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[Resolved] plugin not working with front-end login

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  • Plugin Author Ella van Dorpe


    Which plugin is it? This one? http://wordpress.org/plugins/members/
    Let me know and I’ll take a look at the code.

    Yes, its the members plugin. We want to keep the visitors front-end – which was working fine before the update. I checked on a test-site.

    The first problem we had was with a custom login field in the page. The redirect wasn’t working and we had to login twice… after entering the credentials frontend, we were redirect to the default loginpage and had to fill in our credentials again and ended in the backend.. On a test-site that was not happening anymore after deactivating the rename plugin.
    But that problem was solved by using the login widget.
    Now the only problem that’s still there is the redirect to the default loginpage after entering false or no credentials. Which should be solved with the code mentioned above.
    Hope you can help out.



    Plugin Author Ella van Dorpe


    Of course, we’ll fix it. Let me check that plugin today and I’ll get back to you.

    Plugin Author Ella van Dorpe


    I just installed the Members plugin, added the login widget and added the code you provided in your first post. If I log in on the front page, I’m redirected to the front page with /?login=failed added to the URL. So it seems to work as expected…

    Do you have any other plugins installed that might cause the problem?

    It is a multisite installation.. will that be the problem? Or a htaccess setting?
    Plugins that could be intervering….
    Path Access (but not activated on this site
    Remove dashboard Access

    Can it be the redirect rules.. I have to say it’s a windows server with iirf.ini instead of htaccess.. but that should work the same.

    I just entered the code above again in the functions.php and partly it’s working now. If I enter wrong credentials I stay on the page (YEAH!) – but without any message… but that is more the problem of the code than it is your plugin 😉

    When I don’t put any credentials.. I go to the default loginpage. Is that a lack in the above code? My coding is not so good. Just found it on internet and it was working. Didn’t write it myself.

    Plugin Author Ella van Dorpe


    Did you figure out something in the end? Let me know if you’re still having problems, and sorry for the late reply.

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