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  • tim rourke commented on the plugin Turn of elgg Registrations
    Well, here are my adventures with this plugin so far. I have never installed a plugin on elgg or anything else before. I got ftp working.  I found this "mod" directory in  the leg. I went to the " turn off elgg registrations" site and hit...
  • tim rourke replied on the discussion topic basic security question; screen new members
      Well, here are my adventures with this plugin so far. I have never installed a plugin on elgg or anything else before. I got ftp working.  I found this "mod" directory in  the leg. I went to the " turn off elgg registrations" site... view reply
  • tim rourke added a new discussion topic basic security question; screen new members in the group Elgg Technical Support
    I just started an elgg.  Before I even begin inviting a few people to try it out, I need to know how to set up the log in features properly.  I created a test person, and registered it with no problem. I filled out  a form and got a...
    • I like this one and it has a spot for you to instruct how you want your people to register 

      Turn off elgg Registrations

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      Well, here are my adventures with this plugin so far. I have never installed a plugin on elgg or anything else before. I got ftp working.  I found this "mod" directory in  the leg. I went to the " turn off elgg registrations" site and hit "download".  What I got is four objects.  One was  a folder called views,  the other was a folder called languages, and  there were two files.  I dragged them out of the downloader and shot them into fetch.  

       

      Then I went to the admin site  and I found "views" and I tried opening it. I got this message.

       

      views is a misconfigured plugin. It has been disabled. Please search the elgg wiki for possible causes (http://docs.elgg.org/wiki/).

       

      I removed the  four objects  I put into mod, and tried the whole thing all over again. Same result.  Now I am at a complete dead loss. 

       

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    • Lovegin John

      You need to the plugin with its parent folder into the mods directory. For example, if your plugin directory is 'registrations' where you have views, languages etc, you put the registration directory into the mod directory.

      So it looks like,

      mod/registrations
      mod/registrations/views
      mod/registrations/languages
      mod/registrations/start.php etc.

      Please let me know if it still does not work.

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