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Opened by Antar - 01.03.2017
Last edited by Mr Super User - 01.11.2017

FS#394 - Language Issue: Login vs. Sign in AND Sign up vs. Register

The use of the word Sign in and Login AND Sign Up / Register together is very confusing. Let’s stick to one!

We use

Sign in using Facebook
Sign in using Google+

The link in the header says “Sign up / Sign in”. This sets the precedence for what to follow.

Then the sign in page is somehow titled “login” in the redirect module. http://domain.com/login

The button to submit the Sign In form says “Login” where it should actually say “Sign In” and the form should say “If you have an account with us, please sign in”

There needs to be uniformity, use let’s use one and stick with it.

“Already have an account ? Log in” should be

Already have an account ? Sign in”

and so on and on...
Same with Signing Up

“Don’t have an account? To register, please click on the link below.” should say

“Don’t have an account? To sign up, please click on the link below.”

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