With this login and registration plugin you have the ability to drop the following forms right into any page, post or custom listing type on your website.
- Login Form
- Logout Page
- Registration Form
- Reset Password Form
- Password reset confirmation
- Retrieve Password Form
Using the shortcode will allow you to theme your login and regsitration pages exactly how you intend, without the limitations of theming them in their default location.
No more wp-login.php
You no longer have to open up your WordPress installation to possible hacking attempts by revealing to your users the default
wp-login.php url. You may redirect the user from the standard
wp-login.php url to any url that you would like. This plugin automatically does that with the check of a box.
It creates a new menu location
After the user has logged in, you have the ability to specify what will be displayed in the place of the login form. In this case you may select the configuration which displays a navigation menu to the logged in users, instead of a login form.
Simply navigate to the WordPress Menus administration and create your new users only custom menu.
Who’s using this plugin?
More information can be found for the WordPress Login and Registration Plugin here. If you would like to have your website showcased on our blog, please post it as a comment and we’ll feature the best ones!
The Red Rokk Widget Collection is a series of plugins that will aid you in enhancing your website. You can find out more about the plugins that are being released from the Red Rokk Blog
- Can I embed the Login and Registration Form in a page or post?
Yes. We’ve built in a WYSIWYG button for you that creates the shortcode. Simply navigate to the Page, Post or CLT that you would like your form to show on, then click the form icon that’s provided for you.
- Is the plugin compatible with the default login?
Yes. The plugin does not depend on the default login screen at all. It actually encapsulates the current login page into a single php class which is incredibly stable!
- Can I redirect users from the default wp-login.php page?
Yes and No. Users that access the wp-login.php page directly will be able to view it. However, all links on your website can be redirected to any form instance that you specify.
- Initial release