Support » Plugin: Login Security Solution » Issue with WordPress.com stats (Jetpack)

  • Hi Daniel,

    The “force password” function didn’t work properly while i had site stats activated in jetpack. The redirect to the password-reset page didn’t work. After the login, people landed on the homepage (as intended). After that, if they simply navigated through the site, they got logged off after the first navigation move. If they tried to get into the back office, they got redirected to the login page.

    The fix isn’t important to me, but I thought i’d let you know because jetpack appears to be quite big.

    Regards

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/login-security-solution/

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  • Plugin Author Daniel Convissor

    (@convissor)

    Hi Dose123:

    People landed on the home page? That’s odd. The intention of WP’s wp_login_url() function is generally to redirect users to wp-login.php.

    Here’s an example of the URL that should be coming out:
    wp-login.php?action=retrievepassword&login-security-solution-login-msg-id=pw_force

    That extra stuff after the question mark are cues to the login page to use the password reset layout, plus a clue to my login_message filter to append a message for the user saying their password must be reset.

    As previously requested, please provide the URL that you get redirected to.

    Thanks,

    –Dan

    Plugin Author Daniel Convissor

    (@convissor)

    Your feedback would be helpful.

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