steveingham 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Is it possible to customise the login pages for vendors and users. As I welcome vendors in I want to have an application process / form that people fill in to apply to be a supplier. Is it also possible to change what they see after they login or apply?
Thanksihor 2 weeks, 4 days ago developer
Please try adding custom vendor profile fields in Vendors/Attributes section. If there’s at least 1 required field then there will be an additional Complete Profile step in the listing submission process. If you don’t require vendors to add at least 1 listing please enable direct vendor registration in HivePress/Settings/Vendors. Then users will be able to register as vendors directly via “/register-vendor” URL. For example you can add this URL to the main menu with some custom label, e.g. “Become a Supplier”.joelblack 2 weeks, 3 days ago
I can not get /register-vendor to do anything, it just shows a login page. I want the vendor to be able to register and fill out their profile, but I cant figure out how. Can you help?ihor 2 weeks, 3 days ago developer
If the current user is not logged in then the first step in the vendor registration process is registering/logging in, please try to sign in (or register) – there should be a redirect to the vendor registration form then (if there’s at least 1 required vendor field in Vendor/Attributes section).joelblack 2 weeks, 1 day ago
Oh, I see, thank you for the information.
Thank you Ihor. I have used the vendor/attribute setting so they are required to set up their profile.
How do I change the header appearance based on whether someone is;
– logged in as a vendor
– logged out
– logged in through a membership plan
Especially how do I hide the ‘list a service’ button in the menu top right corner
Also how do you change the requests page that people complete?ihor 1 week, 6 days ago developer
1. It’s possible, but this requires a few PHP/CSS tweaks, please check this topic https://hivepress.io/support/topic/add-listing-button-visible-by-role/#post-19035 The Add Listing button is visible by default in case if some user decides to become a vendor later (since Complete Profile is the first step in the listing submission process).
2. If you mean adding custom fields to the request form please try adding request attributes in Requests/Attributes section.steveingham 1 week, 6 days ago
“2. If you mean adding custom fields to the request form please try adding request attributes in Requests/Attributes section.”
Ah perfect thanks! how do I edit the ‘title’ and ‘description’ fields as they do not appear as attributes?ihor 1 week, 5 days ago developer
Built-in fields are not editable via the back-end by default, but some changes are possible without code snippets, for example it’s possible to change the field labels via Loco Translate https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BeaYWYUHvHI&ab_channel=HivePress Please let me know if other changes are required.
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