How to Easily Customize the WordPress Login Page

body.login { background-color: #3d3d3d; font-family: Helvetica; }

function login_logo() { ?> <style type="text/css"> body.login div#login h1 a { background-image: url(<?php echo get_stylesheet_directory_uri(); ?>/images/custom-login-logo.png); } </style> <?php } add_action( ‘login_enqueue_scripts’, ‘login_logo’ );

Changing the Link of the Logo

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Resources You Need to Complete This Tutorial

  • WordPress installation with the twenty-fourteen default theme
  • Time and Patience

The Default WordPress Login Screen

.login form .input,.login input[type=text],.login form input[type=checkbox] { background: #fff; border: 1px solid #b7b7b7; padding: 5px; } .login form .input:hover,.login form .input:focus,.login input[type=text]:hover,.login input[type=text]:focus,.login form input[type=checkbox]:hover,.login form input[type=checkbox]:focus { background: #fff; outline: none; }

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Changing the Logo

.login form { background: #f3f3f3; }

First, we need to create a stylesheet inside our CSS folder on the twenty-fourteen WordPress default theme (for this tutorial, I named my stylesheet custom-login-styles.css) and then add the following hooks on the functions.php file.
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WordPress uses CSS to display a background image. It is usually inserted between an H1 and an anchor tag. However, for this tutorial, we’re going to use the functions.php file inside the twenty-fourteen WordPress default theme.
Good thing, it can be done easily. The great thing about WordPress is that each part of the backend can be customized by just using the PHP functions.
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body.login div#login p#nav { margin: 20px auto; text-align: center; } body.login div#login p#backtoblog { margin: 0 auto; text-align: center; } .login #nav a:hover,.login #backtoblog a:hover { color: #ffab00; }

Final Words

In today’s tutorial, I am going to show you how to customize WordPress login screen the way you want it. First, we will change the logo and then the color scheme and the some other elements. Let’s get started.
function login_logo_url() { return get_bloginfo( ‘url’ ); } add_filter( ‘login_headerurl’, ‘login_logo_url’ );

Changing the Design of the Login Screen

We hope that now you can see the huge advantage of WordPress and the possibilities in his use. We agree that maybe it’s not suitable for every possible project that you want to build, but for majority it is. Share your thoughts.
Over the years of WordPress development, the default login screen design hasn’t changed and remains simple and clean that works on different screen sizes. However, when building websites for specific clients, especially for companies, it would look nice if you can change the color scheme of the login screen as well as the logo to match with the site’s theme, right?
Next, open up functions.php file inside twenty-fourteen WordPress default theme. We will be using login_enqueue_scripts hook to insert CSS to the head of our login page to load our preferred logo. Insert the following code after the last line of the functions.php file and then put your preferred logo filename inside the directory path.
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Do you know any other great tricks to do the same thing? We want to hear from you!
First, place your preferred logo (png file format) inside the images folder on twenty-fourteen WordPress default theme directory (for this tutorial, i used custom-login-logo.png logo). Please take note that the logo should have a maximum dimension of 80 x 80px; however, you can also change the dimension inside a custom CSS file.
body.login div#login form#loginform p.submit input#wp-submit { border-radius: 0; background: #ffab00; outline: none; border: none; padding: 0 25px; text-align: center; font-size: 13px; }

function login_custom_stylesheet() { ?> <link rel="stylesheet" id="custom_wp_admin_css" href="<?php echo get_bloginfo( ‘stylesheet_directory’ ) . ‘/css/custom-login-styles.css’; ?>" type="text/css" media="all" /> <?php } add_action( ‘login_enqueue_scripts’, ‘login_custom_stylesheet’ );

Next, open the CSS file you created under the CSS folder of the default twenty-fourteen WordPress theme. We, first, customize the background color and the font of the login screen using the following code.

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