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  2. Great post! Thanks for this information, is really helpful for us. Have a nice day Jay! 🙂
    These are great tools, thanks for sharing!!!

  3. Thanks for this post.

    I am currently creating a custom log-in page for a client. I am wondering how I would go about adding a ‘forgot your password link’ to the log-in page?

  4. Hi, great post. I just purchased the Pro Version and have one quick question. How can I add the login button on my main menu like you have done on this site and once someones logged in change that to a logout button?? Thanks!

  5. Hi,
    I want this to be more clear form me please:

    I want to create registration form user first, can I use it for log in customer form after?

    means, how to link registration form to log in form?

    thanks

    1. Hi Maysan,

      In order to set this up, you’d need to create two forms: a registration form and a login form. Then if you wanted, you could redirect the user to your login form immediately after they’ve submitted the registration form. You can set up a redirect like this within the form’s confirmation settings.

      Hope this helps! If you have additional questions, please get in touch and we’d be happy to help further 🙂

  6. After the customer logged in, how I can redirect him to his private page?

    I want to create this as a membership account. Each client has its own page with personal information. This page might have multiple forms to be filled out. And I want these information to be visible for him and be as a reference in every time he logged in.

    Is that possible?

  7. how do i connect the account created on wpform to wordpress? an account isnt created for me when i use this

    1. Hi Philip,

      After you’ve installed the WPForms plugin on your site, you’ll want to activate the license key found in your WPForms account. To get to the license key field on your website, you’ll go to WPForms > Settings > General and paste the license key from your account into the available field.

      I hope this helps! 🙂

  8. Excuse my lack of proper jargon, but does this plugin support a dynamic/changing navigation menu options? for instance, once user logs in, i don’t want the option to be in menu “Sign in” rather it should say “User X” or “Log out”.

    1. Hi Dominic,

      Our User Registration allows users to create a WordPress account for your site and when they log in, they’ll be able to see the black dashboard bar at the top of the screen which will give them the option to log out. What the addon doesn’t do, however, is change any navigation options that you may added yourself on your site.

      I hope this helps!

  9. Hey Guys, great feature and helpful article. One question → Is it possible to also customize the Password Reset page (when clicking on the link, the redirect will default to the standard WordPress wp-login.php page)?

    Thanks!

    1. Hi Emil!
      In WPForms we don’t have the ability to customize such pages and forms, unfortunately.
      I apologize for the inconvenience.
      Have a good one 🙂

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