maxx_it — 2011-11-18T04:52:29-05:00 — #1
I made a website for our school: www.dedialoog.be with wordpress. The theme which I based upon is Wordsmith Anvil. I adapted quite a bit to make it work as wanted.
However, the teachers at the school want to edit the information of their classes and add pages.
But now I don't seem to find a login button where they can edit or add pages.
Can anybody help me how to let the teachers login so they can edit. They all have already a username and passw, just need to find where they can login. And can this be linked on the homepage?
Thanks in advance!
mittineague — 2011-11-19T00:49:12-05:00 — #2
You can get to it by going to .../wp-login.php in your address bar, then use the admin CP to add meta to your index page if you want to.
maxx_it — 2011-11-22T13:09:08-05:00 — #3
Thanks will give it a try!
leke — 2011-11-23T10:15:10-05:00 — #4
Hi, there is also a plugin called sidebar-login. It gives you a nice compact login form for your sidebar that handles login and logout functionality. It's also widely localised, but I haven't figured out how to change the language yet
maxx_it — 2011-11-25T05:42:24-05:00 — #5
Ok so I installed the plugin for the sidebar to login. But how do I put the login form on the homepage? It says the plugin is activated and running, but I don't see a form to fill in your login...
So any idea how to put the loginform (plugin) onto the homepage, or even better, onto every page?
leke — 2011-11-25T08:39:58-05:00 — #6
It should now appear as a widget. On the widget page, drag it anywhere you can put a widget. If you want it somewhere else, like in your header space, I can't help you at the moment. I'm pretty new to this myself too.
maxx_it — 2011-11-25T08:45:08-05:00 — #7
Nice!!! Got it to work^^
marketing_info — 2011-11-29T07:57:28-05:00 — #8
if /wp-login dont work try /wp-admin