Step 1: Decide which page you want to use as your login page. You can use any page or post on your site for this purpose, but let’s suppose that you want to create a new page exclusively for this purpose so that after the member is logged in you can remove the login page from the navigation. So, create a page called “Member Login” in your WordPress admin panel.
Step 2: Place the [account_login] shortcode on the newly created Login page.
Step 3: So that the Login page will disappear from the navigation after the member has successfully logged in, add the custom ﬁeld Name: cart66_access Value: guest
Step 4: So that the login page can be linked to automatically from PayPal Express receipt page you can add the custom ﬁeld Name: cart66_member Value: login
Step 5: Make sure that you are not requiring an active subscription for your Login page because nobody has an active subscription until after they are logged in. If you require a subscription for the Login page, people will get “Access Denied” when they try to login. So, be sure that all of your PayPal subscription feature levels are all unchecked, then Publish (or Update) your page.
Step 6: Visit your Login page and you should now see a form that looks like this: