Support » Plugin: User Verification » New shortcode for the hidding error message

  • Resolved Ivijan-Stefan Stipic

    (@ivijanstefan)


    Hi, great plugin.

    I come across with problem where I use shortcode user_verification_check on the custom login page. I need to visitor after verification have login form.

    Problem was that I constantly get error message on that login page when visitor is not under verification. For that reason I create new shortcode in my theme to fix this problem:

    if ( !shortcode_exists( 'user_verification_check_validate' ) ):
    	add_shortcode('user_verification_check_validate', 'uv_filter_check_activation_validate');
    	if(!function_exists('uv_filter_check_activation_validate')) :
    		function uv_filter_check_activation_validate($attr, $content = NULL) {
    			if( isset( $_GET['activation_key'] ) || (isset( $_GET['uv_action']) && isset($_GET['id'])) ) return do_shortcode($content);
    		}
    	endif;
    endif;

    Is it possible for you to made something like this or to add some attribute to your shortcode to we can hide error messages for the standard visitors?

    Thanks!

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  • Plugin Author PickPlugins

    (@pickplugins)

    Thanks for your contributions,

    We recommend creating new page for user verification instead of using login page, but love the recommendation, i will try to fix and update plugin sosn.

    Regards

    Well, by my experience, you have to cover all the cases that are possible (if are possible) because everyone has different requirements and reasons that are sometimes not logical but have a purpose.

    Anyway, great plugin! You saved me a weeks of coding.

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