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  1. Steven Denger says:

    I have been trying for god knows how many days and today several hours installing and uninstalling login/registration plugins. I have followed every lesson along the way and followed yours closely. But – another total failure. This did not work. It created all the pages but put the profile/registration form on all of them. I give up! How do all of these sites get logins? Because nothing what-so-ever works for me. I can write a book on all the plugins and programs that I have tried. I am not going to hire a web developer to put one in because this task should not be that hard. But I can tell you it must be .

    I will just have to do without like a lot of things in wordpress that are just not accessable to all – just web developers. It is too bad that one cannot have a decent normal site like the web developers can. Doing without a lot of functions is getting to be a real problem with me and wordpress. When the forums do not help – and the plugins don’t work – I just just have to give up and do without.

  2. kathy says:

    Go t fed up trying with this., I’m sure it’s a great plugin but it is inconsistent. I cannot find the login page – it appears intermittently and then I cannot get a registration page to work properly.
    Pfft! Tired

  3. Joe Barrett says:

    Is there a way/ any documentation to do this with out a plugin? Please help.

  4. Anna says:

    waw, thanks for the video, very helpful.

    one further question: I am building a site with a paid membership. I want to customize not only the login page but also the WP default page you get when your are logged in (i.e. with the dashboard on the left etc,…) is there a plugin for that?or coding is necessary?

    Thanks
    Anna

  5. jonny says:

    Does anybody know how to move a site that has this plugin installed? When I try to move the site, the login page completely stops working.

    Thanks for any suggestions.

  6. kkramer2195 says:

    I came across this plugin recently and LOVE IT!!!! I am trying to figure out how to verify a person is logged in prior to allowing them to write a post using Gravity Forms.

    All forms work properly, I found generic code to redirect to wp-login.php but since I am using the plugin, I want it to redirect to the same as the theme my login screen does.

    Here is sample code: (setup as page_loggedin.php)

    <?php else:
    wp_die('Sorry, you must first log in to view this page. You can register free here.');
    endif; ?>

    I don’t want hard coded site references, so any help with the PHP code will be appreciated! Preferred choice would be if user not logged in the redirect like the plugin does (but I can’t find how it does it yet)

    Ken

  7. DiscreteComponent says:

    I just got Theme My Login, version 6.3.9, and installed it into my wordpress theme (wp version 3.9). I activated the plugin but I see no Theme My Loging inside (under) the Setting what I do see is a TML following under Settings that does show the modules & general but no tabs. Help!

  8. chen says:

    how can i create a platform where visitors to the site can create a profile and edit it.

  9. FRBL says:

    Like this plugin
    How do you remove the bullets for ‘lost password’ and ‘register’ if on the login page? And remove ‘lost password’ if on the register page?
    I want to keep these options but remove the bullets.

  10. J says:

    Do i need to upgrade my wordpress to enterprise version in order to have the plugin feature for my website and install your custom login feautre?

  11. Joyce Evans says:

    Can this log-in page be used to log into a specific page of a website? I don’t want people logging into the admin section, but when they click on the link for a particular page, I want people to be able to log in with a username and password for just the one page. They need to be able to set up an account and create their own password, thus the reason I can’t use the password-protected option offered per page by WordPress. All members’ usernames and passwords need to be unique.

  12. Ruchi Agrawal says:

    Its very good plugin to login. But if we want to disable the header and footer using this plugin then how we can do this. If anyone knows this then please upload your answer and give me it on ly email id.

  13. LaShunna R. says:

    This plug-in is fine except if someone loses their password. I don’t know if it’s me, but the plug-in doesn’t seem to communicate with WordPress very well. For instance, James loses his password to my site. He requests that a new password be sent to him. James receives an email saying that he lost his password, but he should go to *blank* website to reset it. Unfortunately, there’s nowhere for James to go to retrieve/reset his password. Now, I could be wrong about this, but so far, I’ve found no way around this problem

  14. subbareddy says:

    It worked for me its nice plugin

  15. Pete says:

    The plugin isn’t compatible with the latest version of wordpress

    • Editorial Staff says:

      It is compatible. The only reason why the plugin author hasn’t updated the plugin’s readme file is because they haven’t come out with new features yet. It works just fine.

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