Log In Message

Need a custom message on your WordPress login screen? What about disabling password resets or even something simple like adding a custom footer? Now you can with Login Message!

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A log in message on wp-login.php
Adding a login message or disabling password reset using the Log In Message plugin

Don’t you find it frustrating when your users try to log into your website through wp-login.php but have problems and don’t know where to turn so they just leave?

Or you just want to add a little message to that login screen, like a seasonal greeting for your business or personal blog?

Well, that is what this simple but effective plugin does!

Example of a login message

It’s simple!

Once installed just activate it and go to Settings in the network admin dashboard to add your message!

Now you can add your own custom message to the login page in a nice pretty box, in fact you can also add your own footer as well.

Login message Setting page

One other thing…. Ever noticed most of the spammers signup up to your website and then immediately reset their password?

How darn annoying is that?

But it seems common, so why not disable the option to reset their password?

Yup you can do that with this little beauty.

So go disable the password reset and perhaps include a personal message with a link to a form or support desk where they can contact your for personal support i.e. you manually reset their password if needed.

Plus all the support you expect from a WPMU DEV plugin.

As usual, we’re constantly refining this project and adding new features all the time.

So become a WPMU DEV member, check it out, and let us know what you’d like to see included in a future release of  Log In Message.



For help with installing plugins please refer to our Plugin installation guide.

Once installed go to Plugins in the network admin dashboard and Network Activate the Log In Message Plugin.

To Use:

1. Once activated you just go Settings > Settings (On a Single site install it is Admin –> Settings –> General) in the network admin dashboard.

2.  Scroll down to the Log In Mod Settings to:

  • add your message(s).
  • disable password reset (if desired).

3.  Click Save Changes at bottom of Settings page.

Below’s an example in action:


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