Magic Login 1.3 is out today! This new release brings bug fixes, and improvements.
Here is a brief summary of the changes;
- Tested with WordPress 6.0. Since the first public beta rolled out, we have tested it and are able to confirm it works like a charm.
- UI updates.
- Fire “wp_login” hook as WP Core does on successful login. We have noticed some other 3rd party plugins depend on the wp_login hook. In this way, we have increased the compatibility of Magic Login with 3rd party plugins (Eg. “Simple History”
- New filter: “magic_login_email_headers”. It allows controlling email headers. Sometimes this could be handy if you want to keep the outgoing mail in plain text and maybe format it in an email template later.
- Fix email title HTML escaping. Fixes the email subject translations that reported here – https://wordpress.org/support/topic/issue-with-slash-in-subject-email/
- Small tweaks & Improvements as usual.
Hope you like the new version 🙂
I need to create a magic login link and at the same time specify the redirect page.
Because I am using active campaign to send out member newsletters which link deep inside the website.
My plan is to use the CLI and an automation tool to post deep login links to active campaign.
It seems like a good suggestion to pass the redirect page as a CLI parameter. I’m adding this to the feature requests. Thanks for the feedback 👍🏼
Magic Login Pro 1.3.1 is out and it supports `redirect-to` parameter that allows specifying a redirect page.
> wp magic-login create admin –count=1 –redirect-to=’https://example.org/foo-bar/’