Thank you for getting back to me Mr. Brajesh.
Your support is highly appreciated!
I appreciate Mr. Ravi’s effort but yes, I do have a custom registration form using a membership plugin called ARmember. This form maps its registration fields to Buddypress fields. I would have opted to use the member type field but it seems to be incompatible with this plugin, therefore I thought you could give me a work around.
Sadly, I wouldn’t’ know how to modify this function to suit my needs. Anything I can provide you that will help? Plugin files?
If you can provide me some details on how the user is being created by the plugin( Are they firing any action and providing user id and How can I access the register form fields on that action, I can quickly assist you with this.).
Please let me know if you can link me to the proper documents.
I have looked at the file now. It was a 9000+ lines of code and I am not sure why will someone put everything in a single file.
I could not find any code for inserting user. It will be much better if you can ask these two questions on the membership plugins forum and let me know their answer.
1. Is there any hook(action/filter) that they fire when a user’s account is created?
2. If yes, then what is the correct way to access registration form fields by name on that action?
Thank you for getting back to me and for looking at that file. I appreciate your time.
Yes, I’m not sure why they need to put so much code into one file. Nevertheless, I did ask them and they forwarded me to their developer API which should have what you’re looking for. I have linked it below.
I believe I did find the hook that is needed but please feel free to check out the resource yourself. I typed in “registration” in search and it gave me about 12 hooks that deal with it. The one I think is the one needed is “arm_after_form_submit_action”.
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