Hi Amin, I’m using WP eMembers and am getting an “?event=login” problem.
On the Pages/Forms Settings, I’ve set the Login Page to be: /login/ (and created a page to exist there).
In theory, I assume that this is the location that the get_login_link() function is supposed to retrieve and replace for any instance of a link that requires the Login Page URL.
However, when I get to a page that is protected, the message returned is:
Please Login to view this Content.(Not a member? Join Today!)
Where the “Login” link is the page slug followed by “?event=login“.
Clicking on the Login link results in the content displaying:
1) the same page location,
2) the page title,
3) the login form
This is definitely not the correct Login page URL location (i.e. not the Login page specified in the Page/Form Settings Login Page field).
Note: I have “fancy login” disabled.
You can see an example here:
[http://think-and-grow-rich-ebook.com/test-page/] – note the login message and click on the link. This should (theoretically) go to “/login/” but instead adds the “?event=login” query string at the end.
Please can you help?
Thanks in advance.