Tagged: password registration
When performing the registration, the user receives a random password in his email, is there any possibility of the password being some data informed by the user in the registration? Or some easier password?
Hi, the password is created by WordPress. Please read below.
When an affiliate registers a WordPress user account is automatically created. As a result the password is also automatically created by WordPress and sent via email. Once they log in to their affiliate dashboard they will be able to change their password.
Let me know if the above helps you.
Thanks for the help, but isn’t there any other way this password is easier? They are random characters and my clients have a hard time finding it. Can I somehow leave this default password? Example: Date of birth, city, age … Anything like that?
Hi, unfortunately the password is controlled by WordPress. It is always a good idea to send a hard password to help eliminate the possibility of others cracking the password. Using a complicated and hard password is an important step towards protection.
You might be able to search for a third party plugin in WordPress repository that can control the password submitted by WordPress. However I have never done this before.
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