• Hi @tbenyon, man! what an amazing plugin you have created! I stumbled upon this one an hour ago. I was a little afraid it wouldn’t work since it hasn’t been updated in a while, but luckily it seems to work without a problem with version 6.4.3. I really congratulate you, the plugin looks very good and offers very useful options. I think I am in tune with the feeling of the entire community when saying THANK YOU! (yes, in very huge capital letters).

    I have a little question. I wouldn’t dare bother you with direct advice, I’ll just settle for you to please give me a couple of pieces of tips that point me in the right direction: I have two websites “A” and “B” made with WordPress. “A” has the content and “B” has the users. Is it possible for “A” to use “B’s” users without adding data to “A’s” wp_users and wp_usermeta tables? I ask this question because I noticed that when I log in with a user from “B”, it automatically adds a user record on “A’s” DB tables, which is not what I want, but just enable users from “B” on the website “A”, is that possible? Thank you.

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  • Plugin Author tbenyon

    (@tbenyon)

    Hey Dario,

    Thanks for the positive feedback.

    To answer your question, the answer is no not really. To have a logged in session, WordPress relies on their being a logged in user stored.

    You could theoretically use the hook exlog_hook_action_authenticated to annonomise the login details or something? I don’t know your use case for not wanting the users stored there.

    Thanks,

    Tom

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 2 weeks ago by tbenyon.
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