Conditional Tag is one useful feature to utilize in WordPress theming. Sadly, I couldn’t find a conditional tag for detecting sign up page1. Moreover, the sign up page is typically looked bad due to it’s hardcoded structure (it has no place on template hierarchy):
<!--?php get_header(); ?--> <div id="content" class="widecolumn"> <div class="mu_register"> // custom registration code here </div> </div> <!--?php get_footer(); ?-->
Basically, sign up looks bad and you’ll want to prepare a specific styling for it. Since there’s no conditional tag for it, we’re gonna make one on our own by utilizing global variables specifically
$wp, the global instance of the Class_Reference/WP class.
Here’s how I did it. Place this on you
functions.php‘s theme or plugins file:
The sign up page, if enabled, will be located at