I'm using the latest version of WP and the latest version of Jquery.
The pop-up works but it will not login nor register users.
It's almost ok with me but the error message for invalid username/pass is still "All fields are required" instead of saying invalid username/password. Thank you for this plugin. I'm not a really good php coder so i overrided it by putting "required" attribute to each field.
Error message appeared on the top of dashboard when I activated plugin:
"Strict Standards: Redefining already defined constructor for class SimpleModal Login in www\wp-content\plugins\simplemodal-login\simplemodal-login.php on line 92
I made research and have noticed that this error occurs not just in my case.
didn't crash with other plugins and saved us time
Better still, it works as a menu item in UberMenu. Great stuff.
"Simple" but very efficient !
Help me what can I do.
It does what it says, it works well and I can easily do the the customization to it I want.
Brilliant. Awesome, great job.
BTW I am testing in 3.9alpha and it works perfectly, with no errors.
Dude, I`m sorry to tell you, but there are people who just started to use WordPress. Where do you exactly implement the "wp_loginout()" in the theme... stylesheet.css? functions.php ??
Working just fine for me.
I'm using this plugin to allow users to login/register on any page on my site, which are almost all pages external to wordpress. You just need to apply the standard calls:
global $wp, $wp_rewrite, $wp_the_query, $wp_query;
Then, add the following calls just before </head>, to make sure the plugin sets itself up:
If you don't want the footer to actually show, you can use css to hide it.
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