[wp-hackers] Revised Login Form Complete!
lists at viper007bond.com
Wed Sep 13 04:12:23 GMT 2006
Mmm, I like that one as well.
I didn't really change the look of the login form at all though. I just
mostly changed the stuff behind the scenes. ;)
Michael Heilemann wrote:
> My only concerns are aesthetic really. I think it looses its umph by being
> as wide as it is, and while I'm all for larger input fields for the login
> screen, I think they are too large. And finally the Login button is also
> big and still uses the old-school WordPress style, which is horrendous :)
> But I'm biased.
> On 9/12/06, Viper007Bond <lists at viper007bond.com> wrote:
>> Just copy/paste in the HTML results (not the PHP) of the form onto a
>> Page of your theme and have it POST to wp-login.php. No hacking required
>> and it should accomplish the exact same thing.
>> I could add some hooks though for above and below the forms so you could
>> load up your theme, but it'd be kinda ugly to pull off.
>> James Kelly wrote:
>> > Robert Wrote
>> >> -1 until this is done without browser sniffing. CSS hacks I can go
>> >> with, but browser sniffing is just too disgusting for core.
>> > I'm not sure this is improvement enough. I believe many, including
>> > myself, would like to be able incorporate my login/registration/forgot
>> > password forms directly into my theme, as I'm doing on jameskelly.org.
>> > As far as I can tell, I still have to override the whole thing should
>> > I wish to fully integrate it with my theme.
>> > --James
>> > http://www.jameskelly.org
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