How can I modify the HTML for the page that shows up when a new affiliate enters his details and clicks Submit?
Specifically, I would like to make the text that instructs the user to check their email for a password REALLY BOLD AND RED, because people have trouble reading.
Ideally, is there a hook for this?
Even better, the new affiliate should be able to enter their password when they sign up and not have to go through the rigmarole of checking their email and yada yada.
More on my previous topic:
The page that is created with class_affiliates_registration.php (Line 265) is rather agricultural when an affiliate first signs up. Ideally, a filter would allow me to change the look of the page.
Alternatively, put the text re. the confirmation link in the email right at the top, add CSS styling to the paragraphs, and ditch the login inputs.
The Log In link that appears on the registration page after a new affiliate registers point to wp-login.php?checkemail=confirm
This is all cool except that it doesn’t work when WordPress has been installed in a subfolder like /wordpress, which means the link should then be wordpress/wp-login.php?checkemail=confirm
The erroneous code is on line 271 of class-affiliates-registration.php
Please pose a fix for this as soon as possible.
In the mean time I will make a 301 redirect as a workaround.