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[Resolved] Dashboard help to replace standard wordpress dashboard

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  • I have the same problem. How can I create a redirection to the new “Dashboard Page” after the log in?

    Thanks in advance. 🙂

    i have also the same probelm
    anyone please help us

    I use it with Sidebar login plugin http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/sidebar-login/. This plugin creates a login form in the sidebar of the page. Once you logged in, it shows you the links where you can go from there. By default they are dashboard (standard), profile (standard) and log out, but you can set the links very easy from Sidebar Login Options in wp-admin and change it for the pages that you already creates with the front end plugin (dashboards, new post, etc.).

    Hope this helps.
    Sorry for my english.

    I am using a small plugin called: Peters login redirect

    Might solve your challenges as well


    hello, if I use the peters-login-redirect, how do you tell it to go to the newly created Profile Page, or tell it what page to go to?

    Hi leoly,

    On the settings page for the plugin, you can specify which page to go to after the user logged in, you can specify it by username/role/level and it even has a otherwise option

    It is a small plugin, so install it on your test site and try it


    Thank you for this solution!
    Peter’s login script allowed me to select the Subscriber Role and reditect them to the Dashboard page (http://mysite/dashboard)

    I then modified my Dashboard, New-Post, Edit and Profile page to include navigation links before the shortcode to call the page content. My users are now able to login to their dashboard and navigate to the various pages. I have a grid system enabled on my theme so I can shortcode to create columns, below is the code that I use on my dashboard page. I reuse the same code on all pages and just change the shortcode for each specific page.

    <a title="Dashboard" href="http://mysite/dashboard">Dashboard</a>
    <a title="New Post" href="http://mysite/new-post/">New Post</a>
    <a title="Edit Profile" href="http://mysite/profile">Edit Profile</a>


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