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Problem with the current page setup for login/registration

  • Hi There,

    I’ve found a problem with the way that TML works using pages and not being able to define which page is a login/logout/register page in the setup/options.

    When you delete, say for instance the logout page. Then recreate a logout page, there is no way to tell TML that the logout page ID has changed or map the new page to a logout “action”. The logout action seems to still be mapped to the logout page that TML created when it was installed and there is no way to change this even now that the page has been deleted.

    Is there any way around this?

    Thanks,
    Matt

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/theme-my-login/

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  • Good point Mat. In theme options it would be good to have dropdown list of pages in order for the user to map the functionality to the page.

    I have seen such implementation done in woocommerce for the cart pages and it is very straight forward.

    Maybe the plugin dev will take this into account.

    I completely agree Matt, right now this script is causing nothing but problems based on the fact that I can’t shift the filenames around.

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