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[Plugin: BP Disable Activation] Not logged in automatically (3 posts)

  1. reedjholmes
    Posted 4 years ago #

    First off, thanks for the plugin.

    I have installed it on one of my new BuddyPress websites and it seems to be working.

    After signing up, there is no need for an email activation.

    However, new users are not signed in automatically - they still have to login with the username and password they just provided.

    Is that the way it's supposed to work?



  2. techguy
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I found a bug that it was logging them in, but it just wasn't refreshing the login widget in the sidebar. If you clicked around it would be logged in (at least in my tests).

    I've updated the plugin to redirect to the home page after activating and logging the account in. That should fix the problem you're referencing. If it doesn't let me know.

    The latest version also doesn't send the activation email for BuddyPress. Although, some people like that it is sent, but they just customize it to not include the link to activate. It's more like a welcome message.

  3. slichterb
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi, this plugin is great!

    I'm wondering if you have any plans to update this plugin?

    The reason is that it would seem to make sense that the admin still gets a notification that a new subscriber has registered, even though the user does not.

    Also, I'm curious how would I edit the code in bp-disable-activation.php to redirect to a specific page vs. the blog homepage?

    Thanks in advance!


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