong here since I'm new to processwire, but as far as adding fields in the profile form (or fields used in the module in general, it states: " If you do not see all the fields you need, add them to the “user” template first and then come back here. Only standard fields may be used on the front-end (no files, repeaters, richtext, multi-value, combined fields, etc.). " I'm not sure what the "user" template is. I do have a template associated with the page that this module is connected with. I have added additional fields to that template, but I do not see them in the dropdown when trying to add them. Furthermore it states: " By default, the email and password fields are required for both forms. You may want to add more fields. To do this, you’ll need to add fields to your “user” template. You can add fields to your user template in the admin by going to “Setup > Templates > Show system templates > user”. " There is no "show system templates".
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