WP Login Form

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Create a WordPress user login form and add it to your post, page or sidebar

Author:naa986 (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:3.0
WordPress version tested:6.5
Plugin version:1.0.12
Added to WordPress repository:11-08-2017
Last updated:02-04-2024
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Plugin URI:https://noorsplugin.com/wordpress-login-form-...
Total downloads:89 948
Active installs:9 000+
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WP Login Form allows you to create a simple login form for use anywhere on the front end of your WordPress site. You can add it to a post, page or your sidebar with a shortcode.

How to Create a Custom Login Page for WordPress

In order to create a login form or custom login page for WordPress with the default options, all you need to do is use this shortcode:

[wp_login_form]

However, there are other parameters that you can pass in the shortcode to customize it.

redirect

An absolute URL to which the user will be redirected after a successful login. For example,

[wp_login_form redirect="https://example.com/mypage/"]

The default is to redirect back to the URL where the form was submitted.

form_id

Your own custom ID for the login form. For example,

[wp_login_form form_id="myloginform"]

The default is “loginform”.

label_username

Your custom label for the username/email address field. For example,

[wp_login_form label_username="Login ID or Email"]

The default is “Username or Email Address”.

label_password

Your custom label for the password field. For example,

[wp_login_form label_password="Login Password"]

The default is “Password”.

label_remember

Your custom label for the remember field. For example,

[wp_login_form label_remember="Remember"]

The default is “Remember Me”.

label_log_in

Your custom label for the form submit button. For example,

[wp_login_form label_log_in="Submit"]

The default is “Log In”.

id_username

Your own custom ID for the username field. For example,

[wp_login_form id_username="wp_user_login"]

The default is “user_login”.

id_password

Your own custom ID for the password field. For example,

[wp_login_form id_password="wp_user_pass"]

The default is “user_pass”.

id_remember

Your own custom ID for the remember field. For example,

[wp_login_form id_remember="login_rememberme"]

The default is “rememberme”.

id_submit

Your own custom ID for the form submit button. For example,

[wp_login_form id_submit="login_form_submit"]

The default is “wp-submit”.

remember

Specify whether to display the “Remember Me” checkbox in the WordPress login form. For example,

[wp_login_form remember="0"]

The default is “1” (true).

value_username

Your custom placeholder attribute for the username input field. For example,

[wp_login_form value_username="Your Username"]

The default is NULL.

value_remember

Specify whether the “Remember Me” checkbox in the form should be checked by default. For example,

[wp_login_form value_remember="1"]

The default is “0” (false).

lost_password

Specify whether to display a lost password link in the form. For example,

[wp_login_form lost_password="0"]

The default is “1” (true).

label_lost_password

Your custom label for the lost password link. For example,

[wp_login_form label_lost_password="Reset Password"]

The default is “Lost your password?”.

How to Enable Google reCAPTCHA

WP Login Form supports Google reCAPTCHA v3 to protect your login form against spam and other types of automated abuse. To enable this feature, go to “Settings > WP Login Form” and configure these options.

  • Enable Google reCAPTCHA v3
  • Site Key

WP Login Form Add-ons

For detailed documentation please visit the WordPress Login Form plugin page


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