In the case of moderated registration, where the user may not receive access to the site right away, you may find that you want to show the successful registration message, but eliminate the login form that shows below it by default. Here is a method to do that using the wpmem_login_form filter. Continue Reading →
This example shows how to add some bootstrap icons to the login form inputs. If you look at the screenshot to the left, this is what we will be making. Note: this example assumes that the user has applied WP-Members Bootstrap stylesheet, and has a theme that is using the Bootstrap css.
Even if you are not using Bootstrap, this is a good demo of how to filter the login form for more control over the look and feel. You can still use the example code, even if you are not using Bootstrap. You won’t get the form to look exactly like the example, but you will get a good idea of what you can do for customizing form elements.
As bonus, we’ll add a little twist to filter the login button as well, using the bootstrap button styles. That’s what makes that pretty blue button. Continue Reading →
You should already know how to remove the registration form from the main content area – it’s one of the plugin’s settings. But what if you want to remove the login form? Or, what if you want to remove both forms?
This is a little filter trick that will show you how to remove the login form. Continue Reading →
On occasion, site admins are faced with a user base that needs things to be more simple. Here is some sample code to simplify the random password generated and emailed to the user. Continue Reading →