Support » Plugin: Read More Login » Change Password on same Page as Login

  • Resolved mgofv

    (@mgofv)


    I activated the option “Enable registration in form”, so I dont Need another page for Registration. Is the same possible for resetting the password? The problem is, having the password-reset on a seperate page than the form, the links “Login” or “Register” dont work, respectively link to the WordPress Overall Login and not to your loginform on the post.

    Sry for bad english and thanks for help 🙂

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  • Plugin Author arildur

    (@arildur)

    Hi,
    Sorry for my late response.

    Password handling in the “login & registration form”, as created by the [rml_read_more] short-code, is not supported. (It is a good idea, maybe it will be included in future versions of the plugin.)

    The pages as listed in the plugin’s Page Linking settings are not created by default, you need to create these manually. And you need to manually add the respective short-codes to these pages. The links given below the login, registration and password forms on these pages are set by the Page Linking settings. In case if any of these pages are missing, the link will default to WordPress overall login.

    So if you want to have registration on a separate page, you need to create that page and put the short code [rml_register] in it. Same applies for the password-reset on separate page.

    However, in case you want to use the WordPress’ default login/registration/password pages, you should empty the fields in the Page Linking settings.

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