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  • Being a new to WP I lost you in step 3. I have create a new file called “Login” using Advanced Code editor. I cannot see the file (I’m using the Twenty Twelve template) to paste the code into.
    I can see the file was created in my /wp-content/themes/twentytwelve/ folder, but it is not a php file. I am using XAMPP as a localhost.

    Thank you in advance

    Hey there,

    Nice tutorial, thanks. Very easy to follow and has got me 90% of the way to where I want to be. Just wanted to know if you think something’s possible?

    I love the idea of redirecting to a username variable after login but wondered if I could create a menu item that takes you straight to the same place?

    Can you add variables into custom menus? i.e. have a button that says “home” but redirects each user to their specific page: http://www.website.com/users/username?

    Would be very appreciative of any suggestions on how best to accomplish this?

    I am lost here:

    Then insert your theme elements. Make sure to include this tidbit somewhere as well:

    <?php
    global $current_user;
    get_currentuserinfo();
    $page = get_page_by_title($current_user->user_login);
    _e($page->post_content);
    ?>

    The following, however, did not work for me, so I actually just used the widget.
    Here’s a link on how to create a widget area.
    Note: Some have found success by deleting: _e($page->post_content);

    – Create a new page and make sure to select “Login” as the template.

    So, when I login as the new user, it goes to to the page… but I get this:

    The requested URL /clienttest was not found on this server.

    Can you help? I believe this has to do with the code I quoted about. Much Thanks!

    For those looking for a pre-built solution that is proven in battle, you can check out WP-Client. There is a free Lite version in the WordPress repository, or the Pro version with more features can be found at WP-Client.com

    One plugin configures multiple areas of your WordPress installation and allows the site Administrator to easily create new Client Areas, Client Management Portals, Client Estimates & Invoices, Client File Upload Areas, or Private Staff Pages on the site by entering just a few data fields. Additionally, clients can upload/download secure files.

    @furiousfrog… Yes, WP-Client has the functionality you reference

    What if I need to include users from Oracle database instead of build in wordpress Mysql? I have got Oracle database, and I need to create web portal for users to make inquires etc.. Is it possible with WP-Client?

    esmi

    (@esmi)

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    @stryjxx: As per the Forum Welcome, please post your own topic. This topic is 8 months old and references a old version of WordPress.

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