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You'd probably want to start by copying the form HTML from the appropriate function in the main plugin file and then modifying to fit your requirements.
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You'd probably want to start by copying the form HTML from the appropriate function in the main plugin file and then modifying to fit your requirements.
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To use the filter, you'll need to add code to your theme's functions.php file. For example:
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To use the filter, you'll need to add code to your theme's functions.php file. For example:
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The 3 available filters are:
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The 3 available filters are:
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Starting with SimpleModal Login 1.0, each form (login, register, password reset) has a filter available that allows you to modify the HTML.
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Starting with SimpleModal Login 1.0, each form (login, register, password reset) has a filter available that allows you to modify the HTML.
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<em>This is an advanced option for users familiar with HTML, PHP and WordPress.</em>
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<em>This is an advanced option for users familiar with HTML, PHP and WordPress.</em>
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I suggest copying one of the existing themes as a template to start with.
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I suggest copying one of the existing themes as a template to start with.
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To create a new theme you'll need to add two files under the <code>simplemodal-login</code> plugin directory: <code>css/THEME.css</code> and <code>js/THEME.js</code>. Replace THEME with the name you would like to use.
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To create a new theme you'll need to add two files under the <code>simplemodal-login</code> plugin directory: <code>css/THEME.css</code> and <code>js/THEME.js</code>. Replace THEME with the name you would like to use.
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<em>This is for users familiar with CSS and JavaScript, namely jQuery and SimpleModal.</em>
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<em>This is for users familiar with CSS and JavaScript, namely jQuery and SimpleModal.</em>
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Lastly, if you've manually added a log in link, you can change it to:
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Lastly, if you've manually added a log in link, you can change it to:
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[1] Place it wherever you'd like to display and modify the code to fit your needs.
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[1] Place it wherever you'd like to display and modify the code to fit your needs.
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For example, after you delete the Meta Widget, open sidebar.php (in your theme) and add[1] the following code:
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For example, after you delete the Meta Widget, open sidebar.php (in your theme) and add[1] the following code:
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If you are using the Meta Widget (Appearance &gt; Widgets), to use this feature, you may need to delete the Meta Widget and add the code to your sidebar.php file manually.
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If you are using the Meta Widget (Appearance &gt; Widgets), to use this feature, you may need to delete the Meta Widget and add the code to your sidebar.php file manually.
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To have the user return to the page they were on, update the code to look like:
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To have the user return to the page they were on, update the code to look like:
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The WordPress <code>wp_loginout()</code> function allows for an optional <code>$redirect</code> parameter which is the URL where the user will be sent after a logging in our logging out.
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The WordPress <code>wp_loginout()</code> function allows for an optional <code>$redirect</code> parameter which is the URL where the user will be sent after a logging in our logging out.
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<p>simplemodal_reset_form: http://pastebin.com/jpd1RiP9</p>
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<p>simplemodal_reset_form: http://pastebin.com/jpd1RiP9</p>
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