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May 14, 2020 at 8:21 am #1284395Matthias
needless to ask: doc.generatepress.com probably uses generatepress.
Can you give a little info about used plugins – and what more
1.how it is possible to create the black top menu.
As I want to separate my homepage + shop page – i like the “back to generatepress” with arrow a lot.
2. is it a separate (from generatepress.com) wordpress install? Or a multisite?
3. what did you do to disable the login page like that – so “This has been disabled.” shows(sorry for beeing nosy)?May 14, 2020 at 9:44 am #1284520LeoStaffCustomer SupportMay 14, 2020 at 10:33 am #1284615Matthias
ok. 😉 – still like the upper bar (black one with the <- back to)
But what would be really interesting to know (if thats ok) – what did you do to disable the login page like that – so “This has been disabled.” shows(sorry for beeing nosy)? I actually would like the same when im done with my site (as i use wordmove to upload and do all changes on a vm).May 14, 2020 at 11:03 am #1284659LeoStaffCustomer Support
The black bar can be replicated with the top bar widget area in GP:
what did you do to disable the login page like that – so “This has been disabled.”
Where are you seeing that?May 14, 2020 at 11:26 am #1284704Matthias
docs.generatepress.com/wp-login.php 😉May 14, 2020 at 11:43 am #1284711LeoStaffCustomer Support
I guess I can’t see that message as I can login no problem.
Maybe something like this would help?
I Googled “Disable WordPress login page” and saw a few results.May 15, 2020 at 1:30 am #1285247Matthias
its ok 😉 – im fine – i was just curious. Maybe tom created ip based login. Not really an expert there.
I currently use a htpwasswd to create a barrier before the login – but was curious. Maybe there is a wp-config setting i dont know yet ;). In general i can recommend my method as 1st barrier (especially if you have access to apache/nginx log that shows you login attempts). Its not hard to establish.
searching for that actually gave me the result that the iTSec/ithemes security plugin has a feature that results in such a message – and gives you the possibility to choose your own login page (instead of /admin or /wp-login.php).
thx for the input 😀May 15, 2020 at 8:59 am #1285917
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