So we have the studies, it's been done plenty of times in the past: less registration fields nets you more conversions. Do you stick with your forum/CMS software's standard registration page, or do you style it and change things around to make it look appealing? I feel like the registration page is something that's highly overlooked when it comes to using software out-of-the-box. I'm interested to see how many of you have custom registration pages and what you've done to entice people to make that leap and sign up on your site. I'll start off with an image of my latest project, where I want as few fields and clicks as possible. The password field reveals a password toggle once the user starts typing in his password -- this will allow him to check to make sure the password is correct before continuing, if needed. How about you? Do you customize your registration page, and if not -- why not?