The username assigned during the WordPress registration process is difficult to remember as it is generated by the system and difficult to understand. This is a problem for every user since WordPress as the standard system only requests to log in with a user name. Instead of the user name, a user is much more likely to memorize his email address.
By recognizing this problem, users can already login to popular websites like Facebook and Twitter via email.
Because users create email addresses, you can use them as credentials. Gadget Wright Team has researched and put together this content to serve as the guide on how to Allow WordPress Login and Registration using Email with RegistrationMagic.
Allow WordPress Login and Registration using Email with RegistrationMagic
RegistrationMagic has a function with which you can also connect and register WordPress by email. Once the user is logged in, users can log in with their email ID or username. Publishing a page with the connection shortcode of this plugin creates a form that allows users to connect using an email ID.
With this in mind, this tutorial will show you how to allow WordPress login and registration via email.
Configure the login page using a login form
First, go to “All forms” of the RegistrationMagic plugin in your WordPress dashboard. In this section, you will find all of your WordPress registration forms. The number one form in the line is the RM login form.
Copy the shortcode from the first page of the login form. This form is automated to create the login page for your site.
Go to “Pages” >> “All Pages”. Click the “Add New” button above to create a new page. You can select “Add New” just after “All Pages” to be able to create a new WordPress login page.
You are now in the “Add New Page” section under “All Pages”. Here you can add multimedia files and paste the content of your choice to create the page. Also, give the page you created a unique name.
Here we call the page “Connection”. Now paste the shortcode copied from the “Connection Form” cover into the page. By simply inserting this shortcode you can create the layout of the WordPress form for your login page.
Publishing Login Form on the frontend
Click “Publish” to generate the page link. Your page can now be used through the user interface.
“Published page” is directly above the page name. Click “View Page” here for clear images of what your registration form will look like on your website
Allow Users to Register and Login with Email
After your login page is created, we’ll look at how users can access the website through their email. Go back to the All Add-In Forms section and hover over the RM connection card. You will find a panel and field link that is displayed in the lower corners.
The dashboard and field links of the RM registration form are different from all other forms that you create using this plugin. Also, click on the table and you will be on a page like the one shown below.
Click on the fields here. You will be taken to a page where you will find two fields: the fields username and password. In fact, the connection page generally only contains these two fields for the quick connection of the user.
From here, change the Username field. then you may now be able to see options as “Username field accepted”.
Select the Username and Email option, or just Email if you want. Also, change the labels in the “Username Field Tag” and “Username Field Placeholder”. Click Save and continue with the front view.
Success on the Frontend
For illustration purposes, a picture of the newly created login page is released below. You can see that there is an option to log in with a username or email. Just as we mentioned in our placeholder text. How to authorize the connection and registration to WordPress via email.
So you saw how quickly we were able to create and even customize our login page. It may be a very small change, but it ultimately makes a big difference in the user experience.
Users prefer easily accessible websites. For this reason, RegistrationMagic allows users to create intelligent contact forms. In addition, users can automatically fill in the fields of the contact form from the information they previously entered in the RegistrationMagic form.
Users can also automatically enter their account information on social media. Users don’t have to go through the tedious process of filling out form fields. You can simply click on one of your favourite social accounts and start the registration process.
In short, this plugin is your answer to creating a full registration page with a professional registration process and contact forms. You don’t have to code, design, install, and get the job done with a few clicks.