Redirect unregistered users to log-in

9 years 3 months ago #220289 by philiplardner
Redirect unregistered users to log-in was created by philiplardner
Hi,

I am configuring CB/CBSubs. At present, both registered users who haven't logged in, and unregistered users who try to access restricted menu items are redirected to the registration page with the default plan displayed. I would prefer to redirect them to the home page (which has the log-in module on it) and display a message (in a module under the log-in module) telling them that they need to log-in or register. This would allow registered users to log-in without having to escape back to the home page without seeing an inappropriate (for them) registration page.

I know I could simply hide the restricted menu items from unregistered users, but I want them to see what they are not able to access until they pay for registration.

Pretty please - how do I do this? :-)

Thanks,

Philip.

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9 years 3 months ago #220332 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic Redirect unregistered users to log-in
There's no parameter to change this. You'd need to edit the CBSubs Content plugin to change the redirects. The below file is what you'd need to review and edit.

components/com_comprofiler/plugin/user/plug_cbpaidsubscriptions/plugin/cbsubscontent/cbsubs.content_access.php

Note we do not support core edits so can not help beyond this point. This also only applies to CBSubs 3.x GPL of course.


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9 years 3 months ago #220489 by philiplardner
Replied by philiplardner on topic Redirect unregistered users to log-in
Hmm... I've just looked at the code and I don't think I'm up to hacking it safely, so I'll go with Plan-B and simply hide those restricted items!

Thanks anyway,

Phil.

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9 years 3 months ago - 9 years 3 months ago #221119 by philiplardner
Replied by philiplardner on topic Redirect unregistered users to log-in
Hi Kyle,

Returning to my original query, above - could the CB Auto Action plugin be used to redirect unregistered and registered users who haven't logged-in to the login prompt (or to a specified page) rather than hit them with the full registration page?

Alternatively, is it possible to display the CB Login module above the new user Registration form / CBsubs plans? this would also solve the problem.

Thanks,

Phil.

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9 years 3 months ago #221216 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic Redirect unregistered users to log-in
I believe CB Auto Actions can. Try the below.

Type: Redirect
Trigger: onBeforeRegisterForm
Access: All Non-Registered Users
Conditional: [get_do] Equal To displayplans
URL: index.php?option=com_comprofiler&task=login

As for module display you can try displaying the login module on the registration page. This is entirely based off Itemid so ensure you assign it to the correct menu item by reviewing the Itemid in the CBSubs registration plan page URL (ensure SEF is off when grabbing this).


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9 years 3 months ago - 9 years 3 months ago #221261 by philiplardner
Replied by philiplardner on topic Redirect unregistered users to log-in
Thanks Kyle - that worked with a little modification...
  • Type: Redirect
  • Trigger: onBeforeRegisterForm
  • Access: All Registered Users
  • Conditional: ---leave blank---
  • URL: index.php?option=com_comprofiler&task=login

Using "Access: All non-Registered Users" prevents new users from registering an account!

I couldn't see triggers for events like "onSession Timeout" or "onAccess Denied" - both would be useful to have in the toolbox.

Is there any documentation for CB Auto Actions to explain its full potential (or are there no docs for any of the Incubator projects yet?)

Thanks again,

Phil.

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