Support » Plugin: LoginPress | wp-login Custom Login Page Customizer » Version 3.0.0. Breaks Layout

  • Resolved PostmasterGS

    (@postmastergs)


    I recently upgraded to 3.0.0., and it broke the format of my login page. I managed to fix it through use of custom CSS, but I wanted to let the devs know, and to give a possible solution to anyone else facing this problem.

    In version 1.8, the CSS was such that the logo and footer text appeared to be inside the form box. Now, the CSS has changed so they appear outside the form box, making them basically unreadable if you were relying on the form box’s background color. (See below, version 1.8 on left, version 3.0.0 on right).

    The only solution seems to be using custom CSS to assign a background color to the entire login area, then removing the border styles of the actual login form. For anyone interested in the solution I used, I applied the following custom CSS:

    #login {
        border-radius: 25px;
        background: white;
        box-shadow: 0 0 10px rgba( 0,0,0,0.6 );
        padding: 26px 20px 0px 20px;
    }
    .login form {
        box-shadow: none;
    }

    It’s not exactly like I had it with version 1.8, but it’s close. I also had to add some custom CSS to get the checkmark back to my old color.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Contributor Abdul Wahab

    (@abdulwahab610)

    Hey, @postmastergs

    We’ve just sent a new release v3.0.1 in which we fixed the layout issues. You don’t need to do a custom CSS again. Simply update the plugin, your issue will be resolve.

    Release Note:

    • Bugfix: Revert the default layout of the LoginPress from v3.0.0
    • New Feature: Introducing a new and trendy LoginPress template named as Minimalist.

    Thank you.

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