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Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of Ticket #55228, comment 3


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02/25/2022 04:15:23 PM (2 years ago)
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  • Ticket #55228, comment 3

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    11 After further research and your valuable feedback, yeah, let's scrap my recommendation. Since Team WordPress introduced the password visibility functionality into the login form, I would still like to recommend that Team WordPress develop and publish a constant or filter that will allow its removal. In this case, I feel using a plugin is a band-aid solution. It's a lot easier (and simpler), to say, offer a /wp-config.php constant that could look like this:
     11After further research and your valuable feedback, yeah, let's scrap my recommendation. Since Team WordPress introduced the password visibility functionality into the login form, I would still like to recommend that Team WordPress develop and publish a constant or filter that will allow its removal. In this case, I feel using a plugin is a band-aid solution. It's a lot easier (and simpler), to say, offer a /wp-config.php constant or filter that could look like this:
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     13**Constant:**
    1414{{{
    1515define('WP_PASSWORD_BUTTON_DISPLAY', false);
    1616}}}
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    18 It could then be added to the list of constants published [https://wordpress.org/support/article/editing-wp-config-php/ here:]
     18**Filter:**
     19
     20{{{
     21add_filter( 'wp_pw_button_display', '__return_false' );
     22}}}
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    21 Fair?
     25They could then be added to the list of constants published [https://wordpress.org/support/article/editing-wp-config-php/ here:]
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    2327Thank you!