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  • Hey, I have the same challenge. I tried to overcome it by filling in the Registration Redirect field, I assumed that that was what it was for, but it just seems to ignore that.

    Glad to see I’m not the only one! I actually think that this would be a common problem, as the default post login screen (Profile) is some seriously bad UX…

    I can’t expect Radiok to fix this, as it would probably be pretty complicated.

    The easy fix, IMHO, would be to override the filter I placed in functions.php, so that I’d allow my “custom” redirect (going back to page of origin) in the case that the function was called from single.php (i.e., subscriber-only content pages). But this is a bit beyond my WordPress/PHP chops at this point.

    Can anybody help? Maybe I should post this as a generic help request for filters…if I ever figure it out, I’ll definitely post it…

    I just found something useful. have a look at

    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/any-registration-plugin-suggestions

    I don’t know how much luck has been had finding a solution, but adding editing anything to FUNCTIONS.PHP will make any updates a little more difficult…

    I think (I’m no PHP genius mind!) this is a valid feature-request; possibly including which page users are redirected back from any Verification e-mails…

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