The world on the web is very wide and we have the option to have a lot of imagination for its scope, in this world we can reach the farthest corners only using tools that adapt to expectations.
Designing a web page which shows a business we want to design or simply offer a certain professional service. These are one of the many good reasons to create a unique webpage with custom features. WordPress is a tool that allows you to create that dream web page and that adapts to you.
And what’s better, it has plans that range from free to affordable, depending on the features, you can create the page with the user registration option, and you’ll most likely have an idea later.
The idea of redirecting users Once successfully registered in a specific place on your website, it can be where you add your registration, on the home page of your site, or anywhere else. This action can also be immediately after login, in which case let’s see how it is possible to do it below.
How do I automatically redirect a user once registered in WordPress to a place on your website?
This is possible using the login_redirect filter by adding it to a functional plugin or file
These function and functions.php plugins can be downloaded and then activated as needed. It is important to note that both functions should not be enabled, as this will generate an error, they should not be used in combination.
The important thing is that the site of the company that uses WordPress feel satisfied when your destination changes automatically, instead of going to the dashboard and looking for page options to choose from, these filters save us time. Or, if we want to protect or restrict users’ access to certain pages, it’s also possible.
Also, through passwords, they can be made private or can define which users can access certain pages, if we want to redirect the user according to his role: we add him to the functional plugins or
We start with whether you are an administrator, publisher, author, subscriber, and we automatically redirect you to your role, for example, if there is an administrator user, we redirect you to the plugin management page.
Otherwise, if you are a user with editor permissions we send you to the post management page, and we redirect all other users to the homepage with the assigned commands. Another case would be redirection based on the username, ie the name with which it connects to the network. The first step would be to access a global variable and then save the username in a specific variable.
What should we do if we want to redirect the user to a full page?
And if we want to send the user to a custom page, we must first approach the next filter: redirection_record. Then we locate the URL and change it by sending the user to the place on our site that we want best.
Here we check the flexibility in WordPress directional behavior simply by changing or replacing the initial registered URL. With this fast and modern access, we will offer the user a pleasant and new experience browsing our website.
Therefore, allow us to redirect our users to thank them for their registration, to provide them with important additional information, or to inform them about our site.
All this thanks to the platform that WordPress offers when we use it as a tool in creating our website. Allow us to develop well-thought-out tools so that the design of our website is a source of active interaction between users.