I am not a JS guy but let me see if I can write it. I'll post it here for your comments....
well, guess bartenders should be relieved of #Type Checking# the user name visually
Since we are hoping to get an upgrade in the "not to distant future" (perhaps I am being optimistic), now would not be a great time to get into alot of hacking effort.
Any donations to Paul Wheatons penny jar would be helpful (and keep Brenda from going after him with a frying pan if he uses the grocery money). The best way to do that would be to buy some books from amazon using links from the BunkHouse.
There is no place in the UBB Control panel to allow for additional functionality to be inserted into the registration page.
You can research the software capabilities at Infopop.
Originally posted by Jim Bertorelli:
hmmm....I'm sorry if I sound a little pushy but what's dynamic in that page? I'll bet that the perl program is picking up some static html file and serving it up. You have already customized it's look by inserting html so what's the big deal in adding a couple of lines more?
You can specify which options are available on the registration page. This is done through an admin function that comes with the product. The perl program then dynamically builds the registration page based on which functions you have activated. For example, you can specify that no registration is complete until the user has responded to a verification e-mail.