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[Resolved] [Plugin: Theme My Login] Version 6.2 force Login page not to have a parent ?

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  • Plugin Author Jeff Farthing

    @jfarthing84

    TML woudln’t know whether it is a child page or not. Check that the Page ID field in the TML settings matches your page.

    Hi Jeff,
    the page ID field is showing the correct data, exactly as it was before upgrading TML. And that page is a subpage.

    But the links and redirects of TML seems to just ignore the parent page slug.
    I mean:
    – register link on login page
    – lost password link on login page
    – redirect after login submission on login page (that means I cannot login)
    – redirection from wp-admin/profile.php

    before upgrading TML it was ok, it was redirecting to the correct URL. And I’m sure I’ve not made any other changement to my wp.

    for the moment I can solve just putting the login page on the root, but I would like to solve it.

    Jeff, did you ever try putting the login page under another parent page?

    Plugin Author Jeff Farthing

    @jfarthing84

    No, I have not. But I think I know why. It has to do with the new permalinks settings. I will have to come up with a workaround for 6.3 (or 6.2.1). Meanwhile, you can work around this by using the permalink settings. Just set the permalinks in the TML settings to use your structure. For instance, in the login box, you would put “{parent}/login”, where parent is what the slug should be.

    I can confirm this same issue on a site as well.

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