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  • Hello need some help here .
    1– I am using ithemes security on a flatastic theme using “Login With Ajax ” which is working fine but i have only one Issue . i keep getting this error (attached photo) https://pasteboard.co/IsFQfzV.jpg ajax
    login keeps giving me this error. Actually ithemes security sends code to login email confirmation to users but since Ajax login doesn’t show this message or box to paste “received code from email” users get lost and can’t login or confused .

    2nd -I am using a 3rd Party social login. How can i insert login buttons in login with AJAX ?

    thanks for the help

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  • Plugin Author Marcus

    (@netweblogic)

    We’d need to see the site to understand more why 1 is happening, my guess is if it’s a flat theme, it’s not loading our JS or it’s intercepting our AJAX in some way, not much we can do about that from our side, your theme would need to take a look (that’s a guess though).

    2. In theory if the 3rd party login injects their buttons on the regular login screen, it should manage to do it on the login widget…. which 3rd party plugin is it?

    Hello thanks for the reply
    1- well theme developper said i should contact you that you know why this is the happens. my website is dame247.com

    2- i am using https://codecanyon.net/item/woocommerce-social-login-wordpress-plugin/8495883
    And how can i do it please .

    any help ?

    Plugin Author Marcus

    (@netweblogic)

    I can only offer limited help (this is a free plugin, after all). Firstly, it looks like the one you bought is for WooCommerce login forms, but I do see it integrates into the WP-Admin login area.

    Our plugin uses this hook, which is the one also fired in the generic wp login form too:

    do_action(‘login_form’);

    I think the plugin author is using another hook, they’d need to use that one for it to work with LWA (it’ll also probably look nicer on the generic form rather than being at the bottom).

    So i would have to paste this do_action(‘login_form’); in WooCommerce login forms for it to work ?

    Plugin Author Marcus

    (@netweblogic)

    are you using a login form created by WooCommerce or another plugin like you metioned? WooCommerce, I would imagine, probably already adds that action.

    sorry i misread your last message . yes it was created for woocommerce .
    my question is where should i paste code to be able to see this function in wordpress default login with your plugin login with ajax is linked to .
    and also what code exactly.

    thank you

    greatiwhales

    (@greatiwhales)

    sorry i misread your last message . yes it was created for woocommerce .
    my question is where should i paste code to be able to see this function in wordpress default login with your plugin login with ajax is linked to .
    and also what code exactly.

    thank you

    Plugin Author Marcus

    (@netweblogic)

    unfortunately I can’t help with this, hopefully someone from the other plugin can help you given the information I’ve provided (afterall, they’re the ones getting paid here).

    greatiwhales

    (@greatiwhales)

    LOL

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