My first plugin : WPUF Login Redirect
For so many days, I was trying to create something. Though I have created something little but not bad as a starter. I have created my first plugin WPUF Login Redirect few days ago. It is a plugin for the famous WordPress plugin WP User Frontend.
If you have used WP User Frontend plugin then you are able to use my plugin in your website. Wp User Frontend is a plugin to post from the frontend. The user can easily post their content from the frontend. They can post any kind of post type from the frontend without going to the admin panel. To know about WP User Frontend you can visit the plugin site- wedevs.com. Also, you can download the free version from WordPress.org.
Why WPUF Login Redirect?
WPUF Login Redirect is a plugin to redirect the user to a specific page after login in the site by using the WP User Frontend login form. Admin will be able to select the page where the user should be redirected after login. So this plugin will give you the ability to redirect the user in your own created page.
How does It work?
You have to install the plugin as you have installed before. To run this plugin you have to install the parent plugin first. After installing WPUF, you have to install my plugin.
After installing the plugin, you will get the plugin settings in the settings of Wp user frontend. Please follow those following steps:
- Please navigate to WP admin->Wp User Frontend->Settings.
- In the General tab, you will get the option “Select redirect page” to select your page.
- Select your page from the page list and you are done.
To get support or know more details about the plugin you can visit here- WordPress.org/plugins/wpuf-login-redirect.
yeasin36 · August 20, 2015 at 5:55 pm
Best of luck…
nayemdevs · August 20, 2015 at 6:14 pm
thank you 🙂
mithublue · August 20, 2015 at 5:58 pm
Nicely described article about the plugin 🙂
nayemdevs · August 20, 2015 at 5:59 pm
Thank you 🙂
A. I. Sajib · August 25, 2015 at 5:13 pm
Great job dude!
nayemdevs · August 25, 2015 at 6:26 pm
thanks bro 🙂