The gripe about the default account page is not primarily because it isn’t pretty, but because it doesn’t have a connection to the website look and feel.
A quick Google search on building custom registration and login pages for Word Press reveals tutorials geared towards advanced PHP/Word Press developers.
See the Pen SP Password Reset by Agbonghama Collins (@collizo4sky) on Code Pen.
In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to build custom Word Press login, registration and password reset pages with a plugin I’ve developed called Profile Press, all without writing a single line of PHP code.
You might already be familiar with shortcodes if you’ve used plugins such as Gravity Forms, Contact Form 7 or Next GEN Gallery. Without further ado, let’s get started with building the login, registration and password reset Word Press forms. Copy the codepen login form code above to the Login Design Tiny MCE editor and then replace the text, password and submit input fields with their respective shortcode equivalents.