You can keep the [#login_details#] if you want to output the full message or you can use [#activation_link#] to create a button or use as a link. No need to keep both the tags.
I just created a couple more test accounts and the activation links worked but I did not receive any subsequent Registration Success Emails after completing activation.
Also, strangely, the Registration Activate Emails I did receive are not showing in my WordPress Email Log. Was the email method changed?
We are not sending any emails after successful activation but you can send one if you want by customization. Regarding emails, we have changed our functionality a bit to include HTML templates but we are using wp_mail() to send the emails.
What triggers the Registration Success Email? Another setting for Registration Action? The Auto Approve and Auto Login settings seem to insecure for me. And I don’t really understand what the Force Redirect settings do.
I’d like send my users easy links to their profile and login page. And I would prefer to send them AFTER they activate their account by email. I thought I could use the Registration Success Email for this. But I guess I’m looking for an Activation Success Email.
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Is there some documentation for these settings?
Registration success email triggered for the registration action “Require email activation”.
I have Registration action set to “Reguire email activation” but I do not get a Registration success email. I get the Registration activate email.
We send registration activate email after submission of the registration form. On activation from the email, we only display the message on the login form if activation success or failed and based on that user can log in directly on that page. We are not sending any email after successful activation from email. We will work on the doc soon.
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