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Hi, Pre-order question:

Can I use your script to only show parts of the web page code to logged-in users?

For example, To show this code for logged-in users only: Hello USER,

The rest of page HTML code will be available to all visitors as “Guest” users.


Yes,its implemented on homepage of script.You can replicate the same logic on your desired web pages.See for yourself

Hi, please add any payment method…i am looking for update, could you tell me about progress?

Hello, I noticed that there was this problem earlier in the comments:

“In error log, showing this: PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘)’, expecting ‘(’ in /home/xxx/signup.php on line 108 PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘)’, expecting ‘(’ in /home/xxx/login.php on line 168”.

I downloaded this today, and I still get the error? I’m using PHP 5.4.45

Ah, ok. I thought that I saw somewhere that this works with 5.4, but I think I have seen wrong! Thank you!

Why would you use PHP 5.4 ? Its not like that you have to pay for it. About the issue, me being a developer try to follow latest syntax practices.Somehow the syntax I used on login and signup pages is not recognised by 5.4.On login page I wrote the logic to check if you supplied social login parameters for a social provider in Config.class.php only then it will show that social provider’s icon on the page.Thats it.So if you don’t want to update the PHP, just remove those lines.Rest of the script works fine with 5.4.But still for best results I would recommend updating your PHP

Well because the linux distro in the computer I installed this is so old, that I need to also update the distro to update to 5.6, so I thought of trying it out there before installing to the actual target machine. But I guess it’s good to update that test machine also every once in a while. ;)

Hi. Is it possible to add new menu links with user restriction here?


I just bought your script and i always test it in localhost and edit it before putting it live out there.


Captcha: Not showing at all during registration or login

The same goes for social network login. Nothing is showing. The frame and names are there, but nothing craphical.

What can the problem be?

On mobile, the navigation menu collapses into a mobile nav and can be accessed from top left nav icon.
And about Show/Hide button,you need to long press it(2 sec till the menu pops up) to access it as its on auto hide mode on PC.
Just to let you know,its very quite difficult to make tables mobile friendly,I would suggest you to check “Request Desktop Site” in chrome option if you are finding trouble using it on mobile.

The problem is that the Icon wont show on mobile, only when i change to request PC version.

But again, its not a big problem since almost none of my users use mobile.

Another question. I see on some scripts that it has UTF-8. But i need the contact form to accept the norwegian character Æ Ø and Å. If i write in the form table accept-charset=UTF-8 then there is no change.

If i change form to accept-charset=ISO-8859-1 then the fields in the contact form with those characters just disapear.

Any idea?

Sorry,Don’t know much about this.You could try this in header,instead of form tag
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">

Does this script do server side validation error feedback for the user? The reason I’m asking is that I turned off Javascript in the browser and it let me submit with an email “myemail@gmail” without the .com. It sent me to a Registration successful page but thankfully didn’t enter it into the DB. Any plans on adding appropriate feedback when Javascript is disabled?

You could enforce user to enable Javascript by placing a noscript tag in includes/header.php just before </head>

    <style type="text/css">

    <div class="noscriptmsg valign-wrapper" style="height:100vh;min-height:100vh;background-color:#ddd;">
        <div style="width:800px; margin:0 auto;">
             <h3 class="valign center-align">You don't have JavaScript enabled. Please enable it.</h3>

How do I reformat the error messages. I’d like to place them underneath the fields.

To reformat errors or change the placement of errors,you need to have knowledge of Css. To shift errors to the bottom of fields.Edit style.css Change sign-input width to 100%

.sign-input { width: 100% !important; }


I have a couple of questions: 1) When a user used Social Sign-up with Facebook to sign up, can the same user login with the same Facebook password if he choose not to log in with Social login? I tested it by signing up with Facebook Social, but when I login in with the regular login form and used my Facebook password, it does not log me in. 2) The Forgotten Password does not send a link to a user email, I tried both Google email and Live email in the Config.class.php without sucess. 3) When logged in as an Admin and tried to write a user an email, it gives me an error: Unfortunately,There is some error.Please try again. Please help me solve these problems, thank you very much.

1). Facebook or any other social provider never shares user’s password.So your facebook password won’t work.You will receive a random password via email on facebook signup.
2). Since your outgoing email is not working.Email configurations is incorrect in Config.class.php
And you tried both Google and Live,means your server is blocking the outgoing port or blocking the use of third party Mail provider. Ask your hosting provider for correct settings for PHPMailer.