Support » Plugin: All In One WP Security & Firewall » Does not allow to login from theme’s own login Ajax form

  • Hello,

    please, advise, if there is a solution for the following:
    I have a WP theme with it’s own Ajax login form with it’s own Google reCAPTCHA.
    When the AIO WP Security plugin is running, and Google ReCAPTCHA in the plugin is switched off, I can not log in to the admins’ accounts and sometimes can not login to users’ accounts. I see the message, that I need to solve the CAPTCHA, even if I did so already. But at the same time I may easily login under admin or user at wp-login page (not in Ajax form).
    If I switch off the plugin, I may login without any difficulties via Ajax for and wp-login page.
    Did anybody experience the same? Theme developers say, that there is a login page provided by the plugin, that is in conflict with their login form. I may not change the theme, I need it.

    • This topic was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by maxim507.
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  • Plugin Contributor mbrsolution

    (@mbrsolution)

    Hi,

    I have a WP theme with it’s own Ajax login form with it’s own Google reCAPTCHA.

    Have you set up Google reCAPTCHA in our plugin or your theme? You should only have either one running, not both at the same time. This would probably cause a conflict especially if they are set up for the login form.

    When the AIO WP Security plugin is running, and Google ReCAPTCHA in the plugin is switched off, I can not log in to the admins’ accounts and sometimes can not login to users’ accounts.

    Have you set up Rename Login Page feature in our plugin under Brute Force tab? If you have, you need to enter yoursite.com/secretword to access your site and not yoursite.com/wp-login.

    Kind regards

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by mbrsolution.
    • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by mbrsolution.
    Thread Starter maxim507

    (@maxim507)

    Hello,

    thank you for the reply.

    Have you set up Google reCAPTCHA in our plugin or your theme? You should only have either one running, not both at the same time. This would probably cause a conflict especially if they are set up for the login form.

    I use only one CAPTCHA, that is set up by the theme. Not the one from the plugin.

    Have you set up Rename Login Page feature in our plugin under Brute Force tab? If you have, you need to enter yoursite.com/secretword to access your site and not yoursite.com/wp-login.

    I did not change the login page address.

    Please, advise, if there are any hints I may test to get rid of the conflict. I really like the plugin and would like to keep it. Thank you

    Plugin Contributor mbrsolution

    (@mbrsolution)

    Hi,

    I use only one CAPTCHA, that is set up by the theme. Not the one from the plugin.

    Have you set up the other captcha in our plugin, “Not the reCAPTCHA”?

    Just for testing purposes, can you test one of WordPress default themes? For example: Twenty Seventeen.

    Let me know how you go

    Thank you

    I can login now. Thank you

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