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This is what shows up on the live form:
To clarify, the issue is not so much with hiding the field. I think I wasn’t so clear on that until I really started working with the plugin. The real issue is that the default value has been added to a “read only” custom field in the form builder. This value is not populating the field, whether, hidden or showing in the live registration form.
The issue is not with hiding the field, that is handled with the “show in Admin only”
The problem is that the default value is not populating the field. When “show in Admin only” is unchecked, The custom field shows up on the registration form but the default value is not there. When inspected, the form code shows value=””.
I purchased the Addon in order to be able to use hidden fields but it seems that with your instructions I only need CSS not a premium plugin.
Also, the custom field is set to “Read Only” yet it can be selected and typed in.
I purchased and installed the form builder addon to see if I could get the functionality I’m looking for. I built a new registration form with an added custom field. In the form builder I added a default value to the custom field but that value is not populating the field on the registration page. Ideally, I want the field to “show in Admin only” but also add the default value to the member profile when a new member’s registration form is submitted.
Currently, I have to add the default value manually in the wordpress dashboard.
The wordpress version is 5.8. I am using WP theme Twenty Twenty-One.
I am using the form builder add-on but we are finding that text fields do not have validation option that can prevent people from tapping in a few spaces with the space bar to get around entering content.
The username field shows an error message “Letter, number, underscore or email allowed” if you add spaces with the space bar. How can I add that type of validation error to custom text fields, address, city, state, zipcode fields?
We are using eMember because our woocommerce store purchases are limited to members only. Membership is free but limited to people from a specific profession so accounts are also approved manually. Pricing is hidden and can be viewed by logged in members only.
I was thinking of the woocommerce checkout form that includes billing address, etc. The woocommerce registration form is limited to username, email address and password fields.
So, getting back to the emember registration form
1. How can fields be validated so that user has to enter a valid content – such as a phone number that has minimum of 10 digits, fields must have text characters not just space bar, etc.
2. Is there a way to add a ststes dropdown in emember and have it populate woocommerce “my account”?