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Login function and Framework builder themes

Thread began 3/31/2014 10:29 am by russb335115 | Last modified 4/01/2014 5:06 pm by russb335115 | 245 views | 8 replies |

russb335115

Login function and Framework builder themes

I am having an issue with my login page when it is brought in as a plugin with Framework builder. I created my "website-login" page with Framework Builder themes and inserted the login page/function as a plugin. The the login function isn't working as a plugin and the theme page isn't recognizing the css for the login page. The login page does work as an independent login page. Here is the link to the page and I will attach the two pages.

http://s403739248.onlinehome.us/drugs123/website-login.php

Regards,

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I'll need to troubleshoot directly, see the private message section.

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russb335115

See PM

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

on the page, you have about 3 different login pages attached as plugins, you should only have one attached.

aslo, the login form is set to use the default theme, and the search form is also set to use the default theme. since they both use the same theme, the CSS is conflicting causing the login form to use the search form styles.

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russb335115

On which page do I have 3 login plugins attached?

So if I delete the search form styles from the page (which page) that should take care of the issue?

Regards,

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the customer-login.php page has the 3 plugins, see screen shot:

there should only be 1 login plugin.

the search looks to be a plugin in the plugin/main-nav-search.php page. you should also remove the jquery validation form that page.

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russb335115

Hi Jason, DId you attach the screen shot?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

oops, forgot to attach, here it is.

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russb335115

Hi Jason,

Tried all the above and nothing worked. I also notice that I'm having the same issue with all the plugins that have forms.

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