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[Resolved] my account

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Last updated by yoshihikoH 1 year, 1 month ago.

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#2578957

In toolset documentation

Home » Course » WordPress Membership Sites » Member login and account management » Creating a “ My Account ” Page in WordPress

”About login from My Account page”

Please tell me about when you create a My Account and let the user log in.

How do I log in from the "My Account page " displayed here different from how I log in from the WordPress basic authentication.

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Nigel
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Hi there

You are referring to this course page about adding custom login forms, yes?

https://toolset.com/lesson-placement/lesson-placements-1645837-1622351/

What exactly is it that you need to know?

The custom log-in forms offered by Toolset are actually built on WordPress's own log-in code, it just allows you to display the log-in form wherever you want (rather than being output by the wp-login.php WordPress PHP template).

So logging-in via a custom log-in form is functionally equivalent to logging-in using the normal WordPress log-in form.

#2579145

Hello, Nigel
Thank you for contacting me.

>You are referring to this course page about adding custom login forms, yes?
> https://toolset.com/lesson-placement/lesson-placements-1645837-1622351/

Yes, that's right.

>What exact is it that you need to know?

I am very happy to understand my question.
>So logging-in via a custom log-in form is functionally equalent to logging-in using the normal WordPress log-in >form.
As mentioned above, in your answer my question's intent was vice versa.

To be honest, I was wondering what I wanted to hear until I asked.

I mean, I didn't know if the meaning of this feature was functionally equivalent or not, but now I understand it cleanly. So in the future, I was convinced that this information would be an irreplaceable reference for me when building several types of different member sites.

Thank you very much.

Worm regards,
Yoshihiko

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