This widget is plain and simple and allows you to handle logins and password retrieval without a separate login screen. Install, add widget, done. Well, maybe
not quite. You may want to modify the stylesheet a little bit to match your theme’s needs…
YALW rebuilds quite a bunch of features offered by wp-login.php instead of using the features therein because it is hardly possible. I had the option to
refactor the file wp-login.php, making its functionality better accessible from the outside, and thus contributing to the WordPress Core. I thought about that
possibility for approximately 0.0897 seconds (which is a long time for an android) but decided against. I am merely a casual programmer and I don’t have the
time or ambition to deal with the project management processes of the WordPress development community in order to promote my changes, hoping they might be
integrated some day. I need to get shit done. And, more importantly, I don’t consider myself a good programmer. It’s probably not advisable for me to tinker
with such a crucial part of WordPress.
- Allows to configure the email message that is sent to reset a lost password.
- Can use fail2ban to detect failed login attempts and act accordingly. A sample filter and a sample jail description are included.
- Is localizable.
- Upload the plugin files to the
/wp-content/plugins/plugin-namedirectory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
- Activate the plugin through the ’Plugins’ screen in WordPress.
- Use the Settings->YALW screen to configure the plugin.
- Go to the Appearance->Widgets screen and assign the Widget ”Yet Another Login Widget” to your preferred location.
None so far.
Detta tillägg har inga recensioner.
Bidragsgivare och utvecklare
”YALW” är programvara med öppen källkod. Följande personer har bidragit till detta tillägg.Bidragande personer
- fixed a bug that can occur with PHP versions prior to 5.5
- checked if YALW runs on WordPress 4.6
- revamped the German localization
- fixed a bug with setting an individual email text
- added uninstall.php in order to clean the database options after uninstall
- added header information neccessary for proper WordPress localization
- improved settings page
- now logs whenever a code was entered wrong instead of only logging too many wrong attempts.
- improved security: autocomplete in password field not allowed anymore
- improved security: sets HttpOnly flag to mitigate the risk of client side script accessing the protected cookie
- fixed a bug that prevented YALW to run with BuddyPress.
- fixed a bug with fail2ban.
- Initial public version (English + locale files for German).