Recover password & Register page as a feature

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3/12/2013 1:38:36 AM
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Recover password & Register page as a feature

Hi Is it possible to have "Recover password" & "Register page" as a feature just like "sign in module"
Since I would like to show it on menu 
Parent Menu      My Account
Child page         --Forgot Password
                            --Login
                            --Register

When i click on My Account .I would like to show All the child menus on Left Content pane.

I have created New page as Login & added Sign in module in it.
But for "Forgot Password" & "Register" this facility is not available.
The problem is that When i click on Forgot password or Registration .Flow goes on different page & all Child menus disappeared.
That problem doesnt occur with Login Page.
                
If you have any other solution for this please let me know .
I have used Inbuilt pages of mojo Portal for Registration & Forgot Password.

 

3/12/2013 8:20:30 AM
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Re: Recover password & Register page as a feature

I would suggest making your menu links go to the pages already generated by mojoPortal.

If you want to customize those pages, use the body classes that are already on them. I'm not sure I understood you correctly, but if you're having an issue where your menu isn't showing up on those pages, you can use the following tags to force it to show up on those pages:

<add key="HideMenusOnLoginPage" value="false" />
<add key="HideMenusOnRegisterPage" value="false" />
<add key="HideMenusOnPasswordRecoveryPage" value="false" />
<add key="HideMenusOnChangePasswordPage" value="false" />
<add key="HideAllMenusOnProfilePage" value="false" />
<add key="HidePageMenuOnProfilePage" value="false" />
<add key="HideMenusOnSiteMap" value="false" />
<add key="HidePageMenusOnSiteMap" value="false" />

These can all be added to the user.config. I think all of them default to "true". Set the values as needed.

3/12/2013 8:22:44 AM
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Re: Recover password & Register page as a feature

Also, I think the "sign in" module provides links to the recover password and register pages? The register page may be more important to you, but the recover password page is not regularly used, so having a full menu item for it seems a bit much to me, as long as it is readily accessible from the login page (since that's the place people will want to navigate to it from).

3/15/2013 3:20:43 AM
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Re: Recover password & Register page as a feature

Thanks for the suggestions.
I applied custom css class to register page .
I also added keys in user.config .
but still no change.I applied different skin just for My Account & its submenus which will show child menu in left panel.all the other pages like (Login page,Order history,Transaction) show child menu the problem only occur with Register & Recover password page .
Can you give me any idea how can i achieve this .I would like to show all child menu to show up on register page & recover password page also.

3/15/2013 5:27:49 AM
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Re: Recover password & Register page as a feature

Hi Ray Carter,

I have a suggestion for you, if you're very sure about showing the "Register" and "Recover Password" links then try to hard code that as a component into the Control that will list the Child Menu.

Thanks.

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