Question by Emad: need to get php code that’s on a page on my joomla website (a registration form page)?
Hello, I’m a bit new with joomla, so there’s this registration form that I’m enhancing its design on my friend joomla site, so I put a new html page with the same name of the registration page (to replace the one formed by joomla itself, & there was no problem with that), but I think there’s some kind of php on the form code, so how can I get that code, like where can I find it in the joomla adminstrator panel or even the template for it anywhere over the internet?
thanks alot, I really appreciate it.
Answer by Colanth
You ‘find’ that code in the original file on your friend’s site. You can’t replace the code produced by php for a registration page – the code is generated based on what’s in the database and what the user enters.
You need to learn a LOT more about how websites work before you can even begin to do what you want to do. Ask your friend to help you.
What do you think? Answer below!
There are no revisions for this post.