December 8, 2015 at 4:49 am #857
How are you doing 🙂
I’m having 2 issues with the PRO plugin and thought you could help.
The email verification feature is on and it has a few steps:
The user types in the desired username and its email. He receives a confirmation link to his email. Once clicked he’s being redirected to the same page and requested to choose a password.
The problem is there’s no indication that these steps have happened and it’s confusing the users.
I’m looking to do 2 mods, let me know if you can help with that.
– After you type in your username and password and clicks REGISTER. it should say something like:
Thanks for registering! Your confirmation E-mail is on it’s way! Click it to finish your registration.
Right now, when you click register nothing happens on the site. The only indication is the email that’s being received but this sometime can take a few minutes where the user is just confused.
– After you click on the confirmation email is redirects you to the same page and asks you to choose a password, that’s fine. After you type in your password again, nothing happens.
I’d like it to auto login to the site (triggering the redirect after login feature).
Let me know what you think and if you can help with that (I dont mind paying a little extra for the custom features) but I do need is asap please 🙂
VitoDecember 9, 2015 at 8:50 am #860
Let me know what you think on the above – I don’y paying extra for the custom feature.
VitoDecember 9, 2015 at 8:52 am #861December 11, 2015 at 6:16 am #866
Please get back to me asap I purchased the plugin twice already and I’d appreciate the support when neededJanuary 11, 2016 at 8:40 pm #879
Zane M. KolnikKeymaster
There isn’t a filter, or setting to change the messae: “Verification email sent”, however I’ve added this to the latest milestone, I’ll have this in by Wednesday.
In the meantime you can edit the message by changing the text in the following file:
Regarding the user not showing as logged in. This appears to be a bug. The user is actually logged in, but the form is still being displayed. I verified this by visiting the
wp-login.phpafter logging in.January 18, 2016 at 10:15 pm #889
Zane M. KolnikKeymaster
I looked into this issue, and it seems to be related to caching. Currently I’m on another laptop and cannot reproduce it.