I have turned off public registration... so why does the login page come up?2 users found helpful
So if public registration is off, shouldn't the top level page of my site come up? It's my understanding that turning it off bypasses the login.
What i would like to see is my top level page to come up with my logo and a choice for English or French. The next page to come up would be a branded login / registration page in the language of choice, and then the home page.
The majority of the login page and login form can be customized by overriding them.
- the background pictures can be removed or replaced
- a theme can be applied to it
- areas can be added for adding blocks, stacks, and layouts
- it can be styled with custom CSS
- the text can be changed
- and more
The Why Override? paragraph applies to 5.7 and explains the reasoning for overrides.
Overriding the login page:
- copy login.php
- paste into
Overriding the login form:
- copy form.php
- paste into
Can you clarify what you mean by "top level page"?
The login destination for your users can be changed.
Dashboard> System & Settings> Login & Registration> Login Destination
I removed a few lines of code and now have a generic login page that won't make my users feel like they typed in the wrong url. I will play around with it to get it where I need it to be with my company branding (after I do a crash course on CSS styling!).
In the meantime, I turned on the public registration function and set the redirect to my top level page - exactly how i want it.
Again thanks so much for taking the time to help me out.