[wp-hackers] Wordpress Event Viewer Plugin
computerguru at neosmart.net
Tue Apr 3 06:38:20 GMT 2007
I think sticking to your current custom login function is the most reliable
It's not code that'd change too often or too much, so I don't really think
that would be a problem.
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> >> Perhaps the 'login_errors' filter?
> >> The error text on the login page is sent through that filter, eg:
> >> ERROR: Incorrect password.
> >> ERROR: Invalid username.
> > Yep that is possible. One small problems,
> > The username isn't passed, I like to see what username is being used.
> > Although that is an option. Thanks.
> At that stage the raw post data should still be available.
> $_POST['log'] amd $_POST['pwd'] would hold the username/password, and
> $_POST['redirect_to'] will hold the page that they've been prompted to
> login for?
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