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I made a menu-button on my site's first page that show "login/register". I want to change its name from "login/register" to "user account" when a user has logged in.

I tried changing codes in global.css and layout.css, but it didn't work.

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I did a similar thing in many of my projects, here's how I did it:

<div class="user-panel">
    <ul>
        <?php
        if (is_user_logged_in() ) {
            // When the user is Logged-in
            $current_user= wp_get_current_user();
            echo '<li>'. __( 'Welcome, ', 'text-domain' ) .'<strong>'. $current_user->user_nicename .'</strong></li>';
            echo '<li><a href="'. wp_logout_url( home_url() ) .'" title="Log out">'. __( 'Log out', 'text-domain' ) .'</a></li>';
        }
        else
        {
            // When user is logged-out
            echo '<li><a href="'. wp_registration_url() .'" title="Register a New Account">'. __( 'Register', 'text-domain' ) .'</a></li>';
            echo '<li><a href="'. wp_login_url() .'" title="Login to the site">'. __( 'Login', 'text-domain' ) .'</a></li>';
        } ?>
    </ul>
</div>
<!-- /.user-panel -->

It's not a matter of CSS, it's a matter of Templating. After this, do the CSS to make it look better. :)

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  • Where should I replace this code? – SaeedS Dec 29 '14 at 23:16
  • Somewhere in your template, whether in header.php, sidebar.php - where you want to show the user menu. – Mayeenul Islam Dec 30 '14 at 4:24
  • tnx alot, how can I make a background for that, like a button theme. – SaeedS Jan 1 '15 at 17:39
  • You should better ask a new question here, if it's related to WordPress, otherwise in Stack Overflow. – Mayeenul Islam Jan 2 '15 at 9:27

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