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it isn't possible, because first step of registration form is a "email validation".

Note that on next page is no field to insert email address.

first step is necessary in this case.

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Ok vekia..

could see what was done on this page? www.extasetotal.com.br
he created a direct link to the registration page.
 
 
thanks again!

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You can get the direct link to the Create Account form adding the parameter create_account=1, this will skip the email verification and go directly to the form.

For example:

{$link->getPageLink('authentication', true)|escape:'html':'UTF-8'}?create_account=1

I've tested it on PS 1.6.0.8 and is working.

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Yes, it works as the standard register form.

 

I found this method trying to send a direct link to the registration form, from the referralprogram email invitation (Which apparently has many flaws and missing details).

You can also add other parameters, in my case for example I've added the sponsored name, lastname, email and sponsor email, so the registration form is auto filled with that information when the invited person enter it.

You can get the url $_GET parameters from smarty with the smarty get parameter, for example {$smarty.get.sponsored_name} and place the variable directly on the form value.

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Where do I have to add this line?

{$link->getPageLink('authentication', true)|escape:'html':'UTF-8'}?create_account=1

 

there where you want to add button with link to register page.

the question is: where you want to add this link? everything depends on it!

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if you want to create link on external site (not prestashop) you have to use html not smarty code.

<a href="http://yourwebsite.com/link-to-authenticate?create_account=1'>http://yourwebsite.com/link-to-authenticate?create_account=1">This is link</a>

of course replace:

http://yourwebsite.com/link-to-authenticate

with link to your authenticate page

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