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Posted: Sunday Mar 31st, 2013 at 4:03 pm #46215


Ok, I used the replacement codes to add a redirect to /my-account/%%current_user_role%% which does the job of forwarding users on login to unique pages. I have then set 301 re-directs on those pages I just wanted to go to the /my-account/ page to go back to the /my-account/ page.

The problem is that this still doesn’t re-direct Administrators or Editors.

Is there a setting I need to change so that all users are re-directed on login?


Posted: Sunday Mar 31st, 2013 at 3:15 pm #46214

Hi Bruce,

Hmm that’s not re-directing the Admins or Editors to a different page though – that’s just providing different content on the login welcome page though right? The content I want to show is completely different – it’s going to make the login welcome page way too complicated.

If the only way to do this is for me to use the built in re-direct to /role option then let me know and I’ll have to move to that solution.


Posted: Tuesday Jan 15th, 2013 at 4:54 pm #37661

That’s the ticket!!! Thanks Jason, I think that will do the trick. Thanks for taking the time to help me out :)

Posted: Tuesday Jan 15th, 2013 at 2:03 pm #37619

Hi Jason,

Thanks for your response. I suppose my site is a little different to most in that it’s a self-publishing site that sits on top of the WordPress platform. i.e. I’ve built a CMS on top of a CMS!…

The net result is that I use my site as a publishing tool – as do my staff – but they don’t understand why there is three or four variations of everything on a page because I’m using multiple ccap’s – they see all of them.

The only alternative for me I think is if I remove their ‘admin’ status and find different ways for them to perform their roles without accessing the wordpress back-end.

I was hoping for a panacea!! thanks for your help though!

Posted: Wednesday Dec 12th, 2012 at 2:58 pm #34407

Hi, would love to, but unfortunately creating plugins is a little beyond me.

I will wait to hear what the development team say! Unless you have an idiot’s guide…


Posted: Tuesday Dec 11th, 2012 at 8:53 am #34250

That’s great, thanks!

I was wondering whether it would be possible to do something similar to the paypal buttons, but without them going through to paypal, for example, to be able to go to a user’s profile page and for an admin to ‘gift’ a user the same custom capability that they got from going through paypal? At the moment, going into the user’s profile and adding the custom capability is fine for me as a ‘relatively’ knowledgeable admin, but for people who are simply administering the site and don’t have the wordpress knowledge it would be great to be able to give them buttons.

I suppose I could use the ccap to only allow admins to see the buttons on a user’s profile page… any ideas?


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