My understanding was that the registration plugin allows you to use the same reg form for users not registering with Facebook as well with Facebook. However, if a user is logged into Facebook and visits the registration page the form prefills information and only gives them the option to register with Facebook. That's kind of a freaky user experience. They hit the register button on your website and it auto fills fields with Facebook info without permission. Just because a user is logged into facebook doesn't necessarily mean they actually want to create the account with their Facebook information.
Here's what I have handled so far by the registration plugin:
- User is not logged into Facebook and registers via the plugin, but with my site authentication not Facebook.
- User is not logged into Facebook, uses the plugin to log into Facebook, fields are prefilled and user registers via Facebook.
Here's what I dont have handled
3. User is already logged into Facebook, but may want to register with my site authentication and NOT connect the account to their Facebook account. Currently, it prefills the forms and provides them with only a register button connecting Facebook to my app.
Basically, I want the user to have to opt-in to register with Facebook even if they are logged into Facebook, but I want to use the Registration plugin form. Is this possible?
Espero que tenga sentido.
preguntado el 09 de enero de 11 a las 11:01
What you need to do is something similares a Scribd approach, where you can by default wrap and hide the "Login with facebook" button (or the registration form if the user is already logged in and connected!) and for example in your form div/container have a checkbox (a location over the flow is preferred) stating:
Register with my Facebook account
Or something more pegadizo and when the user clicks/checks the input the facebook DIV will slide down and used instead of your registration routine.
A user can clear the fields by ckicking the X when mouseover the name field