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  • [CMS] Smart redirection...is it possible?

    I own the CMS suite and I just noticed this and it kinda upset me to see that when you login to your site as a user that it just defaults to taking them into the forums. I would like the user to be taken back to the page they visited when they logged in so that they can continue to do whatever they were doing just before logging in and then they can navigate the site freely.

    Right now I've deleted the forums link and I'm just focusing on the CMS side of the site to get traffic and visitors and then I will introduce them to the forums later. So I certainly don't want them registering and hitting a dead end aka my forums when they do.

    Now I do want them to register if they're going to participate in discussion / comments on the CMS side...

    Does anyone know how to accomplish this?

    -Chris

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    I just went to the content.php page on my test site and logged in. It took me back to the content.php page. Where does your index.php link point to - the content.php page or forum.php ?

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    • #3
      Hey Lynn,

      I have it set to content.php but it took me to forums.php. I didn't touch the file and default is content.php. Also, what I meant by that is lets say a user is reading an article in a subsection / category and trys to login...I don't want them being taken back to index.php anyhow but rather the exact page they started out on.

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