7 Elementor Add-ons to Create a User Registration Page

Elementor has no default widget to add a user registration form to a page. With a little modification, you can use the Form widget to add a user registration form to the page or template you are creating. You will need to add a new function (PHP script) in which the function will add a new user to your WordPress site. If it looks scary for you, you can use an add-on to create a user registration page with Elementor.

Not all Elementor add-ons come with a widget to add a user registration form, though. Here are the Elementor add-ons that you can use to add a user registration form to a page/template.

1. The Plus Addons

The Plus Addons is one of the premium Elementor add-ons. This add-on is especially a perfect option if you want to create a membership website with WordPress+Elementor. This add-on comes with a widget — the WP Login & Register widget — that you can use to create both a custom login page and user registration page on your website. No need to add a new function or something like that. The Plus Addons’ WP Login & Register allows you to add the login form and the registration form on a single page. The forms will be separated in different tabs as below.

You can add options to allow your users to register via either Facebook or Google. You can also integrate your form with Mailchimp to automatically add newly registered users to your email subscribers list.

Here are the key features offered by the WP Login & Register widget of The Plus Addons:

  • Various Ways to Setup Login/Signup Form
  • Panel for Logged in Users
  • Special Forgot Password Options
  • Login Bar On Hover
  • Login Bar On Click

In addition to the WP Login & Register widget, The Plus Addons also comes with over 60 other widgets.

2. JetBlocks

JetBlocks is an Elementor add-on part of JetPlugins, a set of premium Elementor add-ons developed by Crocoblock. This add-on adds 9 widgets to your Elementor (as you can see on the image above), including the Registration Form widget that you can use to add a registration form to the page/template you are creating. You can simply drag the Registration Form to the canvas area. Without making any setting (with the default settings), your registration form will work properly.

The form fields you can add when creating a user registration form with the JetBlocks’ Registration Form are:

  • Username
  • Email
  • Password
  • Confirm Password

You can set a custom message for successful new account creation as well as a redirect page.

3. JetEngine

JetEngine is another Elementor add-on developed by Crocoblock, just like JetBlocks. This add-on is designed to allow you to add dynamic content to your Elementor designs (pages or templates). You can use it to create a custom post type, custom fields, custom taxonomies, and custom forms. The custom form builder of JetEngine has the capability to create a user registration. You can read this article to learn more.

4. Element Pack

Element Pack also comes with a widget that you can use to effortlessly add a user registration form to your Elementor page. The widget that you can use to do so is called User Register. The features offered by the Element Pack’s User Register widget are not as rich as The Plus Addons. For instance, there are no options to allow your users to register via Facebook or Google. There is also no option to integrate your registration form with Mailchimp. However, you can get Element Pack at a cheaper price. You can get the Element Pack add-on for only $39 (one-time purchase).

There are some elements you can enable/disable when adding a user registration form using Element Pack. Such as lost your password link, login link, and so on. You can also set a redirect page and custom message. To save you time in styling up form, Element Pack offers several preset styles you can choose from.

5. PowerPack

You can also use PowerPack if you need to create a user registration page on your WordPress site with Elementor. PowerPack comes with a widget called Registration Form that you can use to add a user registration form to a page or template you create with Elementor. To protect your registration form from fake registrations, you can integrate your form with reCAPCTHA. There are 8 fields you can add to your forms:

  • Username
  • Password
  • Confirm Password
  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Website
  • Consent
  • Static Text

If you want, you can also enable the email notification. By enabling this option, you will be notified every time a new user has just made a new account. You can also set the default role for users registered via the form. Another interesting feature offered by the PowerPack’s Registration Form is the ability to add the password strength meter to make sure your users use a strong password for their account.

6. Ultimate Addons

Ultimate Addons is another add-on that you can use to add a user registration form to your Elementor page/template. You can do so using the User Registration Form widget offered by the add-on. The fields you can add to your registration form are:

  • Username
  • Email
  • Password
  • Confirm Password
  • First Name
  • Last Name

There are two anti-spam services you can select to protect your form from fake registrations: Honeypost and reCAPTCHA.

7. HT Mega

Unlike other add-ons above, HT Mega is released as a freemium add-on. You can get the free version of this add-on on the WordPress plugin repository. The widget to add a user registration — the User Register Form — is available on the free version of HT Mega. In other words, you can create a user registration page in Elementor using HT Mega for free and without coding. Here are the fields you can add to your registration form:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Website
  • Biographical Info
  • Email
  • Username
  • Password

Unfortunately, the HT Mega’s User Register Form offers no anti-spam feature. To save you time in styling up the form, there are 5 preset styles offered by HT Mega’s User Register Form. You can set a redirect page, but there is no option to set a custom message. While you can use HT Mega for free, there are over 80 widgets you can get with the pro version, as well as page templates.

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