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I'm trying to create a custom user registration form used for Educational website.

Is it possible to automatically retrieve categories of posts (custom posts) in the registration form.

The form should be:

username : password : first name: last name :

optional

(category list) (courses list)

if user choose it will automatically show related sub-categories example:

(course1)
- (sub-course-1)
- (lesson 1)
- (lesson 2)
- (sub-course-2)
- (lesson 1)
- (lesson 2)

Is there a way to do such thing into registration form?

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The best way to add extra fields to the wordpress user registration form that I know of is to use the related registration form filters:

  1. register_form - This is used to add your fields to the registration form
  2. registration_errors - This is used to validate your fields
  3. user_register - This is used to add your custom user_meta data to the system
  4. and maybe register_post - This can be used to do other things pre-validation
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  • Thank you for your reply and suggestions. Is there any example for Register Post Category like a parameter to be added to the registration form that says if user choose Category 1 load all related sub categories and so on. Thank you again!
    – Zaher
    Commented Jan 24, 2015 at 23:57
  • If you want it to be dynamic, you would need to attach some javascript to it. Otherwise, you could use wp_query to grab all categories and build out your custom category list in a tree style and they could just scroll through and choose one.
    – Privateer
    Commented Jan 25, 2015 at 14:00
  • thank you for your reply and explanation. Excuse me for asking much. Can you advice me of an example script or code that does the job? Thank you!
    – Zaher
    Commented Jan 25, 2015 at 14:38
  • Sorry, I don't have anything lying around that does this currently. You might check some of the free subscriber plugins available on the core wordpress site and look through them.
    – Privateer
    Commented Jan 25, 2015 at 19:08

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