The Ultimate Guide to Creating a Custom WordPress Login Page

Do you want to make your website’s WordPress login page unique?

You can improve the user experience by customizing the default WordPress login page. Many of your users will see the login page if you run a WordPress membership site or an online store.

We’ll show you how to make a custom WordPress login page in this comprehensive guide. This tutorial can also be used to create a custom WooCommerce login page.

Here’s what you’ll get out of this book.

  • Why would you want to make your own WordPress login page?
  • Design examples for WordPress login pages
  • Using Theme My Login to create a WordPress login page
  • Using WPForms to create a custom WordPress login page
  • Using SeedProd to create a custom WordPress login page
  • On the WordPress login page, you can change your login logo.
  • Using a plugin, you can change the WordPress login logo and URL.
  • Without using a plugin (code), you can change the WordPress login logo and URL.

Why Would You Want to Make a Custom WordPress Login Page?

WordPress includes a robust user management system. Users can create accounts on eCommerce stores, membership websites, and blogs using this method.

The WordPress branding and logo are displayed by default on the login page. If you have a small blog or are the only person with admin access, this is fine.

A custom login page, on the other hand, provides a better user experience if your website allows users to register and login.

Redirecting them to the default WordPress login screen, which has no resemblance to your website, may appear suspicious to your visitors. Your users will feel more at ease if you use your own logo and design.

Finally, the default login screen consists solely of the login form. You can use a custom login page to promote other pages or special offers by creating one.

Let’s take a look at some examples of custom WordPress login page designs, shall we?

Examples of WordPress Login Page Design

Different styles and techniques can be used to customize the WordPress login page.

Some people make a custom login page that matches the theme and colors of their website. Others add a custom background, colors, and logo to the default login page.

WPForms (WordPress Forms) (WPForms

WPForms is the most popular WordPress contact form plugin. Their plugin also includes an add-on that allows you to create beautiful WordPress login and registration forms, which we’ll show you later in this article.

The login form is in the left column, and promotions and other call-to-actions are in the right column. A two-column layout is used on their custom login page.

They’re using the login page to share their annual report in the example above. It creates a unique login experience with custom branding, background illustration, and brand colors.

2. Make My Wedding a Hit

The login and registration forms on the Rock My Wedding website are displayed in a popup modal.

It saves them from having to load a new page and gives them a better user experience. The use of a popup has the advantage of allowing users to log in without leaving the page.

Jacquelynne Steves is number three on the list.

Jacquelynne Steeves is an arts and crafts blog where the author writes about home decor, quilting, patterns, embroidery, and other topics.

With the login form on the right, their login page has a custom background image that matches their website’s theme.

4. Motion Graphics for Churches

This motion graphics design firm’s login page features a vibrant background that reflects the nature of their business.

On the login screen, it uses the same site header, footer, and navigation menus as the rest of the site. The login form is straightforward and has a dark background.

MITSLoan Management Review, No. 5

It also hides the WordPress branding with custom CSS and its own logo. The default WordPress login screen is used on the MITSLoan Management Review website.

Are you ready to learn how to use WordPress to create a custom login page?

Using Theme My Login to Create a WordPress Login Page

Theme My Login is a free plugin that matches your WordPress theme to your login page.

It isn’t very customizable, but it will replace the WordPress-branded login page and make it look a little more professional.

Installing and activating the Theme My Login plugin is the first step. See our step-by-step guide to installing a WordPress plugin for more information.

Theme My Login creates URLs for your custom login, logout, registration, forgot password, and reset password actions automatically after activation.

Theme My Login » General page allows you to customize these WordPress login URLs. Modify the URLs used by the plugin for login actions by scrolling down to the ‘Slugs’ section.

Shortcodes are also supported by the My Login theme, allowing you to create custom login and registration pages. Simply create a page for each action and enter the page slug here so that the plugin can properly locate and redirect users.

Let’s start with the login screen.

To create a new WordPress page, go to Page » Add New. After that, give your page a title and then paste the shortcode “[theme-my-login]” into the content area.

You can now publish and preview your page to see how your custom login page looks.

Using the following shortcodes, repeat the process to create additional pages.

For the registration form, use [theme-my-login action=”register”].

For the lost password page, use [theme-my-login action=”lostpassword”].

Use it on the password reset page. action=”resetpass”] [theme-my-login]

Using WPForms to Create a Custom WordPress Login Page

It enables you to create custom login and registration forms for your website quickly and easily. WPForms is the most popular WordPress form builder plugin.

WPForms is a premium WordPress plugin, and to use the user registration add-on, you’ll need to upgrade to their pro plan. WPBeginner users can get a 50% discount on WPForms by using the code SAVE50.

See our step-by-step guide to installing a WordPress plugin for more information. Installing and activating the WPForms plugin is the first step.

To enter your license key, go to WPForms » Settings page after activation. This information can be found on the WPForms website under your account.

Go to the Addons page of WPForms and look for the User Registration Addon. You’ll be able to install add-ons after entering the license key.

You’re all set to make your own custom login forms now. Then, to download and activate the addon, click the Install Addon button.

To proceed, you must click the ‘Create a User Login Form’ button. Scroll down to the ‘User Login Form’ template on the WPForms » Add New page.

You can add your own description or text around the fields by clicking on them. WPForms will populate the required fields on the User Login Form.

It automatically adds ‘Submit’ as the button title, for example. You can click on it and change the setting to Login. Other options are also available.

You can also control what happens after a user logs in successfully. Select an action from the Settings » Confirmation tab.

You can send the user to any URL, the homepage, or simply display a message indicating that they are now logged in.

Once you’re happy with the form’s settings, close the form builder by clicking the Save button in the top right corner.

Using a WordPress Page to Display Your Custom Login Form

WPForms makes adding a custom login form to any WordPress post or page a breeze.

Add the WPForms block to your content area on the page edit screen. Simply edit or create a new page where the login form will be placed.

Select the login form you created earlier, and the WPForms block will load it into the content area automatically.

You can now save and publish your changes or continue editing the login form page.

Using SeedProd to Create a Custom WordPress Login Page

It will include the navigation menus, header, footer, and sidebar widgets from your theme. Your theme’s page template and styles will be used by default on your custom WordPress login form page.

You can use a WordPress page builder plugin to completely take control of the page and design something from scratch.

SeedProd is the best WordPress landing page builder. It is user-friendly and includes a drag-and-drop builder to assist you in creating any type of landing page, such as a login page, a coming soon page, a maintenance mode page, and more.

We’ll be using the SeedProd Pro version for this article because it comes with a login page template and advanced page blocks for customization.

SeedProd is also available in a free version, but it lacks the ability to create a login page for your WordPress website.

To begin, you must first install the SeedProd plugin on your website. Follow our guide on how to install a WordPress plugin for more information.

You’ll be redirected to SeedProd in your WordPress admin area once the plugin is activated.

Click the ‘Verify key’ button once you’ve entered the key. The next step is to enter your license key, which you can easily obtain from your SeedProd account.

After that, you’re ready to create your SeedProd login page.

To begin, go to SeedProd » Pages and then click the ‘Set up a Login Page’ button to select the Login Page option.

The Blank Template can also be used to start from scratch when creating a page. You can choose a template for your login page on the next screen.

However, we recommend using a template because it is easier and faster to customize the login page to your preferences.

When you choose a template, a popup window will appear asking you to give your login page a name. The page name will be used as the URL for your landing page in SeedProd.

After you’ve filled in these details, click the ‘Save and Continue Editing the Page’ button.

Under the Design tab, you can now edit your login page using SeedProd’s drag-and-drop builder. Any page block can be easily added to the page by dragging it from the left menu and dropping it anywhere on the page.

More customization options are available in the Advanced blocks section, where you can add a countdown timer, social sharing icons, and other features. You can, for example, add some text, a video, or a new button to your login page.

You can even delete existing page blocks from the template. To delete a page block, all you have to do is click the trash can icon.

Then, if you click on any section of the login page, you’ll see more customization options.

You can, for example, change the text and color of the fields, select a different font, change the color of the button, and so on.

When you’re happy with the look of the login page, go to the top and click the Connect tab.

Different email marketing services, such as Constant Contact, Drip, SendinBlue, and others, can now be connected.

SeedProd allows you to change the page status from draft to publish and edit the page title under the General settings. Then you can move on to the Page Settings tab.

To make more money online, you can also choose to use SeedProd Link and add your SeedProd affiliate link.

Go to the SEO settings if you want to optimize your login page for search engines. You can customize your page’s SEO title and description, as well as add a favicon and social media thumbnails.

There’s also the option to make the login page no-index. You can disable search engines from indexing and ranking your login page in search results by enabling this option.

Under the Scripts settings, you can also add different code snippets to your login page.

After you’ve made your changes to the page settings, click the Save button at the top.

To do so, go to SeedProd » Pages after exiting the landing page builder. After that, you’ll need to activate your login page.

Then, to change the page’s status from Inactive to Active, click the switch.

You can now see your login page in action by going to the URL.

If you don’t want to use WordPress page builder plugins, you can style the form and the login page with custom CSS. You can also use the CSS Hero plugin to add custom CSS styles quickly.

Change the logo and URL for the WordPress login page.

You don’t have to make a completely unique WordPress login page for your website all of the time. In fact, many websites simply use the default login page while replacing the WordPress logo and logo URL.

We’ll show you both methods so you can choose the one that works best for you. You can easily use a WordPress plugin or custom code to replace the WordPress logo on the login screen with your own logo.

Using a plugin, you can change the WordPress login logo and URL.

Installing and activating the Colorlib Login Customizer plugin is the first step. See our step-by-step guide to installing a WordPress plugin for more information.

It will open the login customizer when you click it. The plugin adds a new menu item to the WordPress admin sidebar called ‘Login Customizer’ once activated.

The login customizer will display your default WordPress login screen on the left, with customization options on the left and a live preview on the right.

You can hide the WordPress logo, upload your own custom logo, and change the URL and text of the logo from here. Click the ‘Logo options’ tab on the right to replace the WordPress logo with your own.

You can also completely customize the default WordPress login page with the plugin. You can customize the login form by adding columns, background images, and changing the colors.

You can basically make your own WordPress login page without changing the default WordPress login URL.

Simply click the publish button when you’re finished to save your changes. To see your custom login form in action, go to the WordPress login page.

Change the logo and URL of the WordPress login page without using a plugin (code).

You can use this method to replace the WordPress logo on the login screen with your own custom logo.

To begin, go to the media library and upload your custom logo. Upload your custom logo to the Media » Add New page.

This will take you to the edit media page, where you must copy and paste the file URL into a blank text file on your computer. Click the ‘Edit’ link next to the image once it has been uploaded.

Then, in your theme’s functions.php file or a site-specific plugin, paste the following code.

Remember to change the background-image URL to the file URL you copied earlier. Other CSS properties can be tweaked to match your custom logo image.

You can now see your custom logo in action on the WordPress login page.

The WordPress logo is the only thing that this code replaces. The logo link, which leads to the website, remains unchanged.

Let’s make a change.

Simply paste the following code into the functions.php file of your theme or a site-specific plugin. You can put this code right after the one you just put in.

Don’t forget to replace ‘Your Site Name and Info’ with the name of your website. Your site’s home page will now be linked from the custom logo on your login screen.

We hope that this article has taught you how to make a WordPress login page for your website. You might also be interested in our ultimate WordPress security guide, which includes advice on how to improve the security of your WordPress login, or our comparison of the best live chat software for small businesses. That’s all there is to it.

You can also find us on social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook. Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel for WordPress video tutorials if you enjoyed this article.

    How to Transfer Your Blog from to Correctly

    Step-by-Step Instructions for Starting Your Own Podcast

  • Beginner’s Guide to Installing Google Analytics in WordPress

    15 Things You Must Do Before Changing WordPress Themes Checklist

    Editorial Staff Information

    Over 1.3 million readers around the world rely on it. WPBeginner’s Editorial Staff is a group of WordPress experts led by Syed Balkhi.

    What am I supposed to do now? Thank you for the informative videos. TML was successfully installed, and the login page looks great. If the user is not logged in and tries to access pages other than the header, such as a product page, the user is directed to the default login page, not the TML one. Thank you very much.

    That would depend on your site, and if you have a membership plugin or a coming soon plugin that is redirecting your users, that could be a contributing factor.

    After using the last method, we’re unsure about the login url. If we use “Change WordPress Login Logo and URL without Plugin (Code)”, what will the login url be? However, I only want to change the login url.

    With that method, the login URL would not change. The third option is to modify the logo URL rather than the login URL.

    Thank you for providing all of the WordPress information. Very helpful. Hello there,

    Warm Regards

    Aidin is a young man who has a

    You are most welcome.

    Thank you for the informative article! Thank you very much, Could you also show us how to change the color of the buttons and text on the login screen using CSS? I’d like to create a fancy custom login page, but at the very least, moving away from the WordPress blue would complement our black, white, and red logo. To change the styling of your site in this way, you’ll need to use CSS; as a starting point, check out our article below:

    Thank you for the suggestion; I’ll look into it.

    Thank you, this was very helpful; I used the code method to replace the wordpress logo with our own in functions.php in my child theme, and it looks much better now.

    We’re glad our guide was able to assist you.

    It’s a good plugin.

    We’re glad you like our suggestion.

    With HTML and CSS, and in the theme file, where is the login file that I need to edit??? I’d appreciate it if you could assist me. How do I make changes to the login page without using a plugin!??? Good day there,

    You should look at the WordPress codex for examples of this type of customization: Customizing the Login Form (

    What am I supposed to do about it? My issue is that when a user logs in, they are directed to the WP admin dashboard.

    Check out our article on how to redirect users after a successful login in WordPress:

    In the TYL admin menu, all I see are the Settings and Extensions options. Is this plugin available in a paid version? I am unable to see the screens depicted in the article.

    David is a man of many talents.

    We will definitely look into updating this article because the Theme My Login plugin underwent a major overhaul after we wrote it.

    Hello there,

    This is a fantastic piece of writing. In the article, I don’t see anything about that. In this entire process, I have one skepticism. How do I make sure the username and password are correct?

    How does the form know whether the username and password are valid, for example?

    DLima, David Greetings

    It would check the user’s validity in your WordPress database.

    I’m new to WordPress and am attempting to set up a personal blog. I’m considering requiring readers to ‘sign or log in’ in order to gain access to additional features.

    How do you adjust the access to features or essentially what they are logging in for? From what I understand in this thread, you can create the log in form and apply it to your site, but how do you adjust the access to features or essentially what they are logging in for? You might want to look into a membership plugin for what you’re looking for, depending on the features you’d like them to have access to:

    So, how do I go about making a login page? This plugin is currently unavailable.

    Both plugins should still be available to use to create a login page, even though the theme my login was updated after this article was written.

    Hello there,

    Thank you so much for all of your responses and videos. Thank you for your assistance! I have three questions for which I would be grateful if you could respond.

    As a result, non-registered users will be directed to a different page. (i)I’m also perplexed as to what the purpose of a “login widget” is if it doesn’t include a sign-up option.

    (ii) How do I use the “elementor login wigdget” with social login?

    (iii) Is there no way to use elementor to create a ”registration form”?

    Thank you.


    I’m completely taken aback!

    It’s just a way of describing myself. I’m working on it right now. I’m not a “techie,” but I own six or seven poorly managed websites. It may take me until I’m 100, but I’ll eventually complete my vision. I have big dreams, but I don’t have the talent or the team to achieve them. Regardless, that isn’t the point of this article.

    I’m looking for more automation, and in particular, a way to create/buy/obtain a pop-up with social logins (FB & Google) to build my list, which I’d be grateful for if you could recommend one.

    I was leaving after reading one of your articles when I noticed your Ultimate Toolkit. In just a few minutes of skimming through it, I found answers to several questions I had and two or three I didn’t even realize I had. VALUE FOR MONEY! I recognize a good lead magnet when I see one, and I just wanted to congratulate you on this one.

    Thank you so much, Joshua Houston.

    Thank you very much. A fantastic article that is simple to understand and implement on my website in a matter of minutes.

    The option of using My Login is no longer available. thematic They switched to a fully paid model and completely rewrote their plugin.

    When users attempt to register via TML, they do not receive an activation e-mail… how can I fix this!? Hello there,

    Hello, Kareem.

    Please see our article on how to resolve the issue of WordPress not sending email.

    Is it possible to customize the default WordPress login page without using a plugin? In reality, all I need to do is change the WordPress logo on the /wp-login page.

    I’m attempting to create a modal log in. Is it possible to use these forms in a modal?

    Hello, Eymiel.

    If your modal supports shortcodes, you can include a form shortcode in it.

    Is it possible to redirect members to a login-specific page once they’ve logged in? Thank you very much.

    Hello, Karrie.

    Yes, you can choose where to send users after they log in with both Theme My Login and WPForms.

    What I really want is for users to land on a specific page on my website, regardless of where they came from or which link they used – even if it was to one of my other pages.

    I’d like to redirect them to the page they requested once they’ve arrived.

    Is it possible, and if so, how?

    I’d like to create a section where employees can log in to a single page where they can fill out a form to record their daily work.

    Is this possible, and if so, which plugin would be the best fit for my requirements?

    Hello there!

    If you don’t know your password, enter your email address and I’ll send it to you. I’ve created a free resource library for my website, and I’d like to collect emails in exchange for a password so that I can expand my email list. Is it possible for me to do something similar here? I’d be eternally grateful because I’ve been stuck on this problem for the past three days! I dislike WP password protection because I want to be able to collect emails on the same page that they enter their password, so it’s like “If you have the password, enter it here.” I’m having a hard time customizing a password-entry page because I don’t want anyone to have their own account or anything; all I want them to do is enter a password that I’ve set so they can access the library. Do you have any recommendations for me?

    Thank you very much,

    Sierra (Sierra Leone)

    Sierra, how are you?

    You’ll also be able to confirm their email address this way. You can also send an email with the download link or password to them. You can direct users to the download page if you’re using WPForms. Another option is to use your email marketing software to send the link or password in an auto reply.

    I hope this information is useful.

    Rob is a man of many talents. Sierra, how are you? Would you mind sharing your tips for creating a password-protected page for users and collecting their email addresses for the newsletter? I’m just getting started with my blog and am having the same problem as you. I came across your article. Thank you in advance for your consideration.

    Thanks for the tutorial, it’s a fantastic plugin.

    Do you have a plugin for that? I have one customized page for a specific user.

    I’d like to add social media login, but I’m unable to do so using a third-party plugin. how to go about it How do I integrate a social media login?

    This is a fantastic article, but how can we replicate what you’ve done at

    How are we going to do it? Before loading the page, it requests a password.

    There’s some bulletproof stuff going on there.

    To use the login form addon in WP forms, you must pay $ 199 per year!!!!!!

    Thank you very much. Is it possible to create a menu page in WordPress using this address? I’m using the Admin Custom Login plugin and would like to use this page for regular subscriber login/registration.

    Hello, Dean.

    Yes, you can include it in your navigation menu, and your users will be able to log in using this page.

    Hello there,

    I just want a login page for my users! as well as suggestions I don’t have the funds to purchase the full version if it is required. WPForms is lite in my version. I simply want to create a login page and a link for users to upload posts and photos. When I refresh my home page after using TML, nothing appears to happen.

    Hello, Chaz.

    You can also try updating the permalinks in WordPress. Please double-check your theme’s and my login options. Simply navigate to Settings » Permalinks and click the Save Changes button without making any changes.

    Could you please tell me what the code is for it? Hello, I’m looking for a way to customize the Wrodpress login page with my own custom fields.

    I don’t build websites all of the time. I need assistance because I need to add a client login to my website, but only for a few pages, and I can’t remember how to do it. I want the site to be open to the public, so anyone can visit it. I only need a few pages for my clients and agents.

    Hello, Kris.

    Please see our article on how to add a temporary login in WordPress for more information.

    Is the login page username and password the same as the admin area username and password, or do we need to create a new username and password for the custom login area?

    TML is a useful plugin that we have installed on our website. Thank you for your ideas. However, our login page occasionally redirects to our travel website’s home page, but once the cache is cleared, everything works fine.…

    I wanted to make my own login page template with all of the features. Is it possible to create our own login page template without using a plugin? Or we can go to the codex section and learn how to make our own login template.

    Hello there,

    I tried to add the theme’s login plugin to my website, but now I can’t even log in as an administrator. What could the issue be?

    Hello there,

    Yoursite should be replaced with the name of your website. You can only access it via yoursite/wp-login.php.

    If you want to remove the plugin, change its name to something else using filezilla/winscp or your cpanel.

    Their accounts would need to be linked to their login IDs so they could see what is unique to them. Hello, I’m just curious if members of the site are redirected to their own accounts when you create a login like this. Thank you for informing me. I run a tax firm, and I want my clients to be able to log into their accounts, upload files, and check the status of their individual tax returns.

    For developing, a good wordpress theme is essential.

    The plug-in is fantastic, but it says RERGISTRATION NOT ALLOWED when I try to use it.

    I wish I could come up with a solution!! I’m in the same boat!!

    >general> in the WordPress backend settings

    Allow users to register. It will be something along these lines:

    Configure your registration

    New registrations are permitted.

    Hello there, Thank you. I installed the TML plugin, but I couldn’t find any shortcodes to display the ‘Registration’ and ‘Login’ pages on the front end. Please assist me.

    ( WP’s most recent update) TML was installed, but the website’s login page was blank.

    In the General settings, there is no Page ID. As a result, TML does not work.

    We tested it with the most recent version of WordPress, but we couldn’t confirm your claim. At our test sites, the plugin works perfectly.

    TML no longer appears in ‘settings’, but rather in the main dashboard menu as ‘TML’… It took me a long time to notice because there were previous issues that required you to disable other plugins. You might want to make some changes to the article. So I’d gone through a lot of troubleshooting and now it was right in front of me!

    Please see our new article on how to add a front end login page and widgets to your WordPress site.

    I’m done! I’ve been paying attention to every lesson along the way, including yours. How do all of these websites obtain usernames and passwords? I could write a book about all of the plugins and programs I’ve used. But I can assure you that it is. Because I can’t seem to find anything that works for me. All of the pages were created, but the profile/registration form was placed on each of them. But – yet another colossal flop. I’ve been attempting to install and uninstall login/registration plugins for who knows how many days, and today I spent several hours doing so. I’m not going to hire a web developer to do it because it shouldn’t be too difficult. This was not a success.

    It’s a shame that ordinary people can’t create a decent website like web developers can. With me and WordPress, going without a lot of functions is becoming a real issue. I’ll just have to do without a lot of things in WordPress that aren’t available to everyone; only web developers have access to them. When the forums don’t help and the plugins don’t work, I have no choice but to give up and live without.

    It is simple, but I can’t recall how to do it, and I have been looking for days. It is not difficult, and I did not use a plugin the last time I did it; it is on the menu page, but I forgot how to do it; a man wanted to charge me $80 to do it; I will not pay.

    I’m exhausted. I can’t seem to find the login page; it appears on and off, and then I can’t seem to get a registration page to work properly. What a waste of time! I’m tired of trying to work with this. I’m sure it’s a great plugin, but it’s inconsistent.

    Is there any documentation or a way to do this without using a plugin? Please assist.

    Create your own WordPress login page at

    Thank you so much for the video; it was extremely helpful.

    or is coding required? I’d like to customize not only the login page, but also the WP default page that appears once you log in (i.e. with the dashboard on the left, etc.). I have one more question: I’m creating a paid membership site. Is there such a thing as a plugin for that?

    Thank you, Anna.

    Is there any way to move a site with this plugin installed? When I try to relocate the site, the login page becomes unresponsive.

    Thank you in advance for any suggestions.

    Of all the plugins I’ve tried, Custom Login Form is the best.

    Hello, there could be several reasons for this.

    Disable the plugin first, then move the site.

    Refresh your permalinks and then turn it back on.

    I recently discovered this plugin and absolutely adore it!!!! I’m trying to figure out how to use Gravity Forms to verify that someone is logged in before allowing them to write a post.

    All of the forms are working properly, and I found some generic code to redirect to wp-login.php, but since I’m using the plugin, I’d like it to redirect to the same theme as my login screen.

    (filename: page_loggedin.php) Here’s an example of code:

    >>>>>> else: wp_die('Sorry, to view this page, you must first log in. ‘ <?php>>>&g Here’s where you can sign up for free.’)

    I don’t want any hardcoded site references, so any PHP code help will be greatly appreciated! If the user is not logged in, the preferred option is to redirect them like the plugin does (but I can’t figure out how it does it yet).

    Ken is a man of many talents.

    Disqus appears to have stripped the code you wanted to share. Please see Disqus’ Syntax Highlighting for more information.

    I activated the plugin, but there is no theme available. I recently downloaded and installed Theme My Login, version 6.3.9, into my WordPress theme (version 3.9). When I log in (under) the Settings, I see a TML following under Settings that shows the modules and general information but no tabs. Please assist me!

    How can I create a platform where site visitors can create and edit profiles?

    If you’re on the login page, how do you get rid of the bullets for ‘lost password’ and ‘register’? Also, if you’re on the register page, remove ‘lost password’. These options should be kept, but the bullets should be removed. This plugin appeals to me.

Leave a Comment