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Posted:  24 Oct 2014 15:11
Hi Roel,

Currently if a person registers or changes their data etc it stays on that screen. If the calendar is in an iframe they have to hit the link for that page again or refresh the page to display it again with the calendar.

After registration or change of data where it says their password has been sent, either refresh the page after a few seconds when they see the message or have a link that will display or refresh the page.

http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd247/Danwest_02/Addlinktocalendar_zps1ddd7109.png

Regards,
Dan
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Posted:  24 Oct 2014 19:42
Hi Dan,

I'm afraid I need some further explanation.
Currently the sequence is as follows:
1. The user clicks the Log In button at the right side of the navigation bar and the Log In page displays
2. The user selects "Register" and the Registration page displays
3. The user fills in Username and Email and selects "Register"
4. A message appears saying "Registration successful - Your password has been sent to you via email" and the Log In page is displayed
5. User reads email and uses received password to log in.

So why should there be a Calendar button on the Log In page, whilst the user should fill in the password and select "Login" to go to the calendar?

Regards,
Roel
Posted:  24 Oct 2014 21:04
Yes the log in is right there and as you mention they can go to their email get their password and enter it. What if they don't want to log in at that point?

I know you would think if they just registered they would want to log in but they might not if they can view the calendar without being logged in. If the page is displayed they can view the calendar or log in from there as well.

It was just a thought.

Regards,
Dan
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Posted:  24 Oct 2014 21:47
But what to do if the public user (not logged in user) has no read access? (If self-registration is enabled, this will be often the case)
If there would be a Calendar button on the Log In page, then this button would call up again the Log In window (which is already displayed) and consequently would have no effect.

Regards,
Roel
Posted:  25 Oct 2014 04:17
Good point. I just assumed if they allowed self registration the view would be public.
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