Template editing, where is defined {register_window:spansize}

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  • Hi,

    I am trying to edit template, and I see there is a variable which define bootstrap column size, the variable name is:


    How we can define this for our custom template?

    I suppose (and this is what I do) we can just simple ignore it, and remove.

    But this return col-md-12 or col-md-6 for register.tpl (depend if social login are enabled or not).

    Now I don't want left and right, but top and bottom (top social link and bottom register form).

    I can only remove {register_window:spansize} and add my cols class.


  • Hey @kamov, the value is shown here: /api/register, and can be altered in /routes/api.js, I'd imagine.

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    @Danny said:

    I have a fairly simple question - is there a permalink that will take a user to their own profile, or even better yet, to the "edit" page within their own profile?

    Oh cool you can use variables. I didn't know that. You learn something new everyday with this. 👍