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Picture of Ilona Lasica
How to change registration text
 

Hello everyone!

I'm using moodle 1.9.2 and I would like to change the

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Hi! For full access to courses you'll need to take a minute to create a new account for yourself on this web site. Each of the individual courses may also have a one-time "enrolment key", which you won't need until later. Here are the steps:

  1. Fill out the New Account form with your details.
  2. An email will be immediately sent to your email address.
  3. Read your email, and click on the web link it contains.
  4. Your account will be confirmed and you will be logged in.
  5. Now, select the course you want to participate in.
  6. If you are prompted for an "enrolment key" - use the one that your teacher has given you. This will "enrol" you in the course.
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which appears on my first page for the registration. Any help on this? I only found how to change the email sent after the registration and moodle docs seems to be unavailable now.

Thank you in advance!

 
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Picture of Lev Abramov
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Picture of Ilona Lasica
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Thank you very much! Request solved! smile

 
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Picture of Michael Wallace
Re: How to change registration text
 

In Moodle 2.3.x it is a configuration option, about halfway down this page:

  • Site administration > Plugins > Authentication > Manage authentication
 
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Picture of madhu bheemagani
Re: How to change registration text
 

go to   (moodle\ lang\en\moodle.php)

you can change existing text here for permanent.

or

In Site administration, select Language > Language editing > Edit words or phrases > Choose file to edit > select moodle.php > locate the string to edit and make changes > Save

Regards

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madhu commlab

 
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Picture of richa rathore
Re: How to change registration text
 

Hi All,

Need your help.

I am using moodle 2.2.6. I have kept the force password change setting for my users. How do I change the text at the change password screen which says:

"The password must have at least 8 characters, at least 1 digit(s), at least 1 lower case letter(s), at least 1 upper case letter(s), at least 1 non-alphanumeric character(s)"

I checked the moodle.php in lang/en but not able to find this text to change.

Please help.

Thanks

Richa Rathore

 
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Tim at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
Re: How to change registration text
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Do you want to change the text that is displayed, or do you want to change what the password policy is?

If the latter, Admin -> Security -> Site policies.

If the former, why do you want to remove this helpful text? but Language_customization applies, as normal.

 
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Picture of richa rathore
Re: How to change registration text
 

Thanks Tim for your response.

I want to custimize the displayed text a bit s have to include some more info along with the available text.

I tried using language customization/ moodle.php but couldnt ble to find the mentioned statement there.

OR, let me know how i can put my message on this screen.

Thanks

Richa Rathore

 
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Picture of Farhan Karmali
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Hi Richa.

 

The string you are looking for is in /auth.php search for the string

informpasswordpolicy.
 
The standard text is
The password must have {$a}
You can add text there . I don't know about changing $a , it might involve hacking not sure
 
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Picture of Ken Duus
Re: How to change registration text
 

I have modified this 'informpasswordpolicy' string for my site, and also included within that string a 'Username' policy, since there does not seem to be any 'informusernamepolicy' string (see attached image),

It would be useful to have a separate 'informusernamepolicy' string, since there are username policies in place.

 

 


 
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