Support » Plugin: User Verification » Can’t set redirection page after Woo payment

  • Resolved shayno90

    (@shayno90)


    hi again,

    I just tried setting any page (including oen with the suggested shortcode) in the “redirect after payment” field under User Verification > woocommerce, and it does not work. It keeps reverting back to “None”. No matter what page I put in there.

    I assume now this won’t work.

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  • Thread Starter shayno90

    (@shayno90)

    Also, you have double options here. You have 2 x disable auto login.

    Thread Starter shayno90

    (@shayno90)

    Just ran a conflict / compatability test (disabled plugins, etc… ) and nothing is causing a conflict. No plugins installed (except woo + user verification). Problem still exists.

    Plugin Author PickPlugins

    (@pickplugins)

    HI, could you please try latest fixed version from GitHub and let me know the result
    https://github.com/pickplugins/user-verification

    i will update later plugin on repo.

    Thread Starter shayno90

    (@shayno90)

    Hi, new plugin seems to work now.

    How important is it to use this shortcode “[user_verification_message message=”Please check email to verify account first”]”? because the one that I currnetly have is “[user_verification_check]”. Do they do the same thing or should I use the first one with the message when dealing with Woocommerce?

    Plugin Author PickPlugins

    (@pickplugins)

    Thanks for your feedback, [user_verification_message] this shortcode is used to kick out login user to logged out by force if auto logged out is not working or not possible.

    we haven’t found a reliable solution for WooCommerce checkout auto-logged out that’s why we added this shortcode to handle logged-out user by force and display custom message to user, hope you understand.

    Thread Starter shayno90

    (@shayno90)

    Hi,

    No problem. I don’t mind what shortcode I use, I just need to know which one I should use. So, in this case, you say I need to use:

    [user_verification_message message=”Please check email to verify account first”]

    Correct? And not [user_verification_check]

    Plugin Author PickPlugins

    (@pickplugins)

    this shortcode [user_verification_check] was used for checking user verification, in latest version we use popup method(under footer) and this can be done by any page a popup will appear. that’s why we deprecated this shortcode and you can remove this from your page, a message will appear to admin for warning and other users will see nothing.

    Hope you understand.

    • This reply was modified 8 months, 2 weeks ago by PickPlugins.
    Thread Starter shayno90

    (@shayno90)

    Okay I understand. So, I can freely remove any shortcode and it will still work with the pop up. I noticed that already. If thats the case, then we can close this topic 🙂

    Plugin Author PickPlugins

    (@pickplugins)

    Glad to know you understand.

    Regards

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