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I have now produced a short video showing the problem I'm having. Maybe this will help with an answer and may help others if they have the same problem.
Thanks, I'll try that. Three more questions:
1) Why is the folder called ‘pm'
2) Is there a line of code I could include that would display the user's ‘username' in the email so they have a reminder?
3) When the user click the activation link should they be automatically logged in or do they need to enter their username and password?
Ok, I've found the file where the email is generated: frontend-form-profile.php
I could modify that file but it might get overwritten with a future plugin upgrade. Copying and modifying the code in my child theme function file does not seem to work.
Is there another method I could use?
Problem solved. I've created some custom taxonomies in WordPress and they now automatically show in the form builder options. Great plugin.
I assume that if I want to edit login-form.php I copy it to my child theme functions file first si the changes are stored if I update the plugin?
At present I've loaded the WPUF into a fresh, unstyled wp install. WPUF has loaded some useful pages including it's own login page which uses a shortcode.
This is what I see: http://screencast.com/t/Vj40WzQN
I'd like to style this and other pages.
I've had a look around and found: wp-user-frontend-pro/templates/login-form.php
I assume this build that page. Is this where I add the CSS to style this page?
I used this in the end. Seems to work well for me.
I've found a plugin that seems to provide a pro registration, login and logout with front end. All ok.
Custom Code works fine. Maybe include for the next version?
I have installed and activated the plugin and set the redirect page to Dashboard. However, after login the user still defaults to the home page.
I think I can see where the problem might lie. I have set the permalinks to ‘descriptions' so I can easily see which page I'm being directed to.
In this screenshot http://screencast.com/t/MfP0jOtrg7u it is calling ‘6'. It does this whether the redirect plugin is activated or not. I'm guessing there is no ‘6' so WP is defaulting to the index.
That fixed it.
I'm away from the office at present. I will do this in a couple of hours. Thanks.
When I preview the form in WordPress backend I see this: http://screencast.com/t/NQyU9hrccv
When I view the form in the frontend I get this: http://screencast.com/t/5PCH5ZiSDI
Could someone send me 2.3.7 to try at email@example.com
I've looked at the changelog and Github but can't find anywhere to download it.