We use WordPress / WooCommerce to sell products, and people create accounts on our WP site when they buy. Often, when they go to create a ticket at our store they expect the same un/pw to work, so I end up with quite a few failed login attempts. Not a good user experience. I'm trying to add a message to the login page but for some reason it's not working for me and I can't figure out why. Seems real simple.I opened up /include/client/login.inc.php and I see the following: $body = __('To better serve you, we encourage our clients to register for an account and verify the email address we have on record.');Of course that's the message I see displayed on my login page, and I'd like to add on to that message, so I do this: $body = __('To better serve you, we encourage our clients to register for an account and verify the email address we have on record.'); $body .= __('NOTE: This login is different from our store site. If you created an account during purchase of a product / service on our site you will need to create a separate account here for support purposes.');I've uploaded that file, cleared cache, but for some reason my additional message is not showing up. I also tried adding it into the existing $body variable without appending it, but it doesn't show up that way either. I even tried commenting out the $body line altogether, but it still displayed the default message.What's interesting is that if I have a syntax error (missing ; at the end) it does not render correctly, so the page itself does seem to be taking affect, however, I cannot seem to get this $body value to update for some reason.Any information on how I can get this working would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!