Just one day after WordPress 4.5 was released version 3.2.5 has been pushed up to the repo to address an issue where Custom Login and WordPress 4.5 don’t play well together.
In version 3.2.5 two fixes went into place to address how WordPress versions 4.4 and 4.5 enqueue the login CSS to the login page. Custom Login now prints the CSS to the login_head well after the login CSS so
!important isn’t required on all attributes.
Major changes from 3.2.4:
- Remove output caching since it might require two DB lookups (options and then transients).
- Fixes an outstanding bug where “activating” the plugins via the toggle button (next the the save settings button) didn’t “activate” Custom Login or set to on. Toggling the button now saves it instantly via AJAX.
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Version 4.0 – Very Alpha
The next version of Custom Login has been in development on and off for the last four month. I don’t yet have a release date, but it’s going to be huge. If you want to follow the development process checkout the dev branch on GitHub.