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September 22, 2015 at 8:51 pm 72869
Nayem I'd like to edit and style the pages that WPUF installs, starting with the login. I'm using a child theme based on Headway Themes I'd like to do this in a way that is unaffected when I upgrade the WPUF plugin. Where can I find the content of these pages so I can edit the text and style the elements? For example, a simple change I want to make is to remove the '?' after the words 'Log out?'
September 22, 2015 at 10:50 pm 72881
Nayem Nayem

Hello Jonathan,

I am not clear about your question. Can you please describe me in more details about the page?

September 23, 2015 at 12:45 am 72888
Jonathan Barrett Jonathan Barrett

At present I’ve loaded the WPUF into a fresh, unstyled wp install. WPUF has loaded some useful pages including it’s own login page which uses a shortcode.

This is what I see:

I’d like to style this and other pages.

I’ve had a look around and found: wp-user-frontend-pro/templates/login-form.php

I assume this build that page. Is this where I add the CSS to style this page?

September 23, 2015 at 1:16 am 72893
Jonathan Barrett Jonathan Barrett

I assume that if I want to edit login-form.php I copy it to my child theme functions file first si the changes are stored if I update the plugin?

September 23, 2015 at 11:46 am 72923
Nayem Nayem


Yes, you can override the template file through child theme. Just create a folder in your child theme as lie “wpuf” and place the file and override it. You will not lose any data after updating the plugin.


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