Thanks to all visitors for their love to the article http://fellowtuts.com/wordpress/wordpress-ajax-login-and-register-without-a-plugin/. As we got many requests to implement Google reCaptcha in WordPress AJAX Register, I’m here with the wonderful code which will protect spams through Google reCaptcha during registration in your WordPress powered site.
Recently Google introduced a simplified “captcha” verification system (video) that enables users to pass the “captcha” just by clicking on it. This API utilizes an Advanced Risk Analysis engine that is capable of discerning between users and bots
After getting many requests from visitors to integrate Forgot Password with AJAX in my previous tutorial WordPress AJAX Login and Register without a Plugin I decided to write a post about steps and code to add in that article to include Forgot Password functionality. This article is an improvement over that previous article as well as it will be sure helpful to understand how does the functionality actually work.
If you access dashboard less frequent and there are only 1-2 authors then you can secure WP site through restrict WordPress login access by hiding wp-login.
WordPress websites are having more prone to suffer attacks and hacks. Because everyone knows the path of dashboard and structure of wp site.
We can implement WordPress AJAX Login and Register without a Plugin. This tutorial will assist to let you do it in right manner with some additional features too, including Best practice techniques, Both forms in popup windows, AJAX Login and Register without a Plugin, Inbuilt client side form validation with jQuery, Opening login/register form from link given in another popup.
In this AJAX login articles series we will implement best-practice techniques to provide Ajax login/logout mechanism for WordPress that will be available in sidebar.
By following this article you will be able to create a nice login box that resides in widget sidebar of your website and checks for user credentials and behaves accordingly .