Support » Plugin: Theme My Login » How to load user_panel.php

  • Resolved SoLoGHoST

    (@sologhost)


    Trying to have the user_panel.php as the main page when users are logged in. Just installed this plugin and apparently it created several different pages, each page having the following shortcode in it: [theme-my-login]

    So, looking at documentation for this, I have copied all files from the plugins template directory into my theme like so: {theme root}/theme-my-login/{all files from template directory}

    Not sure if this is the correct way to do this, but seems like it is working. 1 Problem I’m facing, however, is that when all users are logged in, it loads up the profile-form.php template instead of the user-panel.php template. I would like to have different links, and I’ve added these for that role, but it still loads up the profile-form.php file instead of user-panel.php file when a user logs in. How to make it load user-panel.php instead? This is the assumption I get that it should automatically be loading this file as the default template after logging in, but it is not.

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  • I assume the user-panel.php file is the dashboard, but this again, does not work. But even putting in [theme-my-login user_template=”user-panel.php”] still does not load up the user_panel.php file after being logged in.

    • This reply was modified 7 months, 4 weeks ago by  SoLoGHoST.
    Plugin Author Jeff Farthing

    (@jfarthing84)

    When Themed Profiles is active, it overrides the user panel.

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