Support » Plugin: LoginPress | wp-login Custom Login Page Customizer » LoginPress 3.0.0 Broke My Login Layout Too

  • Resolved khoavo

    (@khoavo)


    Hey there, I noticed some other customers are also having the same issue after updating LoginPress to 3.0.0. Before the update, my Login screen looks fine like this: https://prnt.sc/E3VLqcHyoOGX – But after updating to v3.0.0, it now looks like this: https://prnt.sc/DZncR4pmZbsF

    I have a bunch of sites using the LoginPress and I rather not have to insert new Custom CSS for this fix. Can you provide a plugin update to fix this please? I do have some Custom CSS that you had helped me in the past to customize my LoginPress Login Screen, which was perfect before I updated to v3.0.0.

    I rather not use another Login Plugin, I like yours. So let me know if you can provide a global fix with a plugin update so that v3.0.0 doesn’t change the default login page, etc, as you have mentioned to other customers on here. Let me know. Thanks.

    KV

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  • I’m having the same issue. I was able to revert back to the previous version I was using (1.8.0) and it fixed it.

    Hope the devs fix this soon. This issue sucks.

    Thread Starter khoavo

    (@khoavo)

    Yeah I start updating some of my client’s sites, until I noticed the issue so I stopped with updating the rest of the sites. Hopefully they can provide a global six for this.

    Likewise, I’m experiencing issues with the layout – images are not appearing within the form background. Even when the image is updated, only the default ‘W’ image is displayed. As a temporary measure, I’m disabling images on various client website login pages. However, if this issue isn’t addressed universally, I’ll have to consider replacing this plug-in with an alternative. It’s disheartening that a major update was released with fundamental functionality issues like this.

    Plugin Contributor Abdul Wahab

    (@abdulwahab610)

    Hey, @khoavo, @dcutting and @c8rls

    We’ve just sent a new release v3.0.1 in which we fixed the layout issues. You don’t need to do a custom CSS again. Simply update the plugin, your issue will be resolve.

    Thank you.

    Thread Starter khoavo

    (@khoavo)

    (@abdulwahab610) – Negative, v3.0.1 didn’t solve it, I still see the same layout issues after the latest update. I tried it on couple different WordPress sites. So I had to revert back to v1.8 again until a fix is available. I still think your plugin is one of the best ones out there for this purpose, but it just need a global fix on this layout issue. Thanks.

    After update, it defaults to the Minimalist theme. For now you need to switch it back to Default for the fix to be in place fully.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 3 weeks ago by Endymion00.

    @khoavo

    I had to switch the theme to Default from Minimalist after the update. Now it seems to be working.

    Thread Starter khoavo

    (@khoavo)

    (@dcutting) Switch what theme? LoginPress theme? or WordPress Theme? I was hoping to not have to switch anything and leave all of my current setting and CSS as they are after the plugin update. So waiting for the developer to apply a new fix. Thanks for the input.

    Plugin Contributor Abdul Wahab

    (@abdulwahab610)

    Hey, @khoavo

    You just need to switch the LoginPress Template from Customizer after update to v3.0.1. Nothing else.

    Thank you.

    Version 3.0.1 has been successfully installed, and I have chosen the ‘Default’ theme; however, this has not entirely resolved the issue and has introduced a new problem.

    The login form is currently positioned at the top of the login page rather than being centered vertically. Additionally, the problem with the logo persists, as mentioned earlier. When selecting a new logo from the media library, it seems to have been applied, but upon publishing, the logo is replaced with a default “W” logo. Upon reopening the customizer, the default “W” logo is once again displayed.

    Thread Starter khoavo

    (@khoavo)

    Ahhhh, now I see. Thanks to all you guys and (@abdulwahab610) – Excellent customer support. Have a great day!

    Thread Starter khoavo

    (@khoavo)

    (@c8rls) To vertically center it, add the CSS below in LoginPress / Customizer / Custom CSS/JS box. I’m not having issues with the Logo, everything is still good after the latest LoginPress update and switching to the Default theme.

    /* Login Form – Vertically center it on the browser window */
    body.login {
    display: block !important;
    } login {

      position: absolute !important;
      top: 50%;
      left: 50%;
      transform: translate(-50%, -50%);
      margin-top: 0 !important;

    }

    Plugin Contributor Abdul Wahab

    (@abdulwahab610)

    Hey, @khoavo

    Good to know your issue resolved and helping to the others as well. <3

    @c8rls please create a new support ticket if you still need any assistence.

    Thank you.

    @khoavo – Thank you for the CSS although we shouldn’t need to apply that as it should have been fixed with the v3.0.1 update.

    if you haven’t changed the logo since the v3.0.0 update then the originally logo remains fine, if you changed the logo then you will more then likely experience the issue I describe.

    Thread Starter khoavo

    (@khoavo)

    (@c8rls) – No problem. I’m sure the developer will come up with a new fix soon for the logo issues, etc. I’ve been using this plugins for years and it’s one of the best ones out there, and they do a good job supporting. There’s not perfect plugin, but this one is more than good enough for me to use.

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