Logged in users will be redirected to their profile page if they try to move to HomePage anywhere within buddypress installation same as FACEBOOK do.
|Author:||Jatinder Pal Singh (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.X|
|WordPress version tested:||4.1|
|Added to WordPress repository:||09-07-2010|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||24 410|
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If you want FACEBOOK like functionality for your buddypress installation where Homepage for Vistiors is different than Logged in users, you should try this plugin. This plugin performs following tasks:
** when user log into your website, user is redirected to his/her profile. ** when user try to move to homepage, user is redirected to his/her profile. ** when user logs out of your website, user is redirected to homepage of the website.
because once users are logged in, there is no need to appeal them to register,so they shouldn't be sent their again. Now you can select the user role, who can view the homepage. Roles which can be selected; None:- Nobody is allowed to view homepage Administrators:- Only users with the role 'administrator' can view the homepage Editors:- Only users with the role 'editor' can view the homepage Authors:- Only users with the role 'author' can view the homepage Contributors:- Only users with the role 'contributor' can view the homepage Subscribers:- Only users with the role 'subscriber' can view the homepage
This plugin is successfully tested with WordPress 4.1 and buddypress 2.1.1
How this plugin can be helpful?
Ans: It is suggested that you should have a static HOMEPAGE for your visitors which is having register link. Now once, your user has logged into buddypress, he will be redirected to his/her profile. So, you dont need seperate plugin which redirects the user to profile on logging in. Secondly everytime user clicks on homepage links or logo of your website, he will be redirected to his/her profile which makes easy accessiblity of own profile to the user and more over there is no need to show register link to logged in user.
Any conflicts with this plugin ?
Ans: It may have conflicts with the plugins who offer redirections for buddypress plugin
- Just developed
added log out redirection
log out redirection bug fixed
enabled for Buddypress installations within the directory. which means if your blog is not installed on root domain, still you can use this plugin.
Many themes were creating problem for redirection, so changes made so that redirection can work in any case
added option to select the user role who can view the homepage.
updated to work with latest wordpress and buddypress editions
Fixed bugs for wordpress 4.1 and buddypress 2.1.1. thanks to John Clause