Edwiser Solution offers a custom fields feature, and the fields are synced with the Moodle platform as well. However, the fields can only be added to the WooCommerce checkout page and not the registration page. Sharing documentation for your reference to configure the same,
This feature is part of Edwiser Bridge's latest update where they can sync user's first name, last name and password from Moodle to WordPress. screenshot-staging.edwiser.org-2021.07.20-14_57_22.png
If you want to create users that existed in Moodle before the implementation of the Edwiser Bridge plugin then you can make use of the Edwiser Bridge PRO feature where it lets you sync Moodle users from Moodle to WordPress.
I'm interested to hear the response to this too, as I raised an issue about students being able to see a list of all courses within the system some time ago and was told that an update was being prepared that would split course lists into 'My Courses' and 'All Courses', with the ability to hide the new 'All Courses' page from students. Not sure if this would have resolved your issue, but even restricting a view down to category level would really help.
I have found a way to change the logo now, however, the same brand logo is used on the login page and the site header. For our website, the site header has a dark background and the login page has a light background, so reusing the image does not work, because it is not going to be visible in one instance
Can someone please help me how to set different brand logos for header and login page?
Looks like your last update tonight to 3.9.3 improved it. However, the editor still seems very right aligned and loses width as a result. This also requires me scroll horizontally inside the editor, which I did not have to do before the update. See screenshot attached.