How Force Login Works in LoginPress (PRO)

Force login forces the users to log in with their existing accounts before starting their browsing sessions.

There might be several reasons behind you wanting to force users to log in with a WordPress force login layout. Like, you may have a blog with content you only want registered users to see.

Whatever the reason, you can easily add this feature to your site with LoginPress Pro. Since it has Force Login to create a membership feels to your WordPress site, making users log in first to get inside the WordPress content.

This knowledgebase article will show you how Force Login works in LoginPress.

How Force Login Works in LoginPress

Step 1: Install and Activate LoginPress Pro

Note: We assume that you’ve already installed and activated LoginPress. If not, see our detailed guide on the topic.

Force Login is a LoginPress premium feature. So you’ll need to upgrade to the premium version first of all.

You can check out our guide on How To Install And Activate LoginPress PRO Version?

Step 2: Go to WordPress Admin Dashboard

Once you’ve upgraded to the LoginPress Pro, it’s time to enable Force Login on your WordPress site.

First off, go to the WordPress admin dashboard, navigate to LoginPress, and click the Settings option.


Step 3: Enable Force Login

Next, a new screen with all LoginPress Settings will open up. Under the Settings tab, you’ll find the Force Login option. Simply toggle on the button to enable Force Login for your WordPress site.

Settings Tab

Step 4: Save Changes

Once done, click the Save Changes button to make all the changes live.

Save Changes Button

What Would be the User’s Experience?

Since the Force Login is enabled for your WordPress site, users will be prompted to log in to see your content whenever they start browsing a website for the first time.

This is how Force Login works in LoginPress

Note: You can even exclude the pages/posts from Force Login using a hook; see our detailed guide on the exclude pages and posts from force login

That’s it! We hope you understand how to add Force Login with LoginPress on your WordPress site. 

If you have questions regarding this article, ask our support team.

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Updated on January 11, 2023

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

These FAQs answer the most common questions about our WordPress custom login page plugin.

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Is LoginPress WPML Compatible?

LoginPress is fully supported with multilingual. LoginPress is also compatible with WPML Plugin, which means you can easily translate your login page with WPML plugin according to the given translation options in the WPML plugin.

Is LoginPress translation ready?

Yes, LoginPress has full translation and localization support via the LoginPress textdomain. All .mo and .po translation files should go into the languages folder in the base of the plugin.

Is coding skills needed to use LoginPress?

No, It is very easy to setup. Just plug and play. Have fun!

How to Install or Use LoginPress Pro?

Step-by-step instructions on How to Upgrade from existing Free version to Pro
1. You have installed and set up the Free version already.
2. Upload the Pro version.
3. Pro features will be enabled automatically.
4. You don’t need to set up Free version options again.
5. Setup Pro features like Google fonts, Google reCaptcha, Choose themes, etc.

Where is my license key?

License key is the Order ID which looks like in this format.
You can find it in the email Sales Receipt.

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