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11/16/2016 10:32 PM
 

Hello,

I need to set redirect page after registration, but  i want registration confirmation page redirect to the page from where users tried to register

Means, I have two pages page 4 and page 8. Both pages can view only for registered users. If a person come and try to see Page 4 ,it will lead to login/registration.  If already registered person they will redirect to 'page 4' after login . But  if It is unregistered person, they will register first and after their confirmation they will lead to home page/Assigned page . But I want they should redirect to Page4. If i set Page 4 in Sitesetting's "redirect  after Registration" ,Every registration will go there. 

I want Page 4 registration's email confirmation link go to Page 4 and Page 8 registration email confirmation will lead to Page. And it same for all pages.

 

Is it possible? How can I set like this

 
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11/17/2016 5:01 AM
 
no, you can either return directly to the previous page or proceed to a confirmation page, where you may place a link to another page to follow up.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group   European Network of DotNetNuke Professionals

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11/17/2016 9:07 AM
 

Okay. thank you

 

One more issue, we have English and Arabic site. In English side, If a page restricted view only by registered users, it will go to User Login/Register page.

But in Arabic side its is not going to login page its redirecting to default page(here English Home Page)

I want if a user want to login from Arabic side they need to redirect to Login page...not to Default page

 
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11/17/2016 5:29 PM
 
which DNN version are you running on the site?
For DNN 7.4.0 and above, you'll need to use appropriate language, when saving pages in site settings

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group   European Network of DotNetNuke Professionals

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11/17/2016 11:25 PM
 
We are using DNN 7.4.1,

Actually My question is, we have a contest page . The end user will see only Terms and conditions page. There mentioned only registered user can participate in the contest.

So I made permission for participation page can view only for registered users. And That page link given in a Rules pages with a hyperlink. If the end user click on the link it will go to 'User login' page and redirect to Photocontest page.

This is working well in English side, But in arabic side , when the end user click on 'participate' link its going to English side home page.

But if i click on login link on menu the pop up will open in both Languages.

But I need the arabic link of participate also leads to User login as it is English side.
 
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