It’s super easy to edit the login module using CSS added to the modules advanced fields.
To remove the first column of text fields add this to the Login Description custom css area in the advanced settings onthe Divi Login module.
This added to the Login field will centre the content. I also removed the extra padding as above.
Woodswork we can build you a membership website
For a long time, website owners relied solely on advertising and affiliate revenue to monetise their content.
A membership allows you to make money online by allowing users to pay for content, features, and access to a community.
You will need a platform that has features for managing users, memberships, payments. There are some really great membership plugins for WordPress that make it very easy.
The Divi login module displays a WordPress login form, styled in the Divi style or we can custom style it for you, anywhere on your page. If you are using WordPress as a membership system, then adding a login form directly to a page can be quite useful.
We can redirect to the same page or to another area of specific content that can only be accessed via login such as a resources section.
All things are not crreated equal
This is not the same as using a password protected section on a page as we have used in out Training page.
Are you looking to publish premium courses or some informational product?
You might want to restrict WordPress content just those readers/members who pay for it. And hide content for general visitors. Woodswork can easily protect such information using the various content restriction means that WordPress supports with the help of plugins or right out of the box.
We’ll go over these different methods in this article. We’ll discuss:
- The difference between password protected and private pages
- Creating a simple Members Area on your WordPress site
- Getting your knowledge base articles to show up in your Members Area
- Free plugins that will help you control access to your site’s pages, posts, and other content