Support » Plugin: AddThis Social Sign In » Problems with Theme My Login

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  • Plugin Author vipinss


    Sure we will definitely check the compatibility issues with the “theme-my-login”. Thank you for bringing to our attention.

    We’ll automatically add login buttons to the standard WordPress screen, but if you’d like to add buttons elsewhere on your theme,
    copy and paste the tag <?php addthis_ssi();?> into your templates. Wherever you add them, a login button will appear

    same problem here with theme-my-login after installing SSI. The SSI logon button does appear (in my case, yahoo) but redirect does not work properly. Seems to me “redirect_to” was not being read properly.

    After deactivated theme-my-login, it works slightly better. SSI Login will redirect users to the wp home page. However, it did not redirect user to the page where login was requested.

    Is there anyway I can redirect users back to the page where the login link/button was clicked?

    Just wanna clarify my previous post. I have a login link on a page that href to “<my_wp_site>/wp-login.php?redirect_to=/something/somepage.html”

    click on the login link would bring up a login screen (either theme-my-login or wp default login). The SSI button shows up and I could logon to Yahoo with the button. Only the redirection part is incorrect. User was sent to the wp home page Instead of /something/somepage.html.

    Hi, I understand how to insert the buttons, but how i remove them? They are auto inserted on my “Theme my Login” form, and it didnt work!


    I installed the plugin into my site The site is a Social Buddy theme ( with a BuddyPress plugin.

    Since installing this plugin, the call to action button on the home page redirects back to the home page. It should go to the page /register. i have uninstalled and reinstalled everything, but the data isn’t deleted and the same problem comes up again. Please help!

    Many thanks


    Laurence Tuck


    @leandro Padula – not the best solution, but copy the login-form.php file to your theme and hide the buttons with css:

    .addthis_toolbox {
        display: none;

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