Login Form Shortcode

To insert a login form into pages or posts on your WordPress website, open up the shortcodes editor and select "Login Form" from the "Forms" menu.

A window ( displayed into the screenshot above ) will appear, displaying all the available parameters.

It is recommended that you always use the shortcodes editor to add shortcodes to your pages/posts. In this way you're sure your shortcode has been added with the correct parameters configuration.

Parameter Usage
id Optional parameter, useful if you wish to add a custom ID tag to the markup for css customizations
label_username Optional parameter, used to customize the username label of the form.
label_password Optional parameter, used to customize the "password" label of the form.
label_remember Optional parameter, used to customize the "Remember me" label of the form.
label_log_in Optional parameter, used to customize the label of submit button of the form.
profile Specify if you wish to display information about the logged in user after the user has logged in.
login_link Specify if you wish to display a link to a login page ( page selected into the WPUM settings panel )
psw_link Specify if you wish to display a link to the password recovery page ( selected into the WPUM Settings panel )
register_link Specify if you wish to display a link to the registration page ( selected into the WPUM Settings panel )

Example Usage:

[wpum_login_form profile="no" login_link="no" psw_link="yes" register_link="yes" ]