Login With Ajax is for sites that need user logins or registrations and would like to avoid the normal wordpress login pages, this plugin adds the capability of placing a login widget in the sidebar with smooth AJAX login effects.
Some of the features:
If you have any problems with the plugin after reading the FAQ, Other Notes, etc. please visit the support forums.
To view translated languages avaialble or to contribute translations in your language, visit the WordPress translation portal. Any translated languages over 90% will be automatically installed with the plugin, for other languages not fully translated, please see our FAQ.
We have WPML compatiblity with regards to login/logout redirects. Aside from custom redirect links for each language, you can also use the %LANG% placeholder to dynamically insert the language fragment used to build URLs, such as en for English or es for Spanish.
To force SSL, see https://codex.wordpress.org/Administration_Over_SSL. The plugin will automatically detect the wordpress settings.
You can customize the html widgets in an upgrade-safe manner by copying files and editing them within your theme. Firstly, you need to understand how Login With Ajax loads templates:
When looking for files/templates there is an order of precedence – active child theme (if applicable), active parent themes, and finally the plugin folder:
Login With Ajax loads only one CSS and JS file which contains code for all templates. The plugin checks the locations above and loads the one it finds first. The default files are:
login-with-ajax.source.js, a non-minified version of the normal JS file.
Login With Ajax then checks for template folders which are loaded according to the preference highlighted above.
widget_out.phpwill be used.
widget_in.phpwill be used
If you wanted to change some text on the default theme, you could simply copy
wp-content/themes/yourtheme/plugins/login-with-ajax/default and edit the files as needed.
If you need to change the CSS file, copy the file
wp-content/plugins/login-with-ajax/widget/widget.css over to
wp-content/themes/yourtheme/plugins/login-with-ajax/widget.css and edit accordingly.
Upload this plugin to the
/wp-content/plugins/ directory and unzip it, or simply upload the zip file within your wordpress installation.
Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
If you want login/logout redirections, go to Settings > Login With Ajax in the admin area and fill out the form.
Add the login with ajax widget to your sidebar, [lwa] on your pages, or use login_with_ajax() in your template.
Happy logging in!
If your language has been translated 90% or more on the translate.wordpress.org project page, then your language translation of Login With Ajax should be automatically installed and maintained by WordPress.
If not, you can also manually install this, we’ll use Russian as an example:
wp-content/languages/pluginsfolder on your WordPress installation.
We suggest you contribute to the WordPress translation project page, anyone with a registered wordpress.org account can suggest new translations!
Before you start troubleshooting, make sure your blog has registrations enabled via the admin area (Settings > General) and that your widget has the registration link box checked.
Firstly, you should make sure that you can register via the normal wp-admin login, if something goes wrong there the problem is not login with ajax. Please note that currently there is no AJAX registration with BuddyPress due to it rewriting the login area (this will be resolved soon).
See the notes section about customizing a widget.
Yes, see the notes section.
Yes, see the notes section.
For further questions and answers (or to submit one yourself) go to our [https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/login-with-ajax/](support forums).
Add smooth ajax login/registration effects and choose where users get redirected upon log in/out. Supports SSL, MultiSite, and BuddyPress.View Cart
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