How to Create a Custom Login Page for WordPress

WordPress Without Hosting – How to Create a Custom Login Page for WordPress


How to Create a Custom Login Page for WordPress

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… instead of using the default WordPress login page. In this article, we will show you how to create a custom login page for WordPress without writing any code.

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How to Create a Custom Login Page for WordPress

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  1. Thank you for the nice videos, do you know if there is any way to limit a user to login just once? and the account get expired or disabled after one time login so they can't use the restricted area more than once? thanks

  2. New version of Theme My Login – you have to create the pages yourself (also looks like it requires payment for proper functionality?)
    You create your own pages & add in the code snippet for TML

    eg. for a login page, I created the page, changed the slug of the page, then I added in the content:

    [theme-my-login action="login"]

    the words between the " " should match the slugs you set in Theme My Login Settings.

    Found instructions at the TML documentation help:

    https://docs.thememylogin.com/article/92-using-pages

  3. Hi there, I would like to create a website where people can login to buy pdfs and enrol into paid online courses. Can you help me with this please. Thank you.

  4. I have a question, redirecting on successful login is good, but is that page actually protected? IE what if a person manually entered the redirect URL into the address bar, are they blocked from that page or can they view it?

  5. Any feedback about a plugin to create redirects that can point to multiple client specific pages? My goal is to create a custom username/password that they can use on the login form to access their private information.
    Any feedback will be very helpful.
    Thx

  6. Looks like the developer of this plugin is fighting his caorner after making all the extenstion paid. The very very basic of the plugin is free but from the comments over the last 6 months there are now security issues. One of the paid for extensions is a security feature to help prevent bruteforce attacks!

  7. Great into. Can you show how after you log in that you are redirected to a page that is specific to that user and how you would determine what to display on that page dynamically?

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