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[Resolved] Display in Front End Page

  • Hi,

    This plugin is great, I’m using it now to login to my site as an admin, but how about users?

    At the moment all my subscribers user details are showing on the front end of the site in a specific page and there’s no need/way for them to land in the back-end profile page.

    I’m wondering if there is a way to make the GA show in a specific page i.e: example.com/my-account/personal-info/ where users can enable the GA code and use it there after.

    Also, would you be implementing “remember device” option where users will only have to enter the GA code when logging in from a new device/IP?

    Thanks heaps for the great work so far

    Duetschpire

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/google-authenticator/

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  • Plugin Author Henrik Schack

    @henrikschack

    Enabling/disabling the GA settings has to be on the user profile page, that’s the rights place for that kinda’ stuff.

    Since most WordPress installations use HTTP, I can’t think of a safe way to implement some sort of remember device feature.

    Best regards
    Henrik Schack

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