Explore LoginPress Settings (Free and Pro Version)

Now that you’re on your way to customize your WordPress login page using LoginPress, it’s time to sit back and explore our plugin settings first. Stuck somewhere? 

Our guide provides a detailed walk-through of the settings, covering both the free and pro versions of LoginPress. 

To get the best results for your login page, it’s important to understand what these settings are, what they do, and how to configure them properly. 

Let’s get started!

Access LoginPress Settings

Note: Here, we assume that you’ve already installed and activated LoginPress free to your WordPress. If not, see our detailed guide on How to Install And Activate LoginPress (Free).

You can access LoginPress settings through the WordPress dashboard > hover over the LoginPress > and select Settings from the sub-menu.  

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You’ll be taken to the following screen: 

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LoginPress Free Version Settings/LoginPress Settings (Free Version)

As the heading suggests, this section covers all the settings that come along with the free version of LoginPress, including:

Let’s get started!

1. Session Expire (Free):

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By default, WordPress expires after 48 hours, with an option of extending it to 14 days simply by checking the “Remember Me” box. 

However, you cannot customize the session expiration time as WordPress doesn't offer this functionality as a part of the core features.

The LoginPress Session Expire fills in the gap nicely. You do not need to use a separate plugin as this feature is part of the core LoginPress Settings that lets you easily set a customized session expiration time. Just set the custom session expiration time in minutes, and you’ll be ready. 

Note: To learn more about this feature, see our tutorial on How to Customiz the Session Expire Time in WordPress.

2. Auto Remember Me (Free):

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By default, WordPress offers the Remember Me feature to let you save your username and password to log in to your website.  But you’ve to checkbox it every time to enable this option. Inefficient right?

Say goodbye to redundant steps!

You get the Auto Remember Me feature in the LoginPress Settings. It is a handy solution that keeps the default WordPress Remember Me option always checked on the login page. 

See what it looks like on the login form:

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Note: For more details on how to use this setting in LoginPress, be sure to check out our detailed guide on How to Enable the Auto Remember Me Checkbox on the Login Form.

3. Custom Password Fields (Free):

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LoginPress offers a Custom Password Fields feature that lets you create custom password fields on a registration form. Just toggle on this setting, as shown in the screenshot above.

This feature enables the users to easily create a password when they register on your site without the confirmation of a password via email.

See what it looks like on the Register form:

custom password field on teh register form

Note: For all the details on available custom password field options, please check out our guide on Add Custom Password Fields on the Registration Form.

4. Login Order (Free):

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You can also see a Login Order feature in the LoginPress Settings screen. It is there to help you customize the login orders on the login page exactly the way you want. You can opt between:

  • Both Username Or Email Address
  • Only Username
  • Only Email Address

See how it appears on the login page:

username or email address

Note: Email address is the best option, as it makes it easy to log in with the email address instead of remembering some randomized username for logging in.

5. Enable PCI Compliance (Free)

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LoginPress now offers the PCI Compliance feature that is there to strengthen login page security standards.

WordPress, by default, autocompletes the login fields on the Login, Register, and Forget Password Forms. 

See the image below:

autofill login credentials

With the LoginPress PCI Compliance feature, you can easily disable this default autocomplete behavior. 

See the results:

autofill diabled

Note: Want to know how you can do it? See our detailed guide on How to Make Your WordPress Login Page PCI Compliance.

What Settings Come with LoginPress Pro Version?

Note: Here, we assume you’ve already installed and activated LoginPress Pro to your WordPress. If not, see our detailed guide on How To Install And Activate LoginPress PRO Version?

LoginPress Pro unlocks other exciting features in the Settings section.

Here is what you get with LoginPress Pro:

loginpress settings screen

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1. Force Login (Premium)

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LoginPress Pro Settings offers the Force Login feature. This feature enables you to restrict users from viewing your WordPress site without logging in.

Just because you Force Login for a user does not mean they have admin or editor access to your website; it simply means that you are forcing them to log into your site as a member/user to view your content.

2. reCAPTCHA (Premium)

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LoginPress Pro now offers an Enable reCAPTCHA feature, allowing seamless integration of Google reCAPTCHA into the login, Lost Password, and Register forms.

It best helps you protect your website from spam or abuse. It is like a shield for your website that protects you against "bots" and other "malicious software". 

To get started with the option, you’re required to toggle on the Enable reCAPTCHA option from the LoginPress Settings screen.

See the image below:

recaptcha type

When done, you can see different options to integrate reCAPTCHA to your site, including:

  • reCAPTCHA Type: You can easily choose between different reCAPTCHA types, including:

1. V2 I'm not a robot (enables I’m not a robot checkbox)

2. V2 Invisible (The user does not need to click on the reCAPTCHA checkbox instead, it invokes directly when the user clicks the submit button)

3. V3 (offer a feature of setting reCaptcha score to analyze whether the visitor is a human or robot)

  • Choose a theme: You can choose between a Light and dark theme for your reCAPTCHA.

  • Choose language: You can select the language of your choice.

  • Enable reCAPTCHA on: This feature lets you enable reCAPTCHA for the Login Form, ost Password Form, and Register Form.

Note: If you want to add reCAPTCHA to your login page, see our detailed guide for How to Add reCAPTCHA On WordPress with LoginPress.

What Other Options Come with the LoginPress Settings Section?

On both LoginPress Free and Pro, you’ll find 2 options, including:

These options are there to give you control over managing the LoginPress plugin.

1. Reset Default Settings 

reset default settings

This option allows you to return all the settings of the LoginPress plugin back to their default state. It's like a 'restart' button for the plugin's configurations.

2. Remove Settings on Uninstall 

remove settings on uninstall

When you uninstall the LoginPress plugin, this option ensures that all the settings and configurations linked with LoginPress will be completely removed from your system. 

That’s it! We hope you now understand what features are offered by LoginPress free and premium settings.

If you have any doubts or questions related to this matter, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our support team.

Still stuck? How can we help?

Updated on January 2, 2024

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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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Where can I get support for LoginPress?

If you need help with LoginPress, you can contact us here. We’ll be happy to answer any questions about the plugin.

Do you have an affiliate program?

Yes, we have an affiliate program that you can sign up for here. As an affiliate, you’ll earn a commission on every sale you refer to us.

Do you offer refunds?

Yes, we offer a 14-day money-back guarantee on all of our plans. If you’re unsatisfied with LoginPress, simply contact us within 14 days of your purchase, and we’ll process a refund.

Can I upgrade my license after my initial purchase?

Yes, you can upgrade your LoginPress license at any time. Simply log into your account and go to the My Downloads page. From here, you can upgrade your license and download the latest version of the plugin.

Will LoginPress slow down my website?

No, LoginPress will not slow down your website. The plugin is lightweight and only loads the necessary files when someone tries to access your login page.

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