Customizing the Login Page with ReadyLaunch™
The ReadyLaunch™ Login template is available with MemberPress since 1.10.0, and is enabled by default.
Customize the ReadyLaunch™ Login Template
The template background will follow the ReadyLaunch™ Global Design Settings. So, it will apply your set brand color to the entire page background, with the login form on top. The logo you set in ReadyLaunch™ will be displayed above the form.
You can also add a welcome image to the Login template. This image can be anything you want – a logo, photo, illustration, etc.
- Log in to your site admin area, and navigate to Dashboard > MemberPress > Settings
- Click the ReadyLauch™ tab
- Next to the Login option, click on the Customize link
- This will open a popup. Toggle on the Show Welcome Image option and click on the Select Image button
- Choose your welcome image, and click Update to apply this to your login page
On the front end, your user will now see the welcome image included in the login form of your Login page.
Deactivate ReadyLaunch™ Login Template
If you'd like to use the classic MemberPress login page, you can deactivate the ReadyLaunch™ Login template by following these steps:
- Navigate to Dashboard > MemberPress > Settings
- Click on the ReadyLauch™ tab
- Toggle the Login option off
Adding the Login Template to Custom Pages
You can add the Login Template to any page or post on your WordPress site via the ReadyLaunch™ reusable blocks. To access these blocks, open the block inserter interface in the WordPress Editor, and scroll down. At the bottom, you'll see the Reusable section.
Currently, the ReadyLaunch™ Login template can’t be embedded into custom pages using our login shortcodes.
If you encounter a situation where you need to design a custom login page with classic MemberPress, you'll need to use the classic MemberPress login form and one of these shortcodes:
- [mepr-login-form use_redirect="true"] (you will need this shortcode if you set after-login redirection).
Learn how to set up the Login in classic MemberPress here: Configuring and Using the MemberPress Login Page