Default pages overview
When you activate Ultimate Member, the plugin will install six default pages required for the plugin to work correctly. The six pages are register, login, user, account, members, logout. Apart from the members' page, these pages are a core requirement of Ultimate Member and cannot be deleted from your site.
Warning: Please never cache pages "Account", "Login", "Password Reset", "Register", "User". These pages may work wrong if cached.
The register page contains the default registration form and is the page you should direct users to so they can register on your site. The default registration form includes the following fields: username, first name, last name, email address, password (with confirm password turned on). The form has also been given a max-width of 450px.
To edit the default registration form, you need to go to the forms page in the WordPress admin.
The login page contains the default login form and is the page you should direct users to so they can log in to your site. The default login form includes the fields: username or email and password. The form has also been given a max-width of 450px. To edit the default login form, you need to go to the forms page in the WordPress admin.
The user page is the page that displays each user's profile and contains the profile form. The default profile form is left blank and contains no fields. To add fields to the profile form, you need to go to the forms page in the WordPress admin. The form has also been given a max-width of 1000px.
Important: While creating multiple profile forms and adding the shortcodes to any page is possible, users can only view other users' profiles via this page. You must use this page as the main page for showing profiles.
The account page is the page that contains the account settings for each user. You can change the settings and options for the account settings in the account tab on the settings page in the WordPress admin.
The members' page displays the default member directory, which lists all the users on your site. You can change the settings and options for the member directory by editing the default member directory in the WordPress admin.
The logout page is the page that will trigger a logged-in user to log out of your site. This page can only be used for logging users out of your site, so it is not possible for you to add content to this page or for users to visit this page (all users will be redirected after clicking a link to go to this page).
The password reset page allows users to reset their password if they forget what their password is.
Note: If you have encountered an issue on your site with Ultimate Member, it will be caused by a plugin or theme conflict. Go to this article to make a conflict test.