How to Approve/Deny User After Register With WordPress site

By Prem Tiwari in WordPress, WordPress Plugin Reviews. Updated on


If you want to add an option for the WordPress site admin to approve/Deny all registered users with your WordPress site, then keep your close attention in this tutorial as I am going to share how to approve/Deny user after register with the WordPress site.

Today, I will share a WordPress plugin named “New User Approve” which modifies the default WordPress user registration process. When a user
registers on your WordPress site, then the user gets created and then an email sent to the site administrator.

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How to Approve/Deny User After Register With WordPress site

After the site Administrator has an option to approve or reject the user to access their WordPress site.

Default WordPress User Login/Register Process

  • User registers for access to DailyFeast site.
  • User is shown message to check email to verify his identity.
  • After verifying, new user can login to site and move forward.
  • Admin is notified of new user register via email.

After User Login/Register Process

After Install the New User Approve plugin on your WordPress site, the user registration process will change like:

  • User registers for access to DailyFeast site.
  • User is shown message to wait 24 hours for approval.
  • Admin will notified of new user register via email.
  • Admin login to wp-admin to Approve or Deny new user.Email is sent to user. If approved, user can login to site using login credentials.
  • If deny, user will get the error message while trying to login using login credentials.

How to install New User Approve Plugin

The installation of New User Approve plugin is very simple & easy as other plugins. If you have just started with WordPress, check out:

After installation of this plugin click on Activate button to enable the plugin features on your WordPress site. Now go to the Users =>All Users and you will see an option to Approve/Deny to the registered user on your site. Below is some screenshot of admin.

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Prem Tiwari

An engineer by profession and a passionate blogger by heart. Founder of FreeWebMentor.com (A Programming blog for beginners), Tech Speaker at various forums. A part from this he is an open source enthusiast, WordPress Lover, Blogger, SEO, and Growth Strategic.

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