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login-form.php template doesn’t work


  • WPITn2shape
    Member

    @wpitn2shape

    Perhaps it’s that I’m using ThemePress, but styling the login doesn’t work. I suppose I’ll have to actually edit the file, but it’s a file that shouldn’t cause upload trouble. I don’t want to have to do that much though.

    Also, how do I change the register/login link at the bottom of a post if one’s not logged in to a little form itself? I can’t find this in my theme, and I’d like to change that.

    It’s important to keep things on the WP side since I’m using MU.

    I didn’t find another post on this by the way. And thanks for any help!

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  • fel64
    Member

    @fel64

    > styling the login doesn’t work

    Can you be more precise? What do you want to do, what have you tried, how precisely has it failed?

    Do you mean the “You must log in to post.”? That should be translatable, but otherwise as far as I know it’s stuck in core files.


    WPITn2shape
    Member

    @wpitn2shape

    I can’t change the login styling by editing the template file, I have to change the bb-login.php.

    I wanted to NEVER allow going to bb-login.php but instead have a login box where it now has a log in link.


    WPITn2shape
    Member

    @wpitn2shape

    If when I put my WP log in form into bb-login.php and when that redirects to wp-login.php but shows a 404 (when the file is there), should I go to WordPress MU forums to ask for help?

    >>>>

    OK It also happens when I put bb-login.php into the code instead of wp-login.php, but I’m sure it’s still a WP/MU thing.

    Putting my WP login box on the sidebar of the main page of the forum works however, so what I really need is to be able to change the log in message at the bottom of those pages.


    WPITn2shape
    Member

    @wpitn2shape

    It works now to style login.php in my template folder, NOT login-form.php, but I swear it didn’t work before. I had put the same code in both of those template files. Weird.

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