Please note that this is a tutorial. To carry out the instructions please click on Login on the main menu above.
If you are a member of Fairford and District U3A and you wish to have access to the Members Area to view the Newsletter for instance, you will need to Register for access to this part of the website. This is required so that the contact information in the Newsletter and other documents is not available to the general public.
To start the registration process click on Login as shown on the right and select Login on the dropdown menu.
This will take you to the next screen where you click on Register, alternatively you can click on the menu item Register on the main menu above.
This will take you to a form where you can add your personal details.
You will need to create a Username and a Password and enter your email address, first line of address and your Post Code. To prove to the system that you are not a robot, click on the box and then click on Register. Please make a note of your Username and Password as you will need these to logon later.
All email addresses in WordPress (the host software for this website) have to be unique. If, as joint members, you share the same email address, do not attempt to register but use your partner’s login details instead. Alternatively you could register your own Gmail address with Google.
If all is well and the data you have entered is valid, you will receive an email confirming successful registration.
The next step is over to the administrator who has to check your submission details with your Beacon entry. This can take between a few minutes and a few days depending on the availability of the administrator!
If your submission details are correct, the request will be authorised and you will receive another email confirming access to the Members Area.
Using the Username and Password you created earlier, you can now logon to the Members Area as below
If there is any part of this process you do not understand please contact the webmaster using the Contact Us links, giving details of the problem.
Updated 5th October 2020