Some confusing and strange behaviour.
I would like to avoid all of the typical wordpress “backend” stuff for my users. For example, when a user registers, he just gets redirected back to whatever page he was at beforehand – there is no notification page or “success” page, just a redirect – how are my users to know they should check their email? How can I create a page that simply says “thank you for registering, please check your email for your username and password” after they register?
I would like to avoid getting redirected to the default “/wp-login.php” and instead use the bbpress login page I created. I would also like to use the bbpress registration page I made (using the shortcode and template) instead of “/wp-login.php?action=register”. Is this possible?
I would like to keep users on the front end of the site.
I created a page for forgotten passwords – after a user fills out the form, they are simply redirected – no notification of what just happened, no message that says “Your password is being email to you”, how can I go about making this more user friendly? If someone uses incorrect login detail, they simply get redirected to “/wp-login.php”, I would like them to stay on the “front end” of the site (I have a login page there after all).
Why does everything redirect in some way or another to “/wp-login.php”? How can I integrate this fully into the site without always jumping to a wordpress page?
Second issue, I seem to be having a problem with some of the other page, if I try to view members or a single member I get a 404. When going to “/index.php/forums/users/”. Any idea why these pages do not work?
Here is my domain: http://www.tbgamers.com
Thanks, I’d appreciate any help.
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