1. Deactivate the free version.
  2. Download the ZIP file from your account.
  3. Extract the file.
  4. Extracted folder contain two separate ZIP files (2 plugins).
  5. Upload both plugins to your wordpress plugin dashboard individually
  1. Download PoEdit.
  2. Open the easy-login-woocommerce.pot file in PoEdit. (/plugins/easy-login-woocommerce/languages/ easy-login-woocommerce.pot)
  3. Create new translation & translate the text.
  4. Save the translated file with name “easy-login-woocommerce-Language_code”. For eg: German(easy-login-woocommerce-de_DE) , French(easy-login-woocommerce-fr_FR). — Language code list
  5. Save Location: Your wordpress directory/wp-content/languages/
Use shortcode [xoo_el_action] to include it anywhere on the website.
login: [xoo_el_action type="login" change_to="logout"]
Register: [xoo_el_action type="register" change_to="myaccount"]
Lost Password: [xoo_el_action type="lost-password"]
Attributes- type refers to form type , change_to refers to logged in link.

You can also trigger popup using class.
Login – xoo-el-login-tgr
Register – xoo-el-reg-tgr
Lost Password – xoo-el-lostpw-tgr
For eg: <a class="xoo-el-login-tgr">Login</a>
Setup Social Accounts (PRO)
  1. Create a new facebook App here
  2. Open your APP and go to settings -> basic
  3. Add your website domain under APP Domains & set privacy URL.
  4. Save the Changes.
  5. Copy your APP ID
  6. Go to your wordpress dashboard -> Social Login -> Facebook & Paste the APP ID there

  1. Sign in to your google account
  2. Vist google developers
  3. Click on configure project button
  4. Create a new project
  5. Under "Configure your OAuth client" select Web Server
  6. Copy Your client ID
  7. Go to your API Console
  8. Navigate to Credentials -> Web client (Auto-created for Google Sign-in)
  9. Set your website URL under "Authorized JavaScript origins" & "Authorized redirect URIs"
  10. Go to your wordpress dashboard -> Social Login -> Google & Paste the Client ID there
  11. Google login does not support incognito browser window due to disabled cookies, so please test in normal window.

Override Templates
Plugin template files are under easy-login-woocommerce/templates folder.
Copy the template file to your theme/templates folder.
Make the desired changes there.
Field Validation
Custom Field has all the basic validation features such as required, min/max length.
If you want to add your own field validation, here is an example
Add a confirm email address field
  1. Add an Email Field from the settings & mark it as required.
  2. Take a note of its Unique ID or provide your own, for this example we are providing our own id which is "xoo_el_reg_email_again".
  3. When the user signs up, we need to check whether both the email fields value entered is same or not. If values are not same, we will add an error
  4. Add this code to your functions.php, I will explain it below.
//Validate confirm email address field function xoo_cu_el_validate_registration_fields( $validation_error, $username, $password, $email ){ if( $_POST['xoo_el_reg_email'] !== $_POST['xoo_el_reg_email_again'] ){ $validation_error->add( 'email-match-error', "Emails don't match" ); } return $validation_error; } add_filter( 'xoo_el_process_registration_errors', 'xoo_cu_el_validate_registration_fields', 10, 4 );</code>
Code Explaination
  1. $_POST['xoo_el_reg_email'] !== $_POST['xoo_el_reg_email_again'] Form values are stored in $_POST, you can grab any field value using $_POST[ $field_id ]
  2. We are checking if both the field values are equal or not.
    If not equal, we're adding an error.
    email-match-error is the error code.
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