Sidebar Login adds a useful login widget which can be used to login from in the sidebar of your ClassicPress powered blog; once a user logs in they are redirected back to the page they logged in from rather than the admin panel (this is configurable).
The following tags can be used in the widget settings for titles and links and will be replaced at runtime:
%username%– logged in users display name
%userid%– logged in users ID
%firstname%– logged in users firstname
%lastname%– logged in users lastname
%name%– logged in users firstname and lastname
%admin_url%– url to WP admin
%logout_url%– logout url
%avatar%– User Avatar
Due to AJAX not working across different domains (see same_origin_policy), AJAX logins will be disabled if your site it non-SSL, but the FORCE_SSL_ADMIN constant is set to true. Instead it will fallback to a traditional POST.
Download from GitHub.
- Download the plugin from GitHub
- Upload the entire zip file using the Plugins upload function in your ClassicPress admin panel.
- Activate the plugin.
- Add the widget to a sidebar and configure settings as required.
Support, including bug reports, feature requests or questions, is available from azurecure via the azurecurve Community site.
Translations are usually in the plugins languages folder, but our Translations site will have the most up-to-date versions.
If you can translate the plugin, please request access via the azurecurve Community site.
Changes and feature additions for the Sidebar Login plugin:
- First version forked from Sidebar Login by Mike Jolley.
- Add option to change size of avatar.
- Remove integration with Buddypress.
Can I translate this plugin?
Yes, this plugin can be translated using the available .pot file or via our Translations site which will have the most up-to-date versions.
To translate on our translation site, please request access via our
Is this plugin compatible with both WordPress and ClassicPress?
This plugin is developed for ClassicPress, but will likely work on WordPress.
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