Log In Message, Terms of Service and Admin Bar

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We have built many tools on top of WordPress that are available to our users.

Below is our documentation on how to use the tools that are intended for Super Admin users.

Log in Message

Log in message is used to add a login message or disable password resets on the WordPress login page (wp-login.php).

To use you first need to network activate Log In Message as follows:

1.  Go to Plugins > Plugin Management in the network admin dashboard

Go to Plugins > Plugin Management

2.  Click on Network Activate next to Log In Messages.

Click on Network Activate next to Log In Messages.

3.  Now go to Settings > Network Settings in the network admin dashboard.

Go to Settings > Network Settings

4. Scroll down to Log In Mod Settings, add your message to the Login Message or Login Footer message field, select if you want to disable password reset or add a password reset not allowed message and click Save Changes.

Under Log In Mod Settings, add your message to the Login Message or Login Footer message field.

Below is what this message looks like on the login page.

On the login page, the message will appear in the footer.

Terms of Service

You add a terms of service to the WordPress sign up page (wp-signup.php) as follows:

1. Go to Settings > TOS in the network admin dashboard.

Go to Settings > TOS

2. Add your text to the Terms of Service field or the URL to your Terms of Service page and select “Require registered users to accept TOS when creating new site.” and click Save Changes.

Add your text to the Terms of Service field or the URL to your Terms of Service page and select "Require registered users to accept TOS when creating new site." and click Save Changes.

3. Your terms of service displays on your WordPress sign up page (wp-signup.php) and all users must agree to the terms to create a site (or a username).

Terms of service will display on your WordPress sign up page (wp-signup.php) All users must agree to the terms.

Admin Bar

Admin bar settings in the network admin dashboard is used to control who sees the admin bar on all sites across your entire CampusPress network.

By default the admin bar is enabled for all logged in and logged out users and can be changed as follows:

1. Go to Settings > Admin Bar in the network admin dashboard.

Go to Settings > Admin Bar.

2. Select your preferred options and click Save Changes.

Under Admin Bar Settings select your preferred options.

Users can control the admin bar settings on their own site in Settings > Admin bar in their site dashboard.