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[Resolved] [Plugin: A5 Custom Login Page] Transparent Login Form

  • Hi

    I think I did something very stupid I set the transparent value of my login form to -60. In order to preview my changes I logged out. Much to my surprise I noticed the login form is now essentially invisible. I have tried to login yes to an invisible form but can’t find the userid and password fields. Thankfully I am building my wordpress web site off line (localhost). How can I login into my wordpress web site to correct this problem.

    Any help appreciated.

    Regards

    David

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/custom-login-page/

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  • Plugin Author tepelstreel
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    @tepelstreel

    Hi,

    in deed givin a negative value results in 0 = invisible. Just delete the folder ‘custom-login-page from your plugins folder and you will be able to see the form again.

    After logging in, upload the folder again and activate the plugin. Go to the settings and put some value around 50 to see the form. From there, you can start to experiment.

    A different solution would be, if your browser supports it, just to press the tab key on the login screen. At one point the user field should be focused. One tab ahead from that is the password.

    Regards,
    Stefan

    Hi Stefan

    Much appreciated your help, I found the solution my self and it’s the same solution you provided.

    Again much appreciated

    Regards

    David

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