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LoginPress and EDD Compatibility

To get rid of the default and boring login form for your customers, you can use your designed awesome login page with LoginPress.

Here is the scenario for the above situation:

 1. Customer visits My Account page, he will be redirected to your designed login page.

 2. After logging in the customer will be redirected back to its My Account page and see its information as usual.

Here is what you need to do:

 1. First, add the following snippet in your Child theme’s file functions.php and update your file after adding the code given below. 

This piece of code will make sure if the user is not logged in and visits its My Account, then it will go directly to your designed login page.
function loginpress_edd_login() {
if ( ! is_user_logged_in() && is_page('my-account') ) {
wp_redirect( wp_login_url() );
add_action( 'wp', 'loginpress_edd_login' );

In the above snippet you just need to replace is_page(my-account) with your accounts page slug i.e is_page(my-account-slug) 

2. Now you need to set up redirects for customers so they can redirect to their accounts page on login.

Here is where our “LoginPress Login Redirectsaddon will come to action.

 1. Install and active Login Redirects addon.

 2. Navigate to Login Redirects setting page.

 3. Choose Specific Roles tab.

 4. Search your customer’s role i.e. “Customer

 5. Now add your “My Accounts” page URL in Login URL filed e.g

 6. Then add your desired logout page URL for customers in the Logout URL field, this can be your site default landing page e.g or just simply “/”

This is it, all done. 

Easy right! Now you can show off your awesome login page to your customers.