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Branded Login Plugin – Can't get it to work

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    Ravi on #29412

    Hello Justin,

    Sorry for the inconvenience. I have checked the screenshot you have mentioned. You need to assign login page in the settings. As we use these settings to injecting our various form into these pages. Also “wp-login.php” will redirect to page set as login page.

    Please give it a shot and let me know if it works or not.

    Regards
    Ravi

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    Justin van Oel on #29414

    Hi there,

    Thank you for your response. Though I still don’t understand. Do I need to create a specific template for this or can I just create a page with the Default Template (page.php)?

    Do I need to do anything else to make it work instead of only create a page and go to the BuddyPress settings to assign the login page?

    Thanks in advance.
    Justin

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    Brajesh Singh on #29415

    Hi Justin,
    Please create 3 pages(Normal pages, you do not need to assign them any specific template etc).

    After that, Please visit dashboard->Settings->BuddyPress->pages and assign these pages to relevant components and it should work.

    Please let me know if that works or not?

    Regards
    Brajesh

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    Justin van Oel on #29435

    Hi there,

    Thank you for your reply. Though I got an error. Only when activating this plugin I get a ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS when logging in. I made a small screencast: https://pixelheads.d.pr/HM2R6V

    Once Iogin I get this error. Though I can access the /login/ page without any problems. But It seems something goes wrong after logging in. I also cannot enter the /wp-admin/ since it redirects me to /login/ until I deactivate the plugin. After activating I get the same problems.

    I don’t have other plugins installed which do redirects. I had a custom code in a buddypress.php which redirected people to their profile after logging in. But I disabled that code and still got the same problems.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks again.
    Justin

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    Justin van Oel on #29436

    These are my page settings of BuddyPress: https://pixelheads.d.pr/Di5b8W

    Fun fact: once I activated the plugin I can navigate through the WP Admin panel without any problems. Visiting the front-end is logging me out, with some redirects it seems, and can’t log back in since then I get the ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS error.

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    Ravi on #29438

    Hello Justin,

    Sorry for the inconvenience. I am looking into it and will update you soon.

    Regards
    Ravi

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    Ravi on #29445

    Hello Justin,

    I have checked and not able to reproduce this kind of error. Please let me know which theme you are using. In case you are using any other theme except the WordPress default theme. Please switch to the default theme and give it a shot. Some chances theme conflicting with the functionality.

    If the issue persists. Please provide me with a demo user detail on your site so that I can check.

    Regards
    Ravi

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    Justin van Oel on #29587

    Hi Ravi,

    Fortunately I got it to work after your message. There were some things going on on my end.

    Though, there seems to be a problem. I have create a “Register” page. This page is set to have the template (which I made) “template-register.php”. But it takes buddypress.php from the root of my theme for some reason.

    I have also made a page “Login” which uses the template “template-login.php” and that works well. It just won’t work with the register page.

    BuddyPress page settings: https://pixelheads.d.pr/aKLjxy
    Register page, which is set to use template “Register”: https://pixelheads.d.pr/4DKVts
    Register template code: https://pixelheads.d.pr/AA9jg5

    Like I said above, this is working for the login page, but can’t get it to work for the register page.

    PS. It’s also working for the “Password reset” page where I did the exact same thing.

    Can you help me with this one?

    Thanks in advance.
    Justin

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    Brajesh Singh on #29602

    Hi Justin,
    Thank you for the update.

    The BuddyPress page templates follow a different structure.

    To override registration page, Please create buddypress/members/index-register.php and this page will be used for registration page.

    Regards
    Brajesh

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