Allows you to create a custom login and registration page or login and registration modals. Complete with AJAX verification and Facebook login support
Using a modal really frees up a lot of space on my template since login/register boxes can be so big. This allows me to simply put a "Login" and "Register" link in my menu for visitors to click on, and they don't have to go anywhere special to login or register.
And I have to say, the design elements of this are very aesthetically pleasing. As a developer, this is very important to me! So thank you!!
How do I make it be in a modal box? Some example will help.
It looks good. WordPress default login page has no options to customize. Using this plugin, I can disable the "Remember Me" checkbox. The developer is good too, if you found bug or have any issue, he will help you. Try it, perhaps you will love it too.
Could get the form to display and work but could not get the form field to display under a text header, it defaults to the top of page. For instance, I wanted to tell the visitor they had to login or register before they were presented with the form. But the form was the first thing they see and I could not put a text header above form. I checked support postings and documentation but no help. Ended up using another tool b/c this was not very intuitive, even with a video. Also the link to plugin homepage from the details popup menu is broken. I had to google the plugin homepage.
is there any way to send registiration details to any user who registers at a website
also is there a way to restrict certain things to do like editing posts
I couldn't get the facebook to work but I still give it 5 stars. Thank you so much. I love the modal triggers!
May be there is a more complete solution out there but may be that will be after many many hours of trial and error and help but this works with buddypress (buddypress has no register function so you are basically caging yourself in your own network)
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