- Brandon Reeves on January 21, 2016 at 9:09 pm #2396
Should be in your inbox
- Brandon Reeves on January 21, 2016 at 9:06 pm #2394
See the following for the new page:
no form shown
- Brandon Reeves on January 21, 2016 at 9:04 pm #2392
The page does have the loop built in
<?php if ( have_posts() ) : while ( have_posts() ) : the_post(); ?>
- Brandon Reeves on January 21, 2016 at 9:02 pm #2391
We went ahead and copied the content from page.php to login.php and moved the blogin folder into our theme directory.
Result: Same login form is being shown as before (not the one using shortcodes)
- Brandon Reeves on January 21, 2016 at 8:59 pm #2389
3.) we are using the default login page currently. No blogin folder exists in the template folder.
When we point the buddypress config are the new page using the shortcodes, the same login form shows up that was in use (the standard login form)
Should be go ahead an move the blogin folder into our theme folder and replace the content of login.php with page.php?
- Brandon Reeves on January 21, 2016 at 8:10 pm #2387
Thank you so much. We are working on this as well. If you need any files from us, let us know. We can send you our page.php or anything else you might need.
- Brandon Reeves on January 21, 2016 at 3:31 pm #2382
Thanks, I copied the page.php to the login.php and you called it. It was blank. I dont have the exact shortcode because we are using visual composer to add the shortcodes. Is there a way from a code perspective to add something to the login.php to allow us to do this from the wordpress admin page rather than trying to hack the code together?
I am sure somewhere there is code regarding buddypress resetting the page id but for some reason none of our searches have been able to turn them up
Again, basically we want to use the files in the blogin folder and the plugin to manage the redirection. We want to manage the content from within wordpress
We have created a test page to work with our shortcodes and figure out what we want our page to look like. All we need to do is figure out how to get this plugin to work with the code in the page
Test page here: https://www.infoseclist.com/login
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- Brandon Reeves on January 17, 2016 at 10:10 pm #2353
Ok thanks. This might sound like a stupid question (and it probably is). But is it a bad idea to make the blogin php page blank? The reason I ask it because we have some shortcodes that we cant to use within the login page.
Ideally we would like to build the login page with our shortcodes and a few other things to look like the following with the complete login form:
http://wpmetalist.com/login/ or http://profilepress.net/downloads/montserrat-account-form/
We can do this easily with shortcodes we have but that would mean pulling the form out of the php code.
- Brandon Reeves on January 17, 2016 at 7:41 pm #2351
Thanks Brajesh. Centering the form is really a big step in the right direction. We added the css you recommended to our child theme style.css but the form did not change. Thoughts?
As a longer term solution, we will look into moving the blogin folder into our theme directory to develop the page to fit within our theme.
Just want to make sure I am correct. We take the login folder and put it in the root folder of our child theme.