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I've got a user registration form on my site, using the code from Craft's documentation. How can I get the form working so it asks the user to enter their email address and password twice? Can Craft take care of that or do I need to use client-side JS validation?

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This is something you should let JavaScript take care of. Craft does not check a 'second' email or password field, so you should make sure the two field values are identical before posting the values to Craft's controller.

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If anyone is interested in confirming passwords still, I have wrote a plugin which does just this, it doesn't rely on it's own controller either so there is no bypassing of Crafts own workings :)

https://github.com/alecritson/Craft-Password-Confirm

All you need to do is add a passwordConfirm field to your existing form:

<input type="password" name="passwordConfirm">
{% if account is defined %}
  {{ account.getErrors('passwordConfirm') }}
{% endif %}

It doesn't confirm emails though..sorry

  • This is great, and can easily be modified to support confirm email as well! – SublymeRick Mar 9 '17 at 18:21
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In addition to letting JavaScript take care of the extra front-end logic, you could also write a plugin that exposes a controller that does the extra email and password sameness checks from PHP.

If those are equal, then it would just pass the data off to craft()->users->saveUser(), otherwise, return any validation errors back to the template.

  • Thanks Brad - will bear that in mind for the future if I ever manage to get my head around OO PHP :) – darylknight Sep 12 '14 at 15:24

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