config/simple-registration.php file you can find these settings:
/** * If enabled registrations using /member/register will not be allowed. It's wise to keep this TRUE since if you * don't spammers will use /member/register to create accounts on your website */ $config['simple_registration_no_other_registrations'] = TRUE;
/** * Specify a global honeypot field here. Use this to specify that "username" is always a honeypot and if it is * filled out register it as spam and deny the registration */ $config['simple_registration_global_honeypot_field'] = FALSE; //'username';
More information about the honeypot field here.
/** * Use this array to rewrite input. For example if you specify that 'username' is a global honeypot above * you can use this array to say that the real username value can be found in the input field named 'hexagon' * for example. * * Like this: * * $config['simple_registration_input_name_rewrites'] = array( * 'username' => 'hexagon', * ); * * Simple Registration will then use 'hexagon' for username. You can use this array to rewrite all fields, * ie. you can say that password shall be found in 'hairy_animal' and password_confirm shall be found in * 'hairy_animal_confirm'. This enables you to create a 100% custom signup form quickly for each website * that spammer bots will have a hard time auto-registering at. * */ $config['simple_registration_input_name_rewrites'] = array( // 'username' => 'hexagon', );
More information about input name rewrites here.