How to Remove the “Log in with WordPress.com” Button On The Login Page

Do you want to remove the "Log in with WordPress.com" button from your login page?

The "Log in with WordPress.com" button on the login page of a WordPress.com website allows users to log in using their existing WordPress.com account. It can provide a convenient way for users to access various WordPress-powered websites without creating separate accounts for each site.

Default WordPress.com Button

However, you may find yourself in a situation where you want to remove this button and offer a simple login process, like a traditional username and password for your users. 

In this knowledge-base article, we’ll walk you through an easy way to remove the default "Log in with WordPress.com" button on the Login Page.

Let’s get started!

Removing “Log in With WordPress.com” Button

By default, the sites on WordPress.com enable the option of “Allow users to log in to this site using WordPress.com accounts.” It enables the "Log in with WordPress.com" button on the login form for users to log in using their WordPress.com account credentials.

Suppose you want to remove this button to simplify the login process or secure the site’s branding on the login page. It’s very simple!

All you need to do is to find the settings on My Site > Settings > Security.

WordPress.com log in

To remove the Log in with WordPress.com button, you need to Toggle Off this option.

Once done, it will remove the Login with WordPress.com on the login page. 

Remove “Log in With WordPress.com” Button When Using JetPack Plugin

Jetpack by Automatic plugin also creates the "Log in With WordPress.com" button on the login form. This is because the plugin creates a connection between self-hosted sites and WordPress.com.

If you are using Jetpack and want to remove the "Log in With WordPress.com" button, this is very easy!

All you need to do is, go to the left sidebar of the WordPress admin dashboard and navigate to Jetpack > Settings > Security.

Here, you'll find that the WordPress.com login is enabled.

WordPress.com login in Jectpack

Simply, Toggle Off the Allow users to log in to this site using the WordPress.com accounts option.

WordPress.com login in Jectpack

Once done, it will remove the Log in with WordPress.com on the login page. 

WordPress Login Page

That’s it! Now you can easily remove the "Log in With WordPress.com" button from the login page without touching a single line of code on your site. 

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

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Updated on January 16, 2024

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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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