Support » Plugin: Login With Ajax » Padding and username

  • I love this plug in. I put the widget in the sidebar and I simply love it.
    Still I have some issues. Two to be exact.
    First one is that my site uses a theme in which the widgets have outlines and the Login with Ajax needs some padding to the left and right, because it extend right to the outlines. Where can I add padding?
    The second problem is that my widget does not look like the one in the plug-in description. It does not say β€œHi Admin”.

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  • @hope change

    Open Control panel of your website >> open public_html >>
    open WP-content >> open themes >> open {Your Theme Name} folder >>
    open css folder in it and download “dark css”.

    After completion open it with notepad or your default html editor.

    find the word tables on the text and you can change the appearance there.

    Hope it Works.

    Plugin Author Marcus


    what Prudhvi28 is basically saying, you need to make changes to your CSS in your theme πŸ™‚

    if you put a link to your site on here, maybe someone out there would be willing to help with this.

    regarding your hi admin issue, i see the bug and will be fixed in next update (you’ll be able to modify it in your widget settings too)

    here is the link:

    Armani Code for men, Giorgio Armani

    thanks for the widgete!!! it’s great! and thanks for help!!!! πŸ˜€ you are realy kind.

    Plugin Support angelo_nwl


    you can add this in your theme style.css

    td.lwa-password-label {
      padding-left: 10px;
    td.lwa-username-label {
      padding-left: 10px;

    WOW! I see you updated the plugin, Marcus. It’s amazingly good now! Thanks mate! You da man! It now shows “Hi, username” in the widgete title. πŸ˜€

    Unfortunately angelo_nwl, your advice did not work. It did notning. It’s not just the username and password boxes, it’s everything, even if your loged in. The profile avatar is stuck to the left boarder. But that is not such a big problem. Thanks anyway! πŸ™‚

    Plugin Support angelo_nwl


    I see, you mean the whole login div


    .lwa.lwa-default {
      padding: 10px;

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