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[SOLVED] Change Customer Registration Link


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Hello, we're going to use Prestashop and have it almost ready, but we've found an issue: using the webservice, I've imported the users we already have on our website. What I want to do now is that when a new customer want to register an account, he should register on our website, not on Prestashop. I've found the file authentication.tpl in the themes/classic/templates/customer/ folder which contains the following code:

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{extends file='page.tpl'}

{block name='page_title'}
  {l s='Log in to your account' d='Shop.Theme.Customeraccount'}
{/block}

{block name='page_content'}
    {block name='login_form_container'}
      <section class="login-form">
        {render file='customer/_partials/login-form.tpl' ui=$login_form}
      </section>
      <hr/>
      {block name='display_after_login_form'}
        {hook h='displayCustomerLoginFormAfter'}
      {/block}
      <div class="no-account">
        <a href="{$urls.pages.register}" data-link-action="display-register-form">
          {l s='No account? Create one here' d='Shop.Theme.Customeraccount'}
        </a>
      </div>
    {/block}
{/block}

I thought that if I change this section

 

<div class="no-account">
        <a href="{$urls.pages.register}" data-link-action="display-register-form">
          {l s='No account? Create one here' d='Shop.Theme.Customeraccount'}
        </a>
</div>

To this

<div class="no-account">
        <a href="http://www.domain.com/registratio" >
          {l s='No account? Create one here' d='Shop.Theme.Customeraccount'}
        </a>
</div>

It would work, but nothing happened. If I go to the login page, the link for new customer registration is still the same than before the change.

How can I change this link and achieve what I'm searching for?

 

Thank you and best regards

Edited by angel_dope (see edit history)

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By the way, if it helps anyone else, the correct folder is /your-theme/customer/ and the file is authentication.tpl 

And also I've disabled the guest checkout and the paypal express payment, so there's no way for customers to register new users through prestashop ;)

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  • 1 year later...

That's strange. I did the exact same thing, with no results whatsoever. Even renamed the file to see if it broke the website (if it was being used), but it didn't. And I did clear the cache twice, and CTRL + F5. 

I wish there was an easy way to track down the files used by the site, but even the inspector can only tell me so much.

 

EDIT: Turns out something did change, but not where I wanted it to change. I changed the link on the login page. I want to change the link on the top menu bar where users can register directly. Guess I'll keep looking!

Edited by Higino (see edit history)

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