Do you want to display login and register forms on any page on your site? With WPForms, it’s easy to publish your forms anywhere on your site, whether it be posts, pages, sidebar and widgetized footers. In this article, we’ll show you how to display WordPress login and register forms on any page.
Create a Custom Login and Register Forms
In order to publish WordPress forms on any page, you’ll need to create your custom forms first. The easy way to create a custom WordPress login and register forms is by using WPForms.
1. Create a Registration form
To be able to create a user registration form, you’ll need to install WPForms’ User Registration addon. After the installation, you can easily create a registration form using the drag and drop builder and customize the fields per your needs.
Read how to create a registration form in WordPress for detailed written instructions.
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2. Create a Login Form
Once you installed the User Registration addon, you can also create a custom login form using the drag and drop form builder.
Display Login and Register Forms on Any Page
WPForms makes it easy to display your forms on any posts or pages.
To display your form on a page or a post, simply go to your post or page editor and click the Add Form button above the text editor.
A modal popup will appear that prompts you to select the right form. After selecting the form, click Add Form.
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You’ll now see that a form is being added as a shortcode.
Display Your Forms in Sidebar and Footer
WPForms comes with a widget that allows you to easily add your forms to your sidebar and footer. All you need to do is to add the WPForms widget and select the right form.
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Similarly, to publish a form in your widgetized footer, you just need to add the WPForms widget to the Footer widget area and choose the right form.
We hope this guide helped you display WordPress login and register forms anywhere on your site.
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