This is an advanced demonstration of what you can do with the sidebar status filter. In previous examples, I have shown how to use the sidebar status filter to display the user’s avatar. This more advanced example will build on that, and also show you how to utilize php functions to filter the default sidebar status message and replace it with other user information.Continue Reading →
There is a lot of interest in the sidebar login shown on this site, even by users who may not be using a Twitter Bootstrap theme. The tutorial in the “How I Did It” category is specific to Twitter Bootstrap, which this particular site uses. But this tutorial is an example of how you can create this type of login wiget styling without using a theme based on Twitter Bootstrap. Actually, you will be using Bootstrap or some of it, but loading it with your existing theme and/or custom WP-Members custom css. For this example, we will create this with a simple theme – WordPress TwentyTen. Continue Reading →
Here is a tutorial that will walk you through creating a custom password requirement. The example used requires that passwords contain at least 2 uppercase characters, 2 lowercase, 2 numbers, and 2 special characters; with the a length of at least 8 characters.
From the framework of the example, you can adjust these variables as needed/desired.