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I have created a new page with the slug /login. In this page I have added a short code:

[theme-my-login action=“login” show_links="0"]

And in the TML plugin settings page, I have set the right slug for the login form location (login).

After all of this, when I go to the login page of my website, the login form doesn’t show up.

Although I do not have a page for reset password set up, when visiting the resetpass page, the reset password form shows up.

What’s going on and how do I fix this?

  • Two questions (1) are you viewing this while already logged in? (2) What is providing the shortcode - is it a plugin or a custom theme? – Matthew Brown aka Lord Matt Jun 10 at 11:09
  • (1) I’ve tried it logged in, logged out and on a completely different device signed out, (2) I’m using the Theme My Login Plugin – SidS Jun 10 at 13:09
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    It could be the quotes if the code you have pasted is the exact code you're using. Notice around the word login the quotes are curly rather than straight. Try pasting the same straight quotes you have around the number 0. – WebElaine Jun 10 at 13:37
  • Maybe they're having a character encoding issue, but all I see in that doc is straight quotes. Curly quotes are different ASCII characters and are a common source of issues. You can always contact the plugin support team directly and more likely find a faster answer. – WebElaine Jun 10 at 14:07
  • @WebElaine turns out you’re indeed correct. I copied the quotation marks used in the show_links attribute and used it with the action attribute and it works fine. Would you like to post that so I can mark it as the answer? – SidS Jun 10 at 14:11
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It could be the quotes if the code you have pasted is the exact code you're using. Notice around the word login the quotes are curly rather than straight. Try pasting the same straight quotes you have around the number 0.

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