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  • Plugin Support MM Aurangajeb

    (@aurangajeb)

    Hello @srinnadar

    Before going further, would you please troubleshoot your site’s conflict result by using the Health Check plugin? You can walk through this article to know how to perform that.

    If you found this is not any theme/plugin issue, let me know. I would be glad to assist.

    Regards.

    Thread Starter srin.nadar

    (@srinnadar)

    Hi Aurangajeb

    Thank you for your reply.

    I have used the Health Check plugin to determine the plugin conflicts, but I cannot find any issues in theme and plugin.

    I also checked by only enabling WP User Front end plugin by using default WordPress Theme, I still see the text messages appearing twice.

    Please can you provide suggestions

    Plugin Support MM Aurangajeb

    (@aurangajeb)

    Hello @srinnadar

    I may need to inspect your site thoroughly. So please be advised to contact us through our native support channel here with reference to this thread.

    Kind regards.

    Thread Starter srin.nadar

    (@srinnadar)

    hello @aurangajeb

    Thank you for your response.

    I have created a ticket #599685 related to the situation.

    I am looking forward to your assistance.

    I also seen this issue. The only way I found to fix it on my site was to use a CSS selector (can’t remember which one) and use
    display:none;
    visibility: hidden;

    body #wpuf-login-form div.wpuf-message:nth-child(1), body #wpuf-login-form div.wpuf-message:nth-child(2){
    
    	display:none;
    	visibility:hidden;
    }
    Thread Starter srin.nadar

    (@srinnadar)

    @anticosti should I have to enter the above code in the custom CSS field?

    @srinnadar
    You can paste it at:
    wp-admin/admin.php?page=wpuf-settings
    Custom CSS codes

    If you want to hide the first one, use:

    #wpuf-login-form div.wpuf-message:nth-child(1){
    	display:none;
    	visibility:hidden;
    }

    if you want to hide the second (extra duplicate message) use:

    #wpuf-login-form div.wpuf-message:nth-child(2){
    	display:none;
    	visibility:hidden;
    }

    I think it should also work from the admin menu: Appearance:
    Appearance / Customize / Additional CSS

    Cheers,

    Thread Starter srin.nadar

    (@srinnadar)

    @anticosti @aurangajeb This really worked. Thank you guys.

    Similarly, can you help to change the text appearing button Log IN to something Else?

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    • This reply was modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago by srin.nadar.
    • This reply was modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago by srin.nadar.
    Plugin Support MM Aurangajeb

    (@aurangajeb)

    Hello @srinnadar

    I believe you already got the solution from our native support channel.

    Kindly follow up over there.
    Regards.

    Plugin Support MM Aurangajeb

    (@aurangajeb)

    Due to the inactivity of the thread. I’m making this as resolve.

    Please open a new thread/topic for further issues or queries.

    Thanks.

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