♥radders Posted November 2, 2005 Share Posted November 2, 2005 Yes, It just just an idea. A simplification I hope :-) I would be interested to hear people's views on this. What I had in mind is that the customer should still have the choice in create_account.php of whether or not to create an account. The main difference would be checkbox instead of radiobox (and no password boxes). if a customer sets the createaccount to 'Y' in the create_account.php he should be get logged in and be able to use his account in the normal way but with a random generated password (just like in the no account case). So the main difference between the account and the no account behaviour would be in the content of the email. The No account one would stay as it is now. The yes account one would contain their password (because there's no way they are gong to remember it otherwise) and invite them to change it to something more memorable. If he doesn't create an account then the logic continues as before. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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