If you are on the fence or have not bought LoginPress yet, do continue reading our LoginPress review below.
As mentioned previously, LoginPress comes with a series of features that upgrades your existing WordPress login page. These features includes:
Separately, these features don’t really amount to much. Other than the Social Login, you can get some of these features though the installation of various free plugins. But LoginPress delivers them in a beautiful package that works seamlessly.
Here’s the LoginPress features that we like:
1) Social Login
This is my favourite feature especially since I’ve worked on membership sites. With a social login option, we can make it easier for older members of a membership site to easily login, without the need to contact us for help.
LoginPress’ Social Login helps us add visible value to our Care Plan customers, who otherwise won’t enjoy the benefit of social login.While I like the Social Login extension, I feel that LoginPress could take some future feature ideas from Nextend’s Social Login. This includes:
2) Auto Login
If you manage a site and would like to give access to others without giving them a password, the Auto Login extension helps you do that.
The issue with the Auto Login extension though, is that we cannot set an expiry after a certain amount of logins. That would make it a more compelling feature.
3) Limit Login Attempts
The Limit Login Attempts extension is a must if you run a popular site, or have been hacked before. If you do not have a Web Application Firewall (WAF) protection like WebARX or Astra Security, this extension would help you to weed out brute force hackers trying to enter your site.
On the downside though, I can’t find a way to limit the attempted login records, which makes me worried about a bloated database if you have a lot of login attempts.