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I am looking for a wordpress plugin where when the user registers it creates their own profile where the user will have their own personal area.

Can anyone point to any?

Thanks

Update:

OK, I've try to explain further.

I am writting a web application which I need to plug into wordpress.

Visitors who are not logged in can use the app ... then if the user likes the application and what he/she has created, then they can register and save it and pay a monthly fee for using it.

Hope this helps.

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Check out wordpress.org/extend/plugins/register-plus-redux ? If not maybe clarify a bit, I'm not sure what you mean by 'their own area' –  Rev. Voodoo Aug 9 '11 at 19:22
    
please check update –  user159500 Aug 9 '11 at 22:57

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The user automatically gets a profile page, in the form of http://example.com/author/user-name

When a user has no posts, most themes display the 404 template.

But it's perfectly possible for a theme to customise the author.php template to display more than just a list of posts by that user, even when the user doesn't have any posts.

If that's not enough, just use BuddyPress.

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please check update - Note: I'm trying to avoid having to use buddypress and I don't really need a social website. –  user159500 Aug 9 '11 at 22:58
    
You won't find a generic plugin that can interface with your custom app. You realise that, right? If you're looking for a membership plugin, see wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/4397/… –  scribu Aug 9 '11 at 23:19

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