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  Public Ticket #701829
Login/logout
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  • Greg started the conversation

    I can't find where to control the login/logout icon (if this is an option) Is there a way for me to direct this to a specific page? Or just turn it off?

    Thanks,

    Greg

  •  153
    Kris replied

    Hi,

    If you mean logo above login form, this can be set in Evolve -> Template Options -> Branding Options in section Back-end Branding

    Kris

    DynamicPress Support Team

  • Greg replied

    You are misunderstanding. I am referring to the little icon of a person in the upper right, next to the search icon, used as a login/logout button. I am using some plugins to direct the login pages, and do not want the popup window this uses. Can I edit this link? If not, where to I turn it off so it doesn't show in the menu?

    Thank you

  •  153
    Kris replied

    Hi,

    Sorry :).

    This can be done in Evolve -> Template Options -> Appearance in section Head and Main Menu Style

    Kris

    DynamicPress Support Team

  • Greg replied

    Thanks, I was having trouble locating that... but I like having a login, can I redirect that link? Where is that in the code?

  •  153
    Kris replied

    This code is repeated in few files.

    Find following

                            <!--?php if(get_option($dynamo_tpl--->name . '_login_link', 'Y') == 'Y') : ?>
                            <!--?php if (is_user_logged_in()) : ?--> 
                            <a href="#" id="dp-logout" class="dp-tipsy" data-tipcontent="<?php _e('Logout', 'dp-theme'); ?>"><i class="ss-user"></i></a>
                            <!--?php else : ?-->
                            <a href="#" id="dp-login" class="dp-tipsy" data-tipcontent="<?php _e('Login', 'dp-theme'); ?>"><i class="ss-user"></i></a>
                            <!--?php endif; ?-->
                            <!--?php endif; ?-->
    

    in files:

    • /wp-content/themes/dp_evolve/layouts/after.php
    • /wp-content/themes/dp_evolve/layouts/after-nosidebar.php
    • /wp-content/themes/dp_evolve/layouts/after-vc.php
    • /wp-content/themes/dp_evolve/layouts/before-sl.php
    • /wp-content/themes/dp_evolve/layouts/before-sr.php
    • /wp-content/themes/dp_evolve/layouts/before-vc.php
    • /wp-content/themes/dp_evolve/layouts/before-wc.php
    • /wp-content/themes/dp_evolve/layouts/before.php

    Kris

    DynamicPress Support Team

  • Greg replied

    Thank you for the details information. (I was hoping it would be a little simpler than that :)