How to Turn Off Login Via Email Address Feature in WordPress

disable login with email feature in WordPress

Few days back, WordPress new updates introduced the new feature called login with email, with that feature now you can login with your email address. But some of WordPress admin don't like that feature and wants to disable it, If you are among of those then you can disable the Login With Email Address Feature in WordPress.

Many WordPress admins thinks that the login with email address feature is not much secure and email is easy to break or hack than username. And when you send email to your user or someone else, then they will get your email address that make it easier for them to hack or break by hacking your email account or guessing your password.

If you ask to us then we are 100% sure that the new Login With Email Address feature is not unsecure feature and not makes your WordPress site less secure. You can also make your WordPress website more secure with these Best 5 security plugins for WordPress.


Disabling Login With Email Feature

To turn off the Login With Email feature, The first thing that you need to do is download and install the WordPress plugin called "No Login by Email Address" and activate the plugin. Or if you don't know how to do that then check our tutorial on that: How to Install WordPress Plugins.

Once you have installed and activated the plugin. then you don't have to do anything else because this plug-in has no settings page or configure area where you can configure the plugin. Just go to your Login page and you will see this removes the Login With Email feature.

disable email in WordPress

So this how easily you can remove the Login with Email feature from your WordPress Website. We hope this tutorial may help you to turn off the login with email feature in your WordPress site. If you liked this tutorial then make sure to like and follow us on Twitter, Facebook.

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