7 thoughts on “WordPress Custom Themed Login Gets An Update

  1. I’m pretty much retarded when it comes to WordPress and it’s structure. I downloaded your update however I am having some difficulty with it’s implementation.

    My site is called http://www.DigitalArtistsAssocation.com and I would love to have the Log-in/Register options inline like on your site..

    can you give me an idiots guide to using your update?


  2. This is the exact error I am receiving at the moment.

    ” Fatal error: Call to a member function get_error_code() on a non-object in /home/darkh3/public_html/DigitalArtistsAssociation/wp-login.php on line 94 ”

    The web address in the above message isn’t working.. I typed something wrong.. in any event here is the correct URL: http://www.digitalartistsassociation.com

  3. that problem is fixed; I am still having issues with getting everything aligned. Is there a separate .css file that I need to edit apart from the login.css file?

  4. Unless you specifically included WordPress’ login.css, it’s not being loaded at all if you used the sample login.php. Add the styles you need to your theme’s css and you should be fine. Let me know when it’s ready and I’ll check it out!

  5. Well I think I am getting it sorted. There are only a fe issues that I am having right now.. Have a look at my log-in page..


    The large black space between the dummy cat name and the log in blue/grey box and the back to blog should not be there either… I am not sure why either is happening and I have stepped through the login.css file but can not figure it out..

    Also if I leave the log in frame in the themes style css it adds the border not only around the log in box but it also adds it to the subscribe to email feed box as well… any help would be appreciated!


  6. This is a great plugin.
    I was able to make it work with itheme’s FlexxTheme.
    Can something similar be done to have the profile on the frontend as well?
    I’ve tried Customize Your Community (http://www.sugarrae.com/wordpress/cyc/) and got it to work.But that plugin throws off the relative path of various objects.
    Do you have any pointers on how to do this with the user profile using the same kinda technique?
    Thank you.

  7. The profile page is much more closely integrated with the administration tool, so I imagine it would be quite a bit trickier to theme, but I haven’t checked to be honest.

    My basic technique was to separate the page into 3 basic components: header, footer, and content. The content for the login page was the form and error reporting. For the profile page, it would be the div with id “profile-page”. Once I separated those components, I replaced the header and footer components with my own themed components, and the login page did the rest.

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