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Need help modifying the default login forms

Thread began 11/03/2010 4:43 pm by SaladoGuy | Last modified 11/10/2010 10:09 am by SaladoGuy | 1841 views | 9 replies

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Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  Glad to hear it is working.  

Well almost working.

It works as part of the add-to-cart process, meaning, they can click add to cart, see the login page, click through to the registration page, register & login with one form ( ;-) ) and then be redirected to the viewcart page.

However, if the user simply comes to the site and tries to sign up directly (without going through the add-to-cart function) when I remove all the redirects in the "Authenticate User" behavior dialog, then they get redirected to the "You have entered a duplicate email address" page (even though it's not a duplicate and they are, technically, both registered correctly and getting logged in correctly. It's only the redirect that's broken). I assume that is because it's simply the only other redirect in the code so it defaults to there.

Formerly in the "Authenticate User" behavior dialog, I had it set to be redirected to the customer_profile page if they just come right the the registration page and sign up. I would still like them to be sent to the customer_profile IF it's a "normal" sign-up and they are not in the middle of being redirected to the viewcart page.

Is that possible?

I tried adding the customer_profile "redirect on success" back into it, but they still get sent to the "duplicate email" page. Strange - that all worked before. Maybe the code is in the wrong order?

I'm attaching the page here.


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