Occasionally, you might have users that you want to allow on your platform that don't have an email address. They might be really young, or old, or just not that tech savvy. This poses a challenge because by default, WordPress (and LearnDash) requires an email address to create a user account.
However, there are a few things you can try to allow users to have an account on your LearnDash site without an email address.
This technique uses some custom PHP code that disables the need for an email address when registering new users and editing their profile in the backend of WordPress.
This likely will not work with third-party ecommerce plugins or other/custom registration methods. We have only tested this for manual creation of new user accounts from the WordPress backend, by an administrator.
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