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[Plugin: Peter's Login Redirect] [variable]username[/variable]

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  • Plugin Author Peter
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    @pkthree

    Hi, there is some discussion on how to use it here:

    http://www.theblog.ca/peter-forum/peters-login-redirect/redirect-by-user-name

    But generally, you just put [variable]username[/variable] as part of your redirect URL and it will be dynamically replaced by the logged in user’s username.

    As for creating a page that is only accessible to that user, the typical case is to use one page (and template) for that purposes. In that template simply fetch the relevant content based on the current logged in user’s information, thus preventing the possibility that a user is viewing information relevant to another user.

    Hi Peter

    I’m using your plugin which is fantastic btw but I am also trying to achieve the same solution as the original poster. Could you provide a link to some further info regarding your last paragraph please? I am not sure how to go about it.

    Thanks in advance.

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