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Here is my current code.

function custom_login_footer() {
    return '<p>text text text</p>';
add_filter('login_form_bottom', 'custom_login_footer');

I am trying to add text below the submit button, but I do not know how to apply the login_form_bottom filter.

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your code is correct, however, that filter only applies to the wp_login_form() function, which is not what wp-login.php uses, so you won't be seeing your text there if that's what you're expecting! try adding a call to wp_login_form() in a template to see what the filter does.

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Thank you Milo. Although I did not achieve the result I wanted, you did answer the question. I'll open a new one to rephrase my question with this newly presented information. – imHavoc Jul 8 '11 at 5:11

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