Support » Plugin: Affiliates » Wrong login Url – Featured by design?

  • This is something not to understand. Email which is sent by affiliate does show the system login, but this is leading to desert. Customer will not find the whole thing why he is here. Got a lot of trouble you know why…

    The free plugin seems to work, but does have a lot of serious missing logic, and the I cannot find any hint, why the customer gets lost in the very beginning with the wrong login url.
    standard within affiliate is …. /wp-login.php
    As I know, affiliate has its own login page and not a single hint how to use it…
    Yes there is a shortcode, but not usable when editing email notice not possible.
    [affiliates_login_redirect]
    So your long docs all fine, but free version makes it very hard or not usable….

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  • Hi anant01,

    The login URL in the notification email is the default WP login URL.
    If you like to modify the default notification message and add your affiliate area page link, you can use this filter.
    The snippet should be placed in the functions.php file of preferably your child theme, so that the contents will be kept intact upon a theme update.

    Kind regards,
    George

    Hello. I just added your snippet to my functions.php file in child theme and nothing is changing. Any other ideas?

    add_filter( 'affiliates_new_affiliate_user_registration_message', 'example_user_registration_message', 10, 2 );
    function example_user_registration_message( $message, $params ) {
    	$message = 'Write here whatever you prefer your user should read in the welcome email.';
    	$message .= 'User info can be found in the params array, like user object, username, user_id';
    
    	return $message;
    }

    Hi,

    Try this instead:
    add_filter( ‘affiliates_new_affiliate_registration_message’, ‘example_registration_message’ );
    function example_user_registration_message( $message ) {
    $message = ‘Write here whatever you prefer your user should read in the welcome email.’;
    $message .= ‘User info can be found in the params array, like user object, username, user_id’;

    return $message;
    }

    This one is for the free edition of the plugin.

    Kind regards,
    George

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