Build A User Registration Form

Follow this documentation to learn how to build a user registration form using Divi Form Builder. Please click HERE for detailed descriptions of each setting in the Form module.

Add Form Module.

Start off by adding the Form module to the page of your choice.

Content Main Options.

Edit the main options by adding a Title, ID, form type as "User Registration Form" and submit button. Please do not activate "Is User Edit Form?" and make sure that you define what type of user the form will create, for example, contributor, editor, author, customer (if WooCommerce is installed), etc.

Content Notices Options.

Please click HERE for information on form notices.

Content Redirects Options.

Please click HERE for information on redirects.

Content Extra Options.

Please click HERE for information on our Extra features.

Spam Protection Options.

Please click HERE for information on Spam Protection.

After completing the main settings of the content tab, you will need to add and customize form fields that relate to a registration form. To work out what types of fields you can add to registration for, please visit the Users section of your WordPress dashboard. While you can add other elements, the minimum requirements are the Login Name (Username) and email.

Field Options.

Add a field to your registration form. Then go to the Field Options and give your form field a title, ID, type of field, etc. Please click HERE for more information on field types.

Field Layout Options.

Please click HERE for information on field layout options.

Mapping Options.

Mapping options are only for forms that are designed to create login and registration forms, pages, posts, and custom posts. Since you are making a registration form then you will need to map your field correctly. To do this, select "User Field(User/Login form only) from the first dropdown and the name of the field from the second. This could be User Name, First Name, Login Name, Email Address, Password, etc. Click HERE for more information on Field Mapping.

Field Conditional Logic.

Please click HERE for information on conditional logic.

View your new registration form from the front end and remember to use the Design tab for extra style.

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