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I am using anti-splog on a multisite network with the randomly changing signup URL feature. Under the hood, it is pointing to wp-signup.php file. I created an override file the plugin looks for by default and it just turns around, loads my stylesheet, and then invokes the plugin's ust-wp-signup.php original file:

<?php
/*
    Custom MySite Sign Up Page
*/

/**
 * Custom MySite stylesheet for signup page.
 */
function MySite_signup_stylesheet() {
    wp_enqueue_style('custom-wpsignup', get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/css/wp-signup.css', false, '1.0', 'all');
}
add_action( 'wp_head', 'MySite_signup_stylesheet' );



// Invoke the default sign up page handler
require_once('plugins/anti-splog/includes/ust-wp-signup.php');

I need a way to make my custom wp-signup page use a page template from my theme other than the default front page theme because it does not render correctly. Any ideas?

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Theme my login is an option:

http://wordpress.org/plugins/theme-my-login/

This should also help out:

https://codex.wordpress.org/Customizing_the_Registration_Form

EDIT: Noticed I don't think that really answers your question (my reply above), but you should just be able to create a registration form and then POST to that random URL. I don't know much about anti-splog at all but all you need to do is POST to the URL if it's random, but also keep in mind if using nonce it may be an issue as well.

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  • It's nice to know about that plugin but I don't think it's going to work. If I was not using the changing url feature of anti-splog, it would be perfect to have it right inside a regular theme page but I need to keep the original login page. I guess I will just need to dress it up with CSS the best I can.
    – Adam
    May 5, 2014 at 1:34

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