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As users can begin and finish registration at different points depending on their circumstances a Wizard seems like the most practical solution. Breadcrumbs seem like a good solution but they do not provide any concept of an end point, breadcrumbs could theoretically go on forever which the user would not want. I was thinking a percentage based tracker ...
Another alternative is using Tab, that can you enable or disabled depending of the context. In this example you enable/disable the Step 3. http://jsfiddle.net/V7GTY/2/
I don't know what your time restraints are or how advanced a solution you have time for so let me give you a couple recommendations: 1) Breadcrumbs. As the user goes along, the list of steps populates. If they don't need to do a particular step, don't even show it. download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups 2) One form. ...
Why not simply putting all of the registration process on one single page instead of having severals separated steps ? In my opinion the advantages would be multiple, the user would be immediately aware of how big is the registration form, and of what informations they need to fill it. For example, when the user comes to your registration page, you could ...
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