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            jQuery(function(){
			jQuery("#reg_code").validate({
                    expression: "if (VAL) return true; else return false;",
                    message: "Can not be blank!"
					});
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		<li><a href="#tabs-1"><strong>Registration</strong> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</a></li>
		<li><a href="#tabs-2">HELP</a></li>
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		<p><strong>Your WMM website now has a total membership of: 
        <?php 
echo show_total_accounts();
if (!show_total_accounts()) echo "<h2><A href=\"manual_add.php\">Add your first member NOW!</A></h2>";
?>
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        Registration is compulsory when &gt;10 members are on the system.</strong> If you have more than ten members and have not registered then  no further new accounts will be activated (automatic or manual) until:</p>
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	      <li>you can reduce the total number of members to below ten - <a href="view.php">find and delete accounts here</a> which are inactive to achieve this, or<br />
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          <li><?php echo $reg_url; ?> Once you have a <strong>unique-WMM-register-code</strong> you can paste it below:
            <blockquote>
            <form method="GET" action="register.php" name="RF">
			  <input type="hidden" name="the_page" value="register.php" />
                <div align="center">
                  <center>
                    <p><strong>
                      <input type="text" name="reg_code" id="reg_code"  size="90" />
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                    eg.&nbsp;</strong>dYeGZDCbHhIWtwgjMbN2sNJ+T4Dc1LEYwODbX/zKpUum9f+v3LI96A==-2142443647
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                    Once entered click the &quot;Add code&quot; button below to validate your code. </p>
                  </center>
                </div>
                <div align="center">
<div class="button">
<button>Add code</button> <a href="#" onclick="location.href='./'">Cancel</a>
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                </div>
            </form><br />
			  <div style="background-color:#FFFFCC; padding:4px;" align="center">
			 <?php echo $WMMAdmin->showRegCode(); ?>
			  </div>
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		  <li>		    If you keep your total membership at 10 or below you will not need to register. <br />
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          <li>The &quot;unique-WMM-register-code&quot; can only be used on your own domain name (website) it will NOT work on any other website and it is not transferable.<br />
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          </li>
	      <li> To prevent hack attempts/forgeries of a &quot;unique-WMM-register-code&quot; the code is authenticated against a remote database each time you login to admin. If it is found to be incorrect your WMM system could be locked and all data encrypted. So please do not tamper with the registration system. <br />
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	      <li>If you have further questions regarding the registration of WMM please read the post on the <a href="http://members.dwalker.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=1095&p=4770#p4770">WMM forum</a> and post your responses there.<br />
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