Creating the register page using Word Press 30s custom menu option

If you look at the Pages column on the left-hand side of your Administration panel, you'll now see that the pageMash plugin is part of the options.

We'll simply select Add New from the option in the left-hand menu under Pages and create a page named Register. We'll leave the content area blank, but you'll notice now, in Edit view, there's a cforms button in the editing panel for the page/post.

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Clicking on to that button will allow you to select the form you'd like placed on the page (you can create multiple forms in cforms II and even place multiple forms in a single post or page, but that's overkill for our purposes). Once you select your form, you should see a placeholder for it.

You should now see your form in the Register page on your site, as shown in the following screenshot:

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