Remove LoginPress Default Error Messages with Hook

LoginPress has a built-in Error Messages feature that displays multiple Error Messages by default, depending on the outcome of the user’s behavior on login, registration, or forget attempts. Let it be the wrong Email Address, Username, or Password.

Let’s suppose you are using LoginPress and do not want to show these LoginPress Default Error Messages on the  Login, Register, and Forget Forms. What would you do?

This knowledgebase article will show you how to remove Default Error Messages from Login, Register, and Forget Forms. 

Removing Default Error Messages from Login, Register, and Forget Forms will be done with coding, so buckle up!

Removal of LoginPress Default Error Messages

If you want to remove the LoginPress Default Error Messages from the Login, Register, and Forget form, add a hook to your child theme's functions.php file and update it.

Here is the hook:

function loginpress_display_error_messages_callback( $error ) {
 $error = false;
 return $error;
add_filter( 'loginpress_display_custom_errors', 'loginpress_display_error_messages_callback' );

Here $error contains the boolean value for removing LoginPress Default Error Messages:


All done! Now it’s your turn! Remove the Default LoginPress Error Messages from the Login, Register, and Forget forms.

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Updated on December 9, 2022

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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!

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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.

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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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