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  • #8409
    Nicholas
    Participant

    Hi,

    I have a question, I tried placing the code – /* Removes the Apply to become a vendor from the WooCommerce My Account Page – WC Vendors */
    remove_action( ‘register’, array( $this, ‘vendor_option’ ) );

    but it seems the box still appears here: http://dentalalley.com/register/
    Any help will be appreciated

    Thanks

    #8422
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    Hi Nicholas,

    That code is correct, and I visited the website you linked and I don’t see the “Apply to become a vendor” text at all? Looks like it works? 🙂

    Ben

    #8425
    Nicholas
    Participant

    Hi ben,

    unfortunately it still didn’t work.. I am trying to create two different log in forms for two different groups of users 1- visitors (general) 2- dentists

    if I would like to just show it on the dentists form, what code should I use?

    Thanks

    #8427
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    Hi Nicholas,

    The easiest thing to do would be to use the /my-account/ page for Dentists to login, and then use a separate plugin with a login shortcode for your regular website visitors. There’s a number of these plugins on wordpress.org, you’ll just have to experiment and see which one does the layout you like best and has the options you want. There’s a hundred of them. 🙂

    Cheers

    Ben

    #8456
    Nicholas
    Participant

    Hi,

    I see in that case is it possible to have more than 2 custom forms for other “visitors”? Is there a short code where I can just place on the page to show the “apply to be vendor” box?

    Thanks

    #8457
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    If a user is logged in, and they visit /vendor_dashboard/ then it will ask them to apply to become a vendor first. There is no shortcode for this, it’s just the page. But, the user must be logged in otherwise they will simply be redirected to /my-account/ to sign up for an account.

    You could add some text to the /my-account/ template through WooCommerce to instruct vendors on how to register as a vendor. A simple link to a page that gives them instructions would probably be a good idea and then entice them on the page as to the reasons they should sign up. Whatever works for your site, really!

    Ben

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