Allows you to create a custom login and registration page or login and registration modals. Complete with AJAX verification and Facebook login support
With ZM Ajax Login & Register, you can create a custom login and registration page. No need for any custom post types, just create a normal WordPress page, add your own custom logo, text, and use the following shortcode
From the settings you can assign login and register modal boxes to menu items, and add a redirect URL. By assigning the login and register modals to menu items users will be able to click menu items, will display a single login or register form in a modal without any post content. Once the users login they can be redirected to a custom page, for example: "dashboard", or "welcome".
Now your visitors can login or register from the page you've set-up.
Each form has pre-set styling options and uses AJAX. From the settings you can choose either; stacked (default) or wide styling. Additional styling you can be achieved by adding your custom CSS or using one of the available hooks. Feel free to contact us and will add any additional hooks you need. The forms use AJAX to verify that the username and email are valid and are not already in use.
If you've enabled the Facebook login or register, from your settings, the Facebook button will display in the form. Each user that logins with Facebook will be register as a "subscriber" and their Facebook profile picture will be used as their avatar.
Interested in more features? View our Pro Version, which includes the following:
ZM AJAX Login Register works well with the following plugins
ZM AJAX Login & Register is available in the following languages. Thanks to the respective contributors:
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Note your site will need to be open to registration.
The following implies for creating a login or register page.
Additionally we've created AJAX Login & Register WordPress Plugin help videos to aid in the process
Note your page must support custom menus
Additionally you can assign a URL to a page the user is redirected to once logged in. The default is the site home page.
Please use the following resources for support.
Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.3.5
Last Updated: 10 months ago
Active Installs: 10,000+
0 of 4 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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