Support » Plugin: Authorizer » Hide Site Admin Email Verification Screen

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  • Also, may need to check this issue separately, logout functionality is not working, once logged into the system, I cannot log out. I’m reporting this early with little testing, if something changes will update.

    Plugin Author Paul Ryan

    (@figureone)

    Thanks! I think the filter hook to adjust the admin email check belongs better as a theme customization (dropped into functions.php in your theme). I can see many Authorizer users not wanting to change it. That said, I thought it was an odd choice by the core folks; it seemed to come from a perspective of a site with a single admin. Maybe it will get scaled back in future versions.

    Also, we have the logout issue tracked here, due to a side effect introduced in WordPress 5.3:
    https://wordpress.org/support/topic/logout-does-not-work-2/

    Roger, I use Authorizer on a multisite with many themes, implementing that at the theme level is not sensible for our use case. However I can see not adding it to your plugin, while I think it should be an option, I may explore just creating a small mu plugin for it, if there you think that’s my best route.

    I did see you picked up the logout issue… sounds good.

    Thanks!

    Plugin Author Paul Ryan

    (@figureone)

    Oh yeah, small mu-plugin sounds like a good idea. Could be as simple as:
    /wp-content/mu-plugins/disable-site-admin-email-verification.php:

    <?php
    /**
     * Plugin Name: Disable Admin Email Check
     * Description: Disables the Site Admin Email Verification Screen using the admin_emai$
     * License:     GNU General Public License v3 or later
     * License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html
     */
    add_filter( 'admin_email_check_interval', '__return_false' );
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