Support » Plugin: Login/Signup Popup ( Inline Form + Woocommerce ) » Woocommerce password and username setting conflict

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  • Plugin Contributor xootixsupport

    (@xootixsupport)

    Hi @wp_begginer_pri

    Currently the password field is a must. I will allow it is optional in next update.
    Regarding username, you can disable it from the “Fields” Tab.

    Thank you. There is another thing I noticed. We are using BPS pro (https://wordpress.org/plugins/bulletproof-security/). They provide an inbuilt captcha and limits login attempts to 3. I noticed, you plugin bypasses this system. On talking to the developer, this was his reply:

    There are limited number of hooks that are used on a WordPress Login page. Only 1 plugin at a time can use 1 of the 2 available Login hooks. That is why BPS Pro Login Security is not working. Your other plugin is already using the same Login hook that BPS Pro Login Security uses. If you find another plugin that is using 1 of the different Login page hooks then both plugins will work together without competing for the same Login page hook.

    So, my question to you, is making use of the other hook to enhance your plugin’s compatibility with the 70k users of this plugin (plus paid users) possible in your future update? I was thinking of a code where your plugin looks for a list of plugin using the conflicting hook before install and activates the code with the right hook? I leave it up to you to decide how best to resolve since a lot of security plugins use hooks which might stop your plugin from being adopted by their users.

    Naturally, I am writing this point to help you enhance your compatibility with all your other users who use BPS or similar security plugins. Please don’t think of doing this only for me since I am testing your plugin in staging as a possible solution for production. I wanted you to know the results to improve your work 🙂

    Cheers,

    pri

    I am marking this as resolved for now since client found custom solution. Good luck about considering the compatibility points 😉

    Cheers,

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