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  • Resolved iamdev

    (@iamdev)


    the change login url page is accessible even you are logged in. let say you change the login url to login.php and after you login just type the login.php in the url it is accessible even when you are logged in .it should redirect to front front page or 404 when you are logged rather than showing that page again to login.

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  • Hi,

    Thank you for your feedback.
    Did you try to access the /wp-login.php URL from a different browser?

    Once you’re logged into your account, the wp-login.php is accessible to prevent any error in case you deactivate the plugin.

    If you can access the /wp-login.php URL if you’re not logged in, please contact me on contact@wpplugins.tips to help you setup the plugin and make sure it works properly for your website.

    Best, John

    i think you didn’t understand the problem is with the changed url i change the url to signin.php but it is accessible even when you are already login . let say you change the login url of your site to this http/www.example.com/signin and after you get logged-in now type the this in url http/www.example.com/login you will see it is asking again to login even you are already loggedin.

    Hi,

    I see. I don’t think this is a bug. You will be asked to login even if you are logged in already because the WordPress login works like this.

    Hide My WP is not changing the WP login process, it handles the redirect and hides the old login paths for not logged in visitors.

    Does your login URL work different if you don’t have Hide My WP installed?

    John

    yes you are right wordpress login work like that sorry i don’t knew about it earlier don’t you think they should consider redirecting to home page when you are already logged in

    Good question ;).
    I guess WP considers that the users are not going to access the login page again once they’re logged in and if they do, it’s because they want to test the login page.

    I will set this thread as complete and if you have more question I will answer.

    Please help us and write a positive review if you liked the support and you find the plugin useful.

    Have a wonderful day,
    John

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