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  1. Im trying to make a login page for my client but in my block its saying
    “Error loading block: Invalid parameter(s): attributes”
    do you know how to fix this issue?
    Thanks!

    1. Hi Shannon! We’ve had reports of this issue, and we’ve found that this is due to conflicts from other plugins, such as PopupMaker or Ultimate Addons for Gutenberg. However, we’ve found that while in the editing screen, the block will show this error message, on the front end the form will display properly.

      I hope this helps to clarify 🙂 If you have any further questions about this, please contact us if you have an active subscription. If you do not, don’t hesitate to drop us some questions in our support forums.

    1. Hi Michiel, in order to test the login form, you’ll need to use valid credentials for an existing user of the site. If you just use any random credentials that aren’t valid, the login would be rejected as you’ve noticed, since the credentials aren’t valid.

      You don’t need to create accounts for all of your users, you could instead create a User Registration form for people to sign up to your site on their own. We have an article on how to do this here.

      I hope this helps to clarify 🙂 If you have any further questions about this, please contact us if you have an active subscription. If you do not, don’t hesitate to drop us some questions in our support forums.

    1. Hi Marco! I apologize for any confusion here, but the Login form is part of our User Registration addon which is only available with our Pro level (or higher) license level, and was not a part of our Lite (free) version.

      I hope this helps to clarify. Thanks!

  2. I am working with:

    Elementor Pro
    WP Forms Pro
    Essential Addons Pro

    I have tried to put the Login Form on a popup element and tried page. Neither of these will display the form. Form does not generate on the backend or the frontend.

    I have also tried to use the shortcode widget within Elementor, the WP Form widget within Elementor, and the WP Form Widget within Essential Addons.

    Other forms are working properly but the Login Form will not display. Any ideas?

    1. Hi Benji! Could you please check if the option to hide the form from logged users has been enabled? You can find it in your login form’s settings, as shown in this screenshot. Or please try checking with a browser window that is in privacy/incognito mode.

      I hope this helps to clarify 🙂 If you have any further questions about this, please contact us if you have an active subscription. If you do not, don’t hesitate to drop us some questions in our support forums.

  3. Does this actually log-in to WordPress itself? I created the form it works, but I don’t see my admin bar. If it doesn’t is there a way to do that.

    1. Hi Joe! The feature to allow users to “stay signed in” (or colloquially known as Remember Me) isn’t currently available with our plugin or the User Registration addon. I do agree it would be super helpful, though. I’ve made a note of the feature request and we’ll keep it on our radar as we plan out our roadmap for the future.

      I apologize for not being able to provide a solution for your request at this time, but I hope it helps to clarify! If you have any further questions about this, please contact us if you have an active subscription. If you do not, don’t hesitate to drop us some questions in our support forums.

  4. In the website we want a mix of pages for public view and for registered user view. Can we have this with WPForms user registration form and WPForms login form ?

  5. How would I change the link for “Lost your password” in this generated message from WPForms Login? Currently, it links to the site password reset. We want it to link to the WPForms Password Reset form.

    ERROR: The username or password you entered is incorrect. Lost your password?

    1. Hey Caroline, while we don’t have an inbuilt feature to achieve this. This can be achieved using the following custom snippet and in order to make sure we answer your question as thoroughly as possible and avoid any confusion, could you please contact our team?

      If you have a WPForms license, you have access to our email support, so please submit a support ticket.

      Thanks.

  6. the form was unable to submit contact the site administrator

    That’s the error am getting while testing my registration form.

    Please how can I resolved it

    1. Hey Bello, we are sorry for the trouble. This issue occurs because of the difference in the cache lifetime on your site and in the token lifetime of the anti-spam protection option (which is set to 2 days) that is enabled by default in your forms (please, look at this screenshot where you can find it).

      You can address this issue in 2 ways:

      1. Decrease the cache lifetime on your site to 45 hours in your caching plugin or the server caching settings.

      OR

      2. Increase the lifetime of our token to 1 day more than your site cache lifetime is now. This can be accomplished by following this tutorial.

      If the issue persists we’d love to take a closer look and advise further on the same.

      If you have a WPForms license, you have access to our email support, so please submit a support ticket. Otherwise, we provide limited complimentary support in the WPForms Lite WordPress.org support forum.

      Thanks.

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