The new version of WP-Members 2.7.6 adds a method of picking up the redirect_to parameter. This allows you to make redirecting from the wp-login more seamless, since the wp-login is designed to redirect the user back to where their login was requests (such as comments or a forum). [Read more…]
A powerful use of the WP-Members logged in/out shortcodes is using them to display “login specific” content in the sidebar. This post will discuss how to set that up. [Read more…]
This is an demonstration of how to create different contact forms based on the user’s login status. This is a nice way to offer a specific contact form for users that are logged in and a different for for users (visitors) who are not logged. That also makes it easy to use different subject line prefixes so as to prioritize email responses. This is the same method that I use on this site.