Login: Add Classes for better plugin-support and change from <p> to <div> for more flexibility
|Reported by:||F J Kaiser||Owned by:|
(This ticket relates to: http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/12506)
+ <p> have more limits than <div>s or <span>s. I changed the messages above and the links below the form.
+ Eliminated the admin-color-scheme (see related ticket above).
+ Added Class .login_link for links below form, so plugin-authors don't have to make new classes, but can override them.
+ Added Class .user_data for form-fields for plugin-authors.
I'm not the best programmer, so this needs someone who takes a look if the provided patch is really working or just in my test-environment.
Goal of both patches is a) making wp-login.php an independent module, b) bring more flexibility and c) let plugin-authors scale with more re-useable code.
Change History (17)
comment:3 @markmcwilliams — 5 years ago
- Keywords dev-feedback 2nd-opinion added; wp-login.php login html needs 2nd opinion needs testing removed