The Reset Password core page is where a user is directed when they click a password reset link from an email they receive. There is only one reset password core page on your site which is used by all users regardless of their access rights.
You can easily generate a link to the Reset Password core page by using the SmartTag CorePage_Link type='resetpassword'.
Changing the Layout of the Reset Password Form
The reset password form template is comprised of HTML, CSS and SmartTags™. The SmartTags™ provide all of the functional components of the form. In fact, you can remove all of the HTML and just use SmartTags™ and the form will still work. The HTML is used to specify the layout of the form elements and as the HTML is present right within the WordPress editor, you can modify it any way you want. You just need to make sure that the SmartTags™ remain intact.
Styling the Reset Password Form
The reset password form template is comprised of HTML, CSS and SmartTags™. The reset password form is fully functional when only the SmartTags™ are used. The HTML and CSS provided by MemberMouse demonstrate just one way of laying out and styling the functional elements. To style the form you could completely remove the HTML that MemberMouse includes and add your own or you could override the MemberMouse CSS styles to adjust the look of the default form template.
You can download this CSS template which contains styles you can use for modifying the look and feel of the reset password form template.
Reset Password Form SmartTags
The reset password form template is comprised of HTML, CSS and SmartTags™. The SmartTags™ provide all of the functional components of the reset password form. In fact, you can remove all of the HTML and just use SmartTags™ and the form will still work. Check out the documentation on Form SmartTags™ to learn more about configuring the SmartTags™ used on the reset password form.
MemberMouse Reset Password Form Template
Note in WordPress 5.0 and above:
The dropdown is no longer available to automatically enter templates into the editor. We have created a Templates Folder in the Knowledge Base with the code for each core page. You can copy and paste the code from the relevant template into a Custom HTML block in the new editor if you ever have the need to reset one of the MemberMouse Core Pages.
For WordPress 4.9 and below:
MemberMouse comes with a fully-functional Reset Password form template. To insert the Reset Password form template, go the MM Templates dropdown above the WordPress content editor, select Reset Password and click the ‘green plus' icon.
The result of inserting the reset password form template is that MemberMouse will insert HTML, CSS and SmartTags™ into the content editor to produce a functional reset password form that is completely customizable.