In this tutorial, I will be sharing a code snippet that will redirect users to a custom WordPress page or URL based on their assigned role after they successfully log in to your via ProfilePress social login. Note: the code should be pasted to your theme’s functions.php file or your site-specific / dummy plugin. add_filter(‘ppress_social_login_redirect’,
GDPR stands for the General Data Protection Regulation. It’s a law enacted by the European Commission in 2016 that goes into effect on May 25, 2018. It’s designed to protect the privacy of all EU citizens. It applies to almost every internet company or website using contact forms and email marketing, which probably includes your
If you own a membership, multi-author or any WordPress site with lots of users, adding a login form to the sidebar of your website allows users to sign in or login quickly to their account. In this post, we’ll learn how to build and add a login form widget to the WordPress sidebar using ProfilePress.
There are a couple of reasons why you may want to manually approve or confirm new user registrations on your WordPress site. It could be to stop spam registrations or to prevent people outside your preferred or target audience from registering if you run a private membership site. In this tutorial, you will learn how
Do you know that WordPress.com is a giant WordPress multisite installation? one obvious difference it has from others is the presence of a beautiful custom multisite registration form where visitors can create their own websites (new sites). The default WP multisite registration page at https://yoursite.tld/wp-signup.php which allows users to create an account and a site
If you use WooCommerce and you plan to change the way the default login form appears, you are looking at writing a new set of codes to override the existing ones. This is a tasking process that could lead you into breaking the entire plugin setup, and of course ending its functionality abruptly. In this