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    Hi there.

    I am rather new to WordPress, but I still managed to get a login/register/recover password module up and running, by using this guide:

    Everything works fine, but now my brain has gone into overdrive on a problem that should seem to be really simple to adjust.

    I wish to remove the login/register function on some pages and just have it on other. I can easily edit the CSS for placement as such, as I don’t like it placed in the Footer.

    How to do this ?

    Since its not a plugin or widget, I can’t really see how I can edit it from the pages sites themselves and to me it would seem that it will always be placed in the footer, of every page.

    Hope you guys can provide some guidance.

    Cheers, Rasmus


    wrap your code in the footer in some conditional tags checking like

    if( is_page(‘about’)||is_single()){
    //add the login form

    you can find more about conditional tags and how many they are here

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