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  • Does anyone on here have any advice

    You’ll need to change the my account menu item to Log In first, and then make the “Log In” button respond to this function upon clicking it. Most likely this function will need to hide inside of your theme’s Function.php.

    When users create their account, are they creating a wordpress account or some other account for your site?

    Yeah they’re making a wordpress account to post comments, reviews and make purchases. I havent had much experience with php, was hoping it was something simple haha

    Bah, ignore what I first said, I read your initial post wrong, sorry about that. That function you provided does seem to point us in the right direction. I’ll need some time to look at this a little further, but hopefully someone else might chime in before I get back to you.

    thank you i appreciate that

    I would also maybe post this in the Plugins and Hacks forum they may be able to get you a quicker response.

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