Support » Plugin: Authorizer » Customize Login Page (beyond CSS)

  • Resolved manakuke

    (@manakuke)


    We have some additional text/images we’d like to add above and below the login button/form. This would be above and beyond the regular logo (ie stuff that we can control by CSS). Would it be feasible to add a customizable HMTL field/div in between the logo H1 and main form as well as below the form? Couldn’t think of a way to readily do this without editing the code plugin.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/authorizer/

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  • Plugin Author Paul Ryan

    (@figureone)

    You can customize the login form in your theme by hooking into a number of actions and filters. See the following for details:
    https://codex.wordpress.org/Customizing_the_Login_Form

    Further, you can add code to your theme that integrates with Authorizer to add custom branding on the login form. There is an example theme in the plugin folder (sample-theme-add-branding) that you can use as a template:
    https://github.com/uhm-coe/authorizer/tree/master/sample-theme-add-branding

    That folder is a functional child theme of twentythirteen, but you can just copy the relevant bits into your theme. There’s a filter hook in functions.php to link up the extra css/js into Authorizer options. The sample css and javascript shows a few of the things you can do. If the filters provided by WordPress above aren’t enough for you, you can easily use this method to have jQuery add markup to the login form.

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