[wp-hackers] problem with wp_signon
guus at inspiration-for-success.com
Sun May 4 10:30:45 UTC 2014
Thanks for your reply. Tried that and didn't work. I just found myself it's
a bug in is_user_logged_in().
Nicest work around I found is to call set_current_user() just after the
wp_signon(), of course if the user was really logged in. Answer is here:
I guess it's time for the Wordpress team to fix that bug as it took me hours
and hours to figure this out. Didn't expect this type of bug in Wordpress.
Guys, please fix.
From: Nikola Nikolov
Sent: Sunday, May 04, 2014 4:31 PM
To: wp-hackers at lists.automattic.com
Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] problem with wp_signon
I think the cookies are not set on the first load - so you'd have to
redirect them in order for WordPress to detect that the user is actually
I could be wrong though, so if someone else has a clue...
On Sun, May 4, 2014 at 11:18 AM, Guus (IFS) <
guus at inspiration-for-success.com> wrote:
> I am having a problem signing a user in with wp_signon. When calling it
> (before the headers have been sent) the first time the user appears not to
> be logged in when using is_user_logged_in. When going to another page the
> user is signed in however. Only the first page opened tells the users is
> signed in, which apparently somehow is the case.
> Please advise,
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