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I know the recommended way of doing this is writing a plugin for. But I did remove repeat email and repeat password fields with a js trick: jQuery(function ($){ $("#jform_password2-lbl").parent().hide(); $("#jform_password1").focusout(function () { $("#jform_password2").val($(this).val()); }); $("#...


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I suspect that because you've got the 403 error message "Verification code not found" that the request is actually being rejected by Joomla itself. The language string COM_USERS_ACTIVATION_TOKEN_NOT_FOUND is set on my instance to "Verification code not found. Check if your account is already activated and try to log in.". Looking at the ...


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A 403 error indicates that the access is forbidden. Usually it's either blocked by a firewall (e.g. admin tools, RSfirewall, or mod_security on the server), or by rules in your .htaccess file. See what the activation link looks like and then allow that link in your .htaccess and/or check your firewall logs and disable any rules that could block that request.


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Joomla 3.6.0 is a highly vulnerable version. It is very likely that the site is compromised, since hacks appeared in masses a day after the security release. Hackers could find the unsafe code easily by comparing the changes between the versions. A security fix for the vulnerability was introduced with 3.6.4, the vulnerability is present for Joomla versions ...


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We had the same issue yesterday along with another issue which was part of the same problem. We had tried everything mentioned above then decided to ring the hosting company. This was a good move because they pointed out that we had an email routing issue. Newly registered users didn't receive an email. The answer was in the Hosting cPanel under email ...


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