Support » Plugin: Front-End Only Users » $User->Is_Logged_In() not working

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  • Plugin Author Rustaurius

    (@rustaurius)

    Hi,

    Are [restricted][/restricted] tags working correctly for your install?

    I have a registration page and this code is used in another single page only with php code… I use this code to show / hide download button… I don’t use [restricted][/restricted] as I only want to show / hide.

    Same here. When I add [edit-profile] to a page and then visit it while logged in it says: “You must be logged in to access this page.”

    Plugin Author Rustaurius

    (@rustaurius)

    Ok, but do the tags work correctly elsewhere on your site? It helps for figuring out whether it’s a problem registering a login or if it’s a problem specifically with the FEUP class objects.

    Ok it looks like none of the tags work. They all say: Please log in to access this content.

    I used the following tags on the page:
    [restricted] Can you see me![/restricted]

    [user-search]

    [user-list]

    [edit-profile]

    Plugin Author Rustaurius

    (@rustaurius)

    On the options page, can you check to make sure that “Login Time” isn’t blank or set to zero then?

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