Customizing Registration

Making registration work the way you want it to work.

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Customizing the Registration Experience
This section provides walkthroughs for many common use cases, and is organized in a Question/Answer format. Prerequisites Before reading this section, you should already be familiar with the following concepts: How is customer d...
Customizing the Information Gathered During Registration
How do I create a custom field, in general? Fields are means of connecting data input from the user to the Capture database. Therefore, unlike forms,  fields  are defined in  three  places: The Sch...
Customizing the Flow of the User Experience
How do I add or remove a new form? Adding and removing forms is not currently supported via API. Please reach out to your Akamai contact via the  Customer Support Portal  to discuss this requirement. You can always view the l...
Customizing Validation and Other Logic
How do I make a field required? Optional? To make a field required, add or update a field to include the rule “required” with value “true”, as in the example below. If you w...
Customizing the Style and Aesthetics of Your Forms
How do I use custom social provider buttons? The Social Login product is embedded within the Registration UI through the {* loginWidget *} JTL tag. Basic options for configuring the style and layout of the identity provider buttons ...
Customizing Transactional Emails
hr { height: 6px; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; background-color:#193357; color:#193357; border: 0 none; } You can customize Akamai's transactional emails in many different ways. Here are a few suggestions: How do I...
Customizing Languages and Locales
What elements are localized? Generally speaking, Fields and i18nStrings (“access denied” messages, for example) are localized. However, any markup besides the field JTL tags are  not  localized. If you wish to add l...
Managing Multiple Sites and Brands
By default, the standard registration experience includes the standard Flow and user entityType, and for most cases this suffices. However, when managing the complexity that comes hand-in-hand with multiple brands, sometimes it i...