- User interface
permet aux utilisateur de créer un compte avec une adresse mail
Allow users to register using an email address. Users can then log-in using their email address and password for authentication.
This module aims to solve some usability issues in managing accounts on a Drupal site.
- On many sites the idea of a "username" is not necessary while the email is necessary. This module lets users register and login using only their email address and not worry about a username.
- In general the fewer fields on a form the easier it is for people to finish the task. This module lets sites use just an email for registration form. How simple is just one form? So simple.
- This module can be configured to allow a username as well for sites where that is important. In these cases, users get the benefit of being able to login with username or email which is helpful in case a user tries to login with their email (they are likely to remember their email even if they forgot their username).
By default, a username is generated and assigned based on the user name part of the email address and their user ID. Sites that want to create usernames in their own way can do so by implementing hook_email_registration_name.
Enable the module as you normally would.
You will probably want to change the welcome e-mail (Administer -> User Management -> User Settings) and replace instances of the token !username with !mailto
The automatically generated username is still displayed name for posts, comments, etc. You can allow your users to change their username by going to:
(Administer -> User Management -> Access Control) ... [X] change own username
This privilege allows a user to change their username in "My Account".
Modules that are believed to conflict with Email Registration:
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