In this article we’ll look into creating a custom WordPress login page. First, we explore how the default WordPress login works. Then we look into the alternatives and the different ways you can customise and improve your login experience. Lastly, we find out how to filter users based on their login behaviour, using Users Insights.
In this article, we’ll show you how to create a WooCommerce customer login shortcode. There are some technical aspects that are covered, as well as how it can be applied in your site. In addition, we’ll look into error handling, to make sure it doesn’t break your site in case WooCommerce is disabled.
Today we’ll take a deep dive into how to create WordPress users programmatically. Throughout this article, we look into how to use the
wp_insert_user() functions. In addition, we’ll compare them and find out where to use each WordPress user function. Furthermore, we’ll explore how to create users with user meta.
Today we look into how to use WordPress login redirect tools for custom logged in pages. We investigate how and why we should create custom user interactions and redirect to custom pages after login. In addition, we see some code examples of how to implement this in your site. Then we dive into how to measure the impact of this change.
There are quite a few different functions to load users in WordPress. Our goal for this guide is to explore the main WordPress functions that load user data. We’ll look into their structure, advantages, and main use cases. After this, we’ll explore a plugin option to load users with no custom code.
Allowing guest checkouts in WooCommerce are great for your sales conversions. It allows customers to checkout quickly without the need to create and login to their account. But once you don’t create accounts for your users, you’ll lose a lot of data and potential customer analysis opportunity.
In this article we are going to deep dive into using the WordPress user query with custom statements. We’ll see how to hook to the pre_user_query action to modify the default user query. In addition, we’ll discover how to edit the user SQL for better performance and privacy.
The WordPress user meta query is a great tool for user search and segmentation. It allows us to go beyond the simple searches by username or email. With this coding tool, we’re able to retrieve users by using the WordPress meta query for any custom fields they have. Additionally, it’s possible to combine different search criteria and gather the exact information we need.