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Need to know how Easy Profile redirect after first login / after login to the respective user language ?

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Hi,
sorry but Easy Profile does not manage this.
  1. 2 weeks ago
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Administrador Dominios Accepted Answer
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This has to be included, without this, Easy Profile is not 100% translatable.

Regards,
  1. 2 weeks ago
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Maybe in future we will implement something like this, but for now this is not a priority. Keep in mind that Easy Profile is mainly a profile extension, things like "Redirect after first login" are only useful tools.

Anyway you can use a workaround, create a menu item for All languages and put a empty article, in the same page (if possible after article content) you can add 2 Joomla Custom modules (one for each language) that show your welcome text.
  1. 2 weeks ago
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Dear Sir:

This issue has been a big problem for all our users, Spanish users (90%) are redirected to a page don't exit.

Our redirection page is https://www.wtocorp.com/your-account/partner-hub however when user login on Spanish language Joomla redirect to https://www.wtocorp.com/es/your-account/partner-hub (note link includes "es";)which don't exist.

Could you be more detailed about your workaround ?

Regards,
  1. 2 weeks ago
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Hi,
follow these steps:
- Create an article with empty text (Language All)
- Create a menu item of type Articles->Single Article linked to a empty article created in the first step
- In previous menu item set parameters like screenshot 1, basically you should hide all articles parts
- Create for each language a Joomla Custom Module and set to show only on this new page (screenshot 2)
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Administrador Dominios Accepted Answer
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Couldn't do this. Is there a way to avoid redirection of Easy Profile ?
  1. 2 weeks ago
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Simply you can set to "Default" parameters called "Redirect after first login" and "Redirect after Login" in Easy Profile option.

And you can manage "Redirect after Login" directly by Joomla: menu items of type "Users->Login" and "Login" modules have a option to set the redirect after login. Unfortunately no way to manage "Redirect after first login"
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Administrador Dominios Accepted Answer
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I did, however Easy Profile redirect to USER PROFILE PAGE
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Admin
Hi,
Easy Profile does not make any redirect, it is joomla, it redirect to profile page*** (with or without Easy Profile).

*** this is default Joomla behavior when is not specified a Return URL
  1. 2 weeks ago
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Administrador Dominios Accepted Answer
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Understood, however I setup LOGIN MODULE to redirect to MAIN PAGE, still redirecting to USER PROFILE
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Can you please send me the link where I found this module and an account to test it (no need backend access).
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Administrador Dominios Accepted Answer
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Use the same for backend you have
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Hi,
please check "Login Redirect" parameter, http://www.xxxx.com/j/index.php/en/ is not an internal URL (remove j/)
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Administrador Dominios Accepted Answer
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Where is this ?
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go to Menu->Business (EN) Menu->Login (Alias: login)->Options (see screenshot)
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Administrador Dominios Accepted Answer
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Thanks
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Hi,

I'm trying all ways to achieve FIRST LOGIN REDIRECT 404 Error due to how Joomla translation on handling this issue, I beg you to help me on solve this, we need to use FIRST LOGIN REDIRECT

Regards,
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Admin
HI,
we already explain you a workaround.
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Administrador Dominios Accepted Answer
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It didn't work out, or I did not understand
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Easy Profile Support Accepted Answer
Admin
Hi,
follow these steps:
- Create an article with empty text (Language All)
- Create a menu item of type Articles->Single Article linked to a empty article created in the first step
- In previous menu item set parameters like screenshot 1, basically you should hide all articles parts
- Create for each language a Joomla Custom Module and set to show only on this new page (screenshot 2)


What did you not understand? can you explain me better the breaking point?
  1. 2 weeks ago
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Administrador Dominios Accepted Answer
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Dear Sir:

As instructed

First

1. I create an article named "Welcome Bienvenido"; EMPTY; Language ALL
2. Create Menu UTILITY > MEMBERSHIP > WELCOME ABOARD; Type SINGLE ARTICLE "Welcome Bienvenido"; Language ALL
3. Create two Custom Modules: 1. Welcome Aboard; Language English (EN), and 2. Bienvenido a Bordo; Language Español (ES). Both Assigned to Menu UTILITY > MEMBERSHIP > WELCOME ABOARD

Result: when http://www.wtocorp.com/membership/welcome-aboard is hit, 404 error display

Second

1. I create an article named "Welcome Bienvenido"; EMPTY; Language ALL
2. Create Menu UTILITY > MEMBERSHIP > WELCOME ABOARD; Type SINGLE ARTICLE "Welcome Bienvenido"; Language English (EN)
2. Create Menu UTILITY > MEMBRESIA > BIENVENIDO A BORDO; Type SINGLE ARTICLE "Welcome Bienvenido"; Language Español (ES)
3. Create two Custom Modules: 1. Welcome Aboard; Language English (EN); Assigned to Menu UTILITY > MEMBERSHIP > WELCOME ABOARD, and 2. Bienvenido a Bordo; Language Español (ES); Assigned Menu UTILITARIO > MEMBRESIA > Bienvenido a Bordo

Result: when http://www.wtocorp.com/membership/welcome-aboard is hit 404, error display, also when http://www.wtocorp.com/es/membresia/bienvenido-a-bordo is hit, 404 error display

What is wrong ?

Regards,
  1. one week ago
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First

1. I create an article named "Welcome Bienvenido"; EMPTY; Language ALL
2. Create Menu UTILITY > MEMBERSHIP > WELCOME ABOARD; Type SINGLE ARTICLE "Welcome Bienvenido"; Language ALL
3. Create two Custom Modules: 1. Welcome Aboard; Language English (EN), and 2. Bienvenido a Bordo; Language Español (ES). Both Assigned to Menu UTILITY > MEMBERSHIP > WELCOME ABOARD

Result: when http://www.wtocorp.com/membership/welcome-aboard is hit, 404 error display

this seems a correct way, 404 error means that link does not exists, maybe a cache problem. I can't check this because previous credentials seems to not works anymore.
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