This shortcode returns a WordPress login form through which a visitor can log in. It’s based on the default WordPress login form found at wp-login.php.
The shortcode behaves differently depending on the user’s login status. If the user is already logged in, the form is suppressed. However, using the “force_display” parameter, the form can be forced to display even if a user is logged in.
This shortcode does NOT support conditional branching with [ELSE_login_form].
Shortcode nesting is NOT supported.
|form_id||The html id of this form.
|label||Defines the field label position. Possible values are “top”, “left” or “placeholder”, to indicate placement above the fields , to the left or as a placeholder, respectively.
|label_login||The default label for the login label is “Log In”. Using this parameter, this default value can be overridden.
Default: Log In.
|label_username||The default label for the user login name field is “Email Address”. Using this parameter, this default value can be overridden..
Default: Username or Email.
|label_password||The default label for the user password field is “Password”. Using this parameter, this default value can be overridden.
|label_remember||Using this parameter, the default “Remember Me” label can be overridden.
Default: Remember me.
|redirect||The user will be redirected to this URL after successful login.
Default: Setting defined in “Memberships” options panel.
|force_display||Define whether or not the login form should be displayed when the user is already logged in. Possible values: yes, no.
Using default values:
Force login form to display even if the user is already logged in:
Redirect to a specific page rather than site defaults:
There is currently no ActiveMember360 API function equivalent for this shortcode.