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You are not trying to remove it by Wordpress, but by jQUery. It looks more a problem matching the element you want to hide. I don't know your ids and classes on your html to give you the exactly answer, but the a simple proccess to find your answer: You can open your console developer (Chrome) or firebug (Firefox) on your navigator to insert your function ...


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I am 'registering' a new user through the Admin Panel instead of wp_login if that makes a difference. It does. The 'registration_errors' filter is applied in the register_new_user() function. That function is only used in wp-login.php. Searching through WP's source with grep you'll get something like this: $ grep -nr 'register_new_user(' . ...


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The basic building block of WordPress templating is template tag, that is function echoing (the_*()) or returning (get_*()) specific information. It's no that far off from other kinds of templating, the largest difference is that WP "context" is typically much larger, way less contained, and rarely controlled by developer directly much. Form workflows in ...



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