I’ve been looking for a plugin but have not yet discovered anything suitable.
I’d like to change the HTML markup found in the wp-login.php file so that it fits with the design conventions of my site.
I have experimented with the theme my admin plugin but this does not work with another vitally important plugin to the site: members only.
The site uses the ‘members only’ so content is only available to registered users.
What I would like to do is find or create a plugin that will enable me to continue to use the wp-login.php form but remove existing html and replace it with new HTML.
<h1><a href="<?php echo apply_filters('login_headerurl', 'http://wordpress.org/'); ?>" title="<?php echo apply_filters('login_headertitle', __('Powered by WordPress')); ?>"><?php bloginfo('name'); ?></a></h1>
<div id="site-ident"> <p id="site-title"><?php bloginfo('name'); ?></p> <p id="site-description"><?php bloginfo('description'); ?></p> </div>
In the first instance I’d like to know if this is even possible? Any pointers? For the time being I’m am simply changing the core code of the wp-login.php which means I have to reapply the changes with each update to WordPress. I’d love to find a more elegant way of doing this.
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