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Having custom error messages for incorrect password are only available in the pro version.
Which versions of each plugin are you using?
Can you provide a link to your site?
Thanks, this is good to know.
Can you paste in the function you used? If you set a redirect does the page still not refresh?
Do you have access to the code base? If so as a quick fix you can make the following changes:
check_ajax_refererfrom the following lines:
There isn’t a forgot password option. You’ll want to use the default WordPress forgot password.
The pro version extends the functionality of the free version by adding additional settings. You will need to install and configure the free version, then once activated you’ll see the additional tabs.January 18, 2016 at 10:23 pm in reply to: I just bought this plugin's version, and it doesn't work at all #892
If I enter a wrong password on the login page this page refreshes, I’m not seeing the same issue.
I’ll add a password strength meter as a feature request and add it to the list.
Thanks. I’ve added this to the latest milestone.
I looked into this issue, and it seems to be related to caching. Currently I’m on another laptop and cannot reproduce it.
There’s isn’t away to control the styling of the form without having to enter CSS. If you have specific questions I can provide sample CSS snippets to add.
Can you post a link to your site with the form? Some of the class names have since changed.
The “loading…” message your having is an issue with the checking of the ajax security nonce. I’ve added this to the milestone for the free version and I’m expected to have a fix out by this Wednesday.
What version of PHP are you using?
I saw your response on the other thread, and you do need both, the free and paid version.