Support » Plugin: Front End Users » #Bug double "redirect_page" argument on one page

  • Resolved ppink

    (@ppink)


    Hello,

    if i add 2 shortcodes on one page like:

    lorem ipsum
    [register redirect_page=”redirect-page-1″]

    lorem ipsum lorem ipsum lorem ipsum

    [login redirect_page=”redirect-page-2″]

    the redirect page for register and login will be in every case “redirect-page-2”.
    Is there a known issue for this problem or do you have another workaround to solve my issue?

    Best regards, Robin

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/front-end-only-users/

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  • Plugin Contributor EtoileWebDesign

    (@etoilewebdesign)

    Hi Robin,

    Thank you for notifying us of this issue. We will look into pinpointing where it comes from. In the meantime, we would suggest you using a single shortcode per page.

    Let us know if this works out for you.

    Best regards,

    Same problem on my site but this one is with single shortcode register only.
    I am new to php and wordpress, and not also from the computer background.
    but as per the documentation its been good so far.
    But since I have installed this plugin the first shortcode that i have used is

    [register]

    but once I complete the registration form and hit “Register” the page shows error as follows

    Oops! That page can’t be found.
    It looks like nothing was found at this location. Maybe try one of the links below or a search?

    Search…

    Archives

    Try looking in the monthly archives. 🙂

    Archives

    What I want is after registration user should be redirected to this page “www.wbsedea.in/thank-you/”
    My site is http://www.wbsedea.in .
    Please need help asap.

    Plugin Contributor EtoileWebDesign

    (@etoilewebdesign)

    Hi wb,

    If you want to redirect someone after registration, you need to use the redirect_page attribute in your shortcode, like so: [register redirect_page=”http://www.wbsedea.in/thank-you/”]

    I have tried that as well. But still it gives same error. I have uninstalled the plugin, reinstalled it. But still I get the same error. You can visit my site and see the error.

    Plugin Contributor EtoileWebDesign

    (@etoilewebdesign)

    Hi WB,

    Can you let us know what the exact shortcode is that you’re using on your register page? I just tested with the latest version of the plugin and the redirect_page is functioning as intended.

    Thank you

    dcoomes

    (@dcoomes)

    In your instructions on the plug in page, the shortcode is

    [register redirect_page=’http://www.wbsedea.in/thank-you/’]
    instead of
    [register redirect_page=”http://www.wbsedea.in/thank-you/”]

    NEITHER WORKS

    I used redirect_URL instead and it sort of worked

    • This reply was modified 2 years ago by  dcoomes.
    • This reply was modified 2 years ago by  dcoomes.
    Plugin Contributor EtoileWebDesign

    (@etoilewebdesign)

    Hi dcoomes,

    Both

    [register redirect_page='http://www.your.url/']
    

    and

    [register redirect_page="http://www.your.url/"]
    

    will work.

    What do you mean when you say it doesn’t work. It doesn’t redirect at all? It sends to the wrong page? Something else?

    Do you have one of the login widgets enabled in a sidebar on the same page? If so, remove it and test again.

    redirect_URL shouldn’t work as that isn’t a valid attribute of our shortcode.

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