Support » Plugin: Keyy Two Factor Authentication (like Clef) » Keyy with custom login page

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  • Plugin Contributor LumberHack

    (@lumberhack)

    Hi there @scienterrif1c

    Keyy does not have a front end login shortcode as yet. It is designed to work with any system that hooks into the WP login flow. Looks like Ultimate Member is using something custom that does not load JS from Keyy.

    While they are not compatible, you should be able to use some code like below to force this to happen.

    
    add_action('um_after_login_fields', 'keyy_support');
    
    function keyy_support() {
    	global $keyy_login_plugin;
    	$keyy_login_plugin->enqueue_scripts('login');
    }
    

    Its not tested and if it does not work its best to check with the makers of Ultimate Shortcode. They will be the best judges of when to hook or better still if they can modify the front end form to queue the default login scripts like WP itself does.

    You can paste add this code to your site as shown here

    http://www.wpbeginner.com/plugins/how-to-easily-add-custom-code-in-wordpress-without-breaking-your-site/

    Plugin Contributor aporter

    (@aporter)

    Hi,

    We are marking this as resolved.

    If this is not the case please unresolve and reply here so we can help you with your issue.

    Best Wishes,

    Ashley

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