WordPress User Login Redirect

WordPress sites that offer personalized or private content typically want to keep their users on the front end of the site.  However, WordPress automatically takes users to the back end dashboard after they login.  Obviously, we need to be able to redirect these users to the front end of the site; but at the same […]

Redirect Using Custom Code

To write your own custom redirect code, you should familiarize yourself with the login_redirect filter. This page will explain how the filter works, and there are a few examples of how to apply this knowledge in the comments. Here’s a very simple example to get you started: This code will cause all users to be redirected to […]

How to Redirect User If Not Logged in WordPress » Page Redirect

In the last post, I demonstrated how to check if the user is logged in in WordPress.  One common reason why you may want to check if WordPress user is logged in is to show different pages based on the logged-in status of the WordPress user. If you want to redirect users if not logged in WordPress, you […]

How to Get Logged In User Information in WordPress

Are you looking for the best way to get logged in user information in WordPress? In the previous, post I shared with you how to check if a user is logged in and also how to find the role of logged in user. In this post, I want to extend this by explaining how to get logged in […]

Creating Custom Front End Registration and Login Forms for WordPress

Front end registration and login forms (meaning placed within your site’s pages, and not the default wp-login.php) are one of the elements that really take a site out of the “standard WordPress” zone. With forms that allow your users to signup and login without ever leaving your main site, you provide a much more consistent […]

A visual guide to WordPress user login hooks

In this article we are going to discuss the WordPress hooks that are triggered during the user login process. WordPress calls many different actions and filters throughout its sign in process. If you need to customize the default WordPress login functionality, you will need to understand which hooks are called and at which point of the […]

Αλλάξτε το όνομα αποστολέα στα email του WordPress σας!

Το WordPress ως γνωστό, διαθέτει την δυνατότητα αποστολής ειδοποιήσεων στους διαχειριστές και τους χρήστες, μέσω email. Ως προεπιλογή στην θέση του ονόματος του αποστολέα στα email εμφανίζεται το “WordPress”.  Για να γίνει καλύτερα κατανοητό αυτό, ας δούμε ένα παράδειγμα! Αν ένας εγγεγραμμένος χρήστης του ιστότοπου σας, ξεχάσει τον κωδικό πρόσβασης στον λογαριασμό του και ζητήσει την […]

Show WordPress Login Form Anywhere Without a Plugin

You can add this code to your theme’s template file if you want to display your WordPress login form on any page without a WordPress login plugin, sidebar login widget, or footer area. This code will only display the general WordPress login page in the place where you add the code. If you want to […]