posted on Jul, 14 2016 @ 05:29 AM
Actually, the way it now works is by creating a WordPress 'page' for the login and therefore utilizing your theme's 'page.php' template. You could
even create a custom template and specify it for the 'Login' page just as you would any other custom page template.
I made it this way for simplicity, because a lot of people were having a hard time trying to figure out what files to include and what HTML went where
according to their theme. The only downside of this method is that any plugin that utilizes a user options page, such as subscribe2, will not be able
to access that user page with the themed profile. However, as of version 2.0.6, I have added the option to turn off the profile theming, for those of
you who are using any conflicting plugin. Meanwhile, the login, registration and forgot password forms will still be themed.
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