Discussion on Depicto - Login & Registration Form Pack


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there are some form fields which i need extra like country , mobile number etc etc , can i customize myself using the documentation , i understand html but m not a programmer

please clarify so as i can buy it , thx


A telephone would just be an input field with some validation so it only allows 11 numerical values. Country could just be a simple dropdown as well.

N.B. This isn’t a functioning form, it would need to be plugged to a PHP back end to actually send/recieve data.


Hi, Can I have this form pop up upon the visiting of my site? I.E prompting users to subscribe?

If so, is it included already? Or how easy can this be done with this form?


It isn’t functionality included already, but it’s quite simple to implement. An easy way would be to show the form on page load, but hide when the user either submits or closes. Or you can add a timeout for it as well. (You can delve into cookies as well, if you only want the form to appear once per user).

To keep it simple, display the form on load, (blur the background if you wish). When the user submits the form, or when the form is closed just fire off a function to change to whole div to hidden.

function closeSubscription() {                         document.getElementById("container_reg").style.display = 'none';

Or a timeout:

function closeSubscription() {    
setTimeout(function() {
                            $("#container_reg").hide('fade', {}, 500)
                        }, 5000);

A close button is just a hyperlink linking to the function:

<a id="myBtn" class="myBtn" onclick="closeSubscription()">X</a>

There may be cleaner ways to do this, but this is a simple way which works really well :)

Hello.. I just bought this theme, but dosent work on Internet Explorer. there is any way to solve it?


Hey, What version of IE are you using?


Fantastic script, very well documented :)

But in the header, there is a call to a css file not found in the zip:

<link href=”style/responsive.css” rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/css”> <!- Links to our responsive design for our login boxes ->

Where can I get it from? Thank you.


Sorry for the late reply, the comment didn’t flag up on CodeCanyon for some reason, only ThemeForest!

Sorry I must of left that in by mistake, I’m making it responsive, but it was going to be a phase 2 development, if the item was to sell well.

Do you specifically need it to be responsive?

Best Regards,

Hi, yes, responsive should be perfect! Regards,

This is some great work Sniperactic. I would really love to see some validation built in to make a perfect product. Password matching and length on registration, valid email, etc. Any plans?

Hi Joshua,

I had to keep the Javascript and jQuery to a minimum to be able to use the CSS section. I can try and post updates, but not 100% sure they will allow a lot of Javascript and jQuery functionality to be added.

if I ask additional work (add a paypal and payza) as field selector on the form, what does it cost ?

Hi, How much to actually make it work on my server? I didn’t see instructions in the documentation.

Hey, How far have you got? Got a link to the page you have uploaded anything to?

Hi – You can see it here: http://greeneyegraphics.com/3DSports/form.html

Thanks for your help!

Hi, What doesn’t seem to be working? This is only the layout of the form, you will just need to connect it to a PHP login script to progress.

Hi, Thanks for getting back to me. I have no idea how to do that. How much would you charge for that and to make it work?

Sorry, I was logged in under the client’s account – that last reply is mine. Thanks!

Good ! GLWS!