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Move User Login from Admin to Theme

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  • You already posted a similar question here: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/50579
    Since most of the WP bloggers are the only users of their blogs this is not a priority.

    I’m with you on this one frogpond.

    So you could help him search 😉
    Here is a Customized login page topic:
    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/10821

    > Here is a Customized login page topic:

    True, but it doesn’t touch the real issue brought up here. Because we can now require registration before posting comments, the argument that, “Since most of the WP bloggers are the only users of their blogs this is not a priority” loses it’s power. This goes beyond the registration page to the dashboard, and other admin routines that the user can see.

    The entire admin section should be part of the theme as well; I admit changing the admin pages are trivial with a little knowledge of PHP (although I wouldn’t mind seeing more comments in the code; “self-documenting code” isn’t), core files shouldn’t need to be altered to make a change as simple as, “level 0 users should not have access to the dashboard,” or, “my reg page should look like the rest of my site.”

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