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This plugin allows users to register themselves for Textpattern accounts.

This plugin is designed to enable community driven sites. Users will be able to register themselves for an account to access the system.


Allow registered users to change and reset password

A companion for cbe_frontauth: users can change and reset passwords for frontend.


Manage many users, groups and privilege settings from a single interface

Maintaining many user accounts (e.g. self-registered accounts) is no longer a chore. Provides complete user, privilege and group (role) management.


Authors can connect from frontend to their backend account

This plugin answers an old question asked in the french forum: se connecter depuis une page du site.

It can be summarized as “I want to be able from the site to connect to my Textpattern account, and if I am connected to see something special for me”.


Displays link to authors posts if they have published an article.

Useful for team pages


Switch the role of Publisher account(s) on-the-fly and navigate the admin side as that user level would.

Alter the privileges of Publisher accounts on-the-fly to experience the admin side as that user level.


Unlog me and site admin

Escape logging. Strip Textpattern’s visitor logs from records caused by site admins and staff, and IPs of your choosing.


Output special class name on admin comments

What does it do? Renders classname if commentator’s e-mail matches your parameter. Usage <txp:gva_commentclass authormail="admins@mailaddress.com"…


Collect any additional bio info for your TXP user base. It's like custom fields for authors.

Completely configure additional biographical information for TXP authors. Phone, cell, address, department, preferred contact mechanism, favourite ice cream flavour, whatever you wish. Data is collected via the standard Admin->User tab.


Author bio/profile section plus glue to continue using built-in author functionality

Link author names to a section containing an article per author, much like bos_author, but also provides some extra behind-the-scenes glue between author sections and article searches by author name.

All 1086 articles are stored in the treasure rooms that are the Archives.
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