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This is how you attach a login module to your page A WordPress log-in screen is displayed in the log-in box, in Divi format, anywhere on your site. When using WordPress as your member system, it can be very useful to add a registration directly to a page (rather than diverting your audience to the WordPress log message, which is outside the design of your Web site).

In order to be able to add your own log -in modules to your site, you must first go to the Divi Builders. When the Divi themes are already on your site, each new page you create you will see a Use Divi Builders icon above the Mailbox.

As soon as you have called the Visual Builder, you can click on the grey plus key to insert a new modul to your page. Find the log-in engine in the engine lists and click on it to attach it to your page. You can search the modulist, i.e. you can also search for the term "login" and then click hit return to find and append the logon modul automatic!

As soon as the plugin is added, you will be welcomed with the plugin's option bar. Â Since member pages demand that the member must log in with all or part of the contents, the Logon Engine makes it simple to attach a registration page to your own member page. You can also select to divert your audience to this page instead of the standard WordPress logon page.

This is a basic log-in page with the log-in module that I will show you how to do it: it's a small page with the log-in module: You use the Viewer on the member logon page to include a new default section with a full-width line (1 column). Paste the log in module into the line. Refresh the logon settings as follows:

The member page now has a user-defined registration page to which members are directed when they need to register for the course. You no longer have to be satisfied with the standard WordPress registration formula. Everything that manages what will appear in your modules will always be found in this tabs. You will see the name of the person in the registration window above the registration sheet.

Contents are shown in the log in boxes below the titles. You can use the text entry if you want to include an extra text. To give your registration a consistent backdrop colour, choose "Yes" for this item and the backdrop colour you choose in the next item will be used.

Choose a wallpaper colour to be used as the wallpaper for your logon area. When you have deactivated the wallpaper colours in the preceding options, this colour has no effect. The name of the modul is changed in the buililder for simple identifying. If you use the WireFrame screen in Visual builder, these names are shown inside the modular blocks on the Divibuilder interface.

It is the tabs on which you can modify the appearance of your modules. Each Divi has a long history of theme options that let you modify almost anything. There are two entry boxes for user name and pass word on the registration page. Allows you to customize the colors of the backgrounds of these boxes.

There are two entry boxes for user name and pass word on the registration page. Allows you to customize the text colour of these boxes. Once you have customized the shape box text box font you can also customize the text font size to create a harmonic texture. If a user focuses on an entry box with the user's cursor, the colours vary to indicate which box is on.

Allows you to specify the foreground colour of the focussed boxes. If a user focuses on an entry box with the user's cursor, the colours vary to indicate which box is on. Allows you to specify the text colour of the focussed boxes. You can activate this if you want to include a frame in the entry boxes when you focus.

Allows you to adjust the frame colour that is displayed when the focus is applied. When you work with a black backdrop, your text should be bright. When your text is bright, your text should be placed in darkness. If you want to modify the style of your heading, select the style from the drop-down list.

You can resize your head text here. Or you can enter the text you want to resize directly into the edit box to the right of the sliders. Inputs boxes support various measuring devices, i.e. you can enter "px" or "em" according to your value to modify the device used.

When you want to modify the colour of your head text, use this setting to select the colour you want from the colour selection. When you want to enlarge the distance between the individual letters in your heading, use the area fader to set the distance, or type your preferred distance value in the box to the right of the fader.

Inputs boxes support various measuring devices, i.e. you can enter "px" or "em" according to your value to modify the device used. If you want to make the distance between the individual lines larger, use the Region Fader to set the distance or enter your preferred distance value in the box to the right of the Fader.

Inputs boxes support various measuring devices, i.e. you can enter "px" or "em" according to your value to modify the device used. Changing the fonts of your continuous text can be done by choosing the required fonts from the drop-down list. You can resize your text here.

Or you can enter the text you want to resize directly into the edit box to the right of the sliders. Inputs boxes support various measuring devices, i.e. you can enter "px" or "em" according to your value to modify the device used.

When you want to modify the colour of your continuous text, use this menu item to select the colour you want from the colour selection. When you want to enlarge the distance between the letters in your text, use the area fader to set the distance, or type your preferred distance value in the box to the right of the fader.

Inputs boxes support various measuring devices, i.e. you can enter "px" or "em" according to your value to modify the device used. If you want to make the distance between the lines larger, use the Region Fader to set the distance, or enter your preferred distance value in the box to the right of the Fader.

Inputs boxes support various measuring devices, i.e. you can enter "px" or "em" according to your value to modify the device used. If you activate this checkbox, a frame will be placed around your modul. Influences the colour of the frame. Choose a customized colour from the colour selection to be applied to your outline.

This value can be increased by either moving the region fader or by entering a user-defined value in the edit box to the right of the fader. User -defined measurement entities of assisted measurement entities, i.e. you can modify the standard entity from "px" to something else, such as em, vh, vw, vw etc.

Choose your preferred styles from the drop-down list to applied them to your borders. The edge is the room that is added outside your modul, between the modul and the next item above, below or to the right and underneath it. Users can create their own margins on any of the four pages of the game.

In order to eliminate user-defined margins, clear the value added from the entry box. Per default, those readings are taken in pixel, but you can enter user-defined measurements in the entry boxes. Pads are the spaces added within your modules between the edges of the modules and their inner components.

User-defined Padding-values can be added to any of the four sides of the modul. In order to eliminate user-defined margins, clear the value added from the entry box. Per default, those readings are taken in pixel, but you can enter user-defined measurements in the entry boxes. If you enable this item, you will see various adjustments to the buttons that you can use to modify the look of your module's Buttons.

You can use this preference to increment or decrement the text inside the icon. It is scaled when the text sizes are incremented and decremented. As standard, the icons take on the accented colour of your design as specified in the Customize theme. Allows you to apply a customized text colour to the icon in this tool.

You can remove outlines by entering a value of 0. By default, key outlines take on the highlight colour of your design as specified in the Topic Customizer.

Allows you to set a user-defined frame colour for the icon in this part. Choose your customized colour with the Colour Selector to modify the edge colour of the buttons. When you want to enlarge the distance between the individual letters in your circuit text, use the Span slide bar to set the distance, or enter your preferred distance value in the box to the right of the slide bar.

Inputs boxes support various measuring devices, i.e. you can enter "px" or "em" according to your value to modify the device used. If you want to modify the text of your buttons, select the required text from the drop-down list. Changing this option changes the colour of the symbol that will appear on your toolbar.

In the standard version, the symbol colour corresponds to the text colour of your keys, but with this option you can change the colour separately. If you move the user's cursor over the colored field, this is used. Colors change from the basic colors specified in the preceding setup.

If you move the icon over it with a visitor's cursor, this colour is used. Colors change from the basic colors specified in the preceding setup. If you move the icon over it with a visitor's cursor, this colour is used. Colors change from the basic colors specified in the preceding setup.

You' ll find a number of useful features for expert web developers on the Enhanced page, such as user-defined HTML and custom definitions of your own HTML and CSS tags. Allows you to add user-defined styles to one of the many element types of the plugin. It is also possible to add user-defined styles and tags to the modules, allowing you to modify the modules in the way your sub themes look. bss files.

Specify an option to use for the column ID for this part. You can use an ID to customize your own style or to link to specific areas of your page. Specify additional options for your own classes to be used for this modul. You can use a class to customize your own style.

You can use these categories in your Divi Kind themes or within the custom style sheet that you create for your page or website using Divi themes options or Divi Builder page settings. You can also apply Custom CCS to the modul and all internals of the modul.

In the section Customizing and CSS you will find a text box in which you can directly customize each item. Your entries in these preferences are already packaged in styles, so you only need to type styles seperated by semi-colons. You can use this item to specify on which device your device will appear.

Deactivate your modules separately on trays, smartphones, or desktops.

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