Default Page Redirect

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This option specifies what page a user will be redirected to. By default, it is the site’s login page.

This setting supports the following placeholders:

{{current.url}} which substitute in the current URL.

{{member.homepage}} which substitutes the URL of the logged in user’s dashboard page. If there is no login page, the home page of the site is substituted.

{{member.logout}} which substitutes the URL of the logged in user’s logout page.

For example to redirect to the standard WordPress Login page and redirect back, you would set the default redirect to:

/wp-login.php?redirect_to={{current.url}}

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Require Membership

When set to “Yes”, the user must have a qualifying membership tag in order to login. If set to “No”, any user may login regardless of whether or not they have an active membership. This can be useful to allow members with inactive memberships to login to buy additional access, update payment information, etc.

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Site Ban Tag

This setting allows you to to define a tag that when present, will let you ban a user from logging into the site.

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