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    First of all thank you for good plugin.

    Although after starting to dig it out I notised a few omissions. There are missing strings in the PO for all messages inside password strength indicator.

    Are there any predefined classes available for styling forms? That would be nice to have at least location of Labels (left, right, top, bottom, placeholder). Maybe you could add very standard settings to the field's properties like margin, passing, height, font size for Labels and Entry text, custom css etc.


    Sekander Badsha
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    Hello Ivan,

    The strings on the password field is generated by JavaScript. So it is not possible to translate via .po or .mo files. They need to be translated through JavaScript override.

    You can find the strings at “wp-contents/plugins/wp-user-frontend/class/render-form.php, line: 1183
    I have also notified the developer team to make this process easy in the next update.

    Everyones need is different, so we can not make CSS for every one. The plugin pics up styles from themes. If you need to tweak more, you can write CSS in your theme or child theme and put the classes on the fields while building the form.

    Let me know if you feel confused or need any more detailed info. ๐Ÿ™‚

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