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Alter the output of Logintoboggan on User Registration Form

Recently I was faced with a problem that gave me a bit of trouble. I was using the Logintoboggan module to create a unified login form as well as to allow logins with username or e-mail address. In addition to using Logintoboggan, I had created a small helper module to remove and alter some of the cruft in the user registration form and the user profile form.

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Theming Drupal 6 Login Form or Login Block

Often times people want to theme the drupal login page or the login block for the theme they are using. If you need to go beyond just changing the CSS and want to actually add markup to the login form, this will show you how.

First you are going to need to locate the template.php file in your theme folder. We need to add some code to that file. Open up the template.php file for your theme and add the following:

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