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How to set up OTP Verification for WordPress Default Login Form?

How to set up OTP Verification for WordPress Default Login Form?


OTP verification via Phone or Email on the WordPress default login form. Secure your WordPress website's login process using OTP verification or Two-factor authentication. Increase the security of your WordPress website and secure user accounts by adding an extra layer of verification.

miniOrange's OTP verification Plugin adds security to WordPress's default login forms by requiring users to provide a one-time passcode to validate their phone or email. This guide will help you set up OTP verification for the WordPress default login form.


You can download miniOrange OTP Verification plugin using the following link:

Email Verification / SMS Verification / OTP Verification / OTP Authentication

by miniorange


OTP Verification on Email & SMS on all forms. WooCommerce SMS Notification. PasswordLess OTP Login. Custom Gateway for OTP Verification. 24/7 support


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Follow these steps to setup OTP Verification on the WordPress default Login Form

1. Setup Phone Verification for WordPress default Login Form

  • Go to the Forms tab in the OTP Verification plugin.
  • Search and select WordPress default login Form from the list.
  • WordPress WordPress default login with OTP - Go to the Forms tab
  • Enable the checkbox next to the WordPress default Login Form and enable Phone Verification.
  • WordPress WordPress default login with OTP - Check WordPress default login form
  • Enter meta key in the Phone User Meta Key field.
  • If you don't know the metaKey against which the phone number is stored for all your users then put the default value as phone.
  • Then, click on the Save Settings button.
  • WordPress WordPress default login with OTP - Click Save Settings
  • Go to the WordPress default login form and enter your login credentials.
  • Then click on the Login button.
  • WordPress WordPress default login with OTP - WordPress default Login Form
  • You will get a popup to validate the OTP. OTP will be sent to the phone number associated with that user.
  • Enter the OTP then click on Validate OTP button.
  • WordPress WordPress default login with OTP - Enter OTP
  • The user will be successfully logged into the account once successful OTP verification.

1.1. Allow the user to add a phone number if it does not exist

  • When a user does not have a registered phone number associated with their account, check the enable “Allow the users to add a phone number if it does not exist” option.
  • Click on the Save Settings button.
  • WordPress default login form - Users add phone number
  • Go to the WordPress default login form.
  • Enter your login credentials and click on the Login button.
  • WordPress default login form - WordPress default login form
  • If user don't have a phone number registered with their account then they will get a pop-up to register the phone number.
  • In that case, user enter their phone number and click on the Send OTP button.
  • WordPress default login form - Click send OTP button
  • OTP will be sent to the registered phone number. The user will need to enter the OTP received on the phone number.
  • Click on the Validate button.
  • WordPress default login form - Enter verify code
  • The user will be successfully logged into the account once OTP verification.

1.2. Allow users to login with their phone number

  • When a user wants to login with their phone number, Check the enable “Allow users to login with their phone number” option.
  • You can edit the Username field text.
  • Then click on the Save Settings button.
  • WordPress default login form - Edit Username field text
  • Go to the WordPress default login form.
  • Enter your Username/Email/Phone Number and Password.
  • Then click on the Login button.
  • WordPress default login with OTP Verification - click log in
  • You will get a popup to validate the OTP. Enter the OTP received in your phone/Email then click on the Validate OTP button.
  • WordPress default login with OTP Verification - Enter one time passcode
  • The user will be successfully logged into the account once successful OTP verification.

1.3. Do not allow users to use the same phone number for multiple accounts

  • Enable “Do not allow users to use the same phone number for multiple accounts” option.
  • Then click on the Save Settings button.
  • WordPress default login with OTP Verification - Don't allow users use same phone number
  • If the user uses the same phone number for multiple accounts, the user will get an error message.
  • WordPress default login with OTP Verification - Don't allow users use same phone number

2. Setup Email Verification for WordPress default Login form

  • Go to the Forms tab in the OTP Verification plugin then search and select WordPress default Login Form from the list.
  • WordPress default login with OTP Verification - Search WordPress default
  • Enable the checkbox next to the WordPress default Login Form and enable Email Verification.
  • Then click on the Save Settings button.
  • WordPress default login with OTP Verification - Enable enail verification option
  • The user will receive an OTP on the email address associated with their account.
  • A pop-up will appear to verify the OTP.
  • Enter OTP in them and click on Validate OTP button.
  • WordPress default login with OTP Verification - Enter received email OTP
  • The user will be successfully logged into the account once successful OTP verification.

3. Advance settings for Phone & Email verification

    3.1. Allow users to login with a password and OTP (2FA)

    • Go to the Advance settings for phone and Email verification.
    • Enable the “Login with Password and OTP (2FA)” option.
    • Then click on the Save Settings button.
    • WordPress default login with OTP Verification - Login with Password and OTP
    • Now go to the WordPress default login page.
    • Enter your login credentials and click on the Login button.
    • WordPress default login with OTP Verification - WordPress default login page
    • You will get a popup to validate the OTP. Enter the OTP received in your phone/Email then click on the Validate OTP button.
    • WordPress default login with OTP Verification - click validate OTP
    • The user will be successfully logged into the account once successful OTP verification.

    3.2. Allow users to login with only OTP

    • Enable the “Login with only OTP” option.
    • Then click on the Save Settings button.
    • WordPress default login with OTP - Login with only OTP
    • Go to the WordPress default login form.
    • Enter your Username and click on the Login button.
    • WordPress default login with OTP - WordPress default login form
    • You will get a popup to validate the OTP. Enter the OTP received in your phone/Email then click on the Validate OTP button.
    • WordPress default login with OTP - Enter Validate OTP
    • The user will be successfully logged into the account once successful OTP verification.

    3.2.1 Allow users to login with Username and Password

    • Enable the “Login with only OTP” option.
    • Check the enable “Allow users to login with Username and Password” option.
    • Then click on the Save Settings button.
    • WordPress default login with OTP - User login with username and Password
    • Go to the WordPress default login form.
    • If you have to login with OTP, enter your Username and click on the Login with OTP button.
    • WordPress default login with OTP - WordPress default login form
    • You will get a popup to validate the OTP. Enter the OTP received in your phone/Email, then click on the Validate OTP button.
    • WordPress default login with OTP - Click Validate OTP button
    • The user will be successfully logged into the account once successful OTP verification.
    • Go to the WordPress default login form.
    • If you have to login with a Password, enter your Username and click on the Login with Password button.
    • WordPress default login with OTP - WordPress default login
    • Now you will see a field for the password. Enter your password in it and click on the Login with Password button.
    • WordPress default login with OTP - Enter Password
    • The user will be successfully logged into the account.

    3.3. Allow the Administrator to bypass OTP verification during the login

    • Enable “Allow the administrator to bypass OTP verification during the login” option.
    • Then click on the Save Settings button.
    • WordPress default login with OTP - Administrator to bypass otp verification

    3.4. Delay OTP Verification

    • Check the enable “Delay OTP Verification” option.
    • Enter the interval after which you wish for OTP Verification to get invoked for the users.
    • Then click on the Save Settings button.
    • WordPress default login with OTP - Select time in min


4. Select Redirection after login

  • Go to the “Select Redirect after login” feature.
  • If the user wants to redirect to the default page after login, enable the “Redirect to Default page (Current Page)” option.
  • Then click on the Save Settings button.
  • WordPress WordPress default login with OTP - Redirect default Page

  • If the user wants to redirect to the selected page after login, enable the “Select Redirection page” option.
  • Then select a page from the list of the dropdown.
  • Then click on the Save Settings button.
  • WordPress WordPress default login with OTP - Select redirection page
  • After you login you will be redirected to the selected page.




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For more questions check our FAQ page

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