• [wp-members page=”user-profile”] – creates a page where a logged in user can update their registration information or change a password, and a logged out user can reset a forgotten password.
  • [wp-members page=”register”] – creates a page specifically for registration.
  • [wp-members page=”login”] – creates a page specifically for logging in.
  • [wp-members page=”user-edit”] – creates just the user registration data update portion of the user-profile shortcode.
  • [wp-members page=”password”] – creates just the password change (user logged in) and password reset (user not logged in) portion of the user-profile shortcode.
  • [wp-members status=”in”]Content to display if user is logged in[/wp-members]
  • [wp-members status=”out”]Content to display if user is logged out[/wp-members]

Hello [wp-members field=”first_name”]. Welcome to the site.

  • [blogname] – the Site Title you have specified under Settings > General
  • [username]
  • [password]
  • [reglink] – a link to the page the user registered on (useful to return a user directly to the content they registered to view)
  • [members-area] – the members area where, among other things, the user can change their random password to whatever they want

These shortcodes are only available in the admin notification email:

  • [email] – the user’s email address
  • [fields] – a list of any of the registration fields
  • [user-ip] – the user’s IP address when they registered
  • [activate-user] -a link to the user profile page so they can be activated (used if moderating registration)



[wp-members page=”register”]



[wp-members page=”login”]


Profil bearbeiten:

[wp-members page=”members-area”]