Not sure if this will help but you can review wp-login.php located in your WordPress installation root directory.
Additionally, finding information about WP registration is a pain in the ... well, you know. A page I found that might spark some ideas for you is:
It does still default to the user registration, but were I to take this further in the direction you are going I would have GF send the form variables to a seperate page, and that seperate page calls -part- of the register function (specifically where the "action" is defined) and skip over the default form all together.
Were I more familiar with GF I would go so far as saying it could be easily included via submit directly from GF to bypass the unneccessary default wp-registration form, and simply call it's email(password verification) and wp_insert_user( $userdata ) where $userdata is the GF form variables sent.
Just my thoughts - yet I can't figure out GF image stuff..go figure.
Posted 9 years ago on Tuesday November 23, 2010 | Permalink