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  • Resolved Vadonis


    Has this been tested with WooCommerce and s2member which require the use of /wp-login whether allowing users to log in via front-end or back-end? I am building a site that is 85% dependent of s2member and WooCommerce, so whatever security plugins restricting access to wp-login will have to play nice and not prevent my users from logging in.

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  • Plugin Contributor Jesse Petersen


    I have it running just fine on a WooCommerce site – the login slug is /login and the page comes up as it should, but they do get forwarded to the redirect site upon login – that might be a setting I have in WooCommerce that I need to change, though.

    So long as they are not trying to access the wp-admin or wp-login.php page forms, everything else will run fine until something tries to redirect them to a core login form while logged out.



    Alright thanks. I’ll run it in my live Beta Zone and see if there are any problems running it with s2member as well as look into the WooCommerce redirect.

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