We are a Virtual Reality Developer, using a Wordpress website with a customer area plugin. For this, we need several small customizations, which we are not able to make on our own with the basic PHP- and Wordpress-knowledge we have.
The changes have to be made as soon as possible. If we (you as freelancer and we as employer) are satisfied with this project a further collaboration is possible, as we have other things that have to be done in the future for this project.
Problems you should be able to resolve:
We are using the Divi Builder Theme ([login to view URL]) to style the website. Additionally we implemented the Customer Area Plugin ([login to view URL]) for several customer area features that are visible after a login.
Both, the theme and the plugin, include a login form. While we want to use the Divi login form for the website visitors, we need the customer area functionalities for the whole registration process for users of the website. That means: the registration process starts with the customer area plugin, but the login should only work with the wordpress login form and the user should be redirected to website content and not the customer area dashboard.
So we need an experienced PHP- and Wordpress-developer, who should do the following:
- after another dialogue (in which you exchange details with our web editors/admins about the problems and access information), you have to become acquainted with the wordpress-plugin-connections and structures on the server
- afterwards all links of the customer area login form have to be redirected to the divi login form (landing page). This includes at least three more forms of the customer area plugin: registration, forgot password and reset password. So, after this step, one login form could be disabled.
- moreover the user should be redirected to landing pages we would define – after the login as well as after the logout.
- One last point is, that we noticed a behaviour of the Divi login form, that has to be changed. When a user uses the wrong password he is redirected to the wordpress login form ([login to view URL]) instead of the login website.
We tried to make this changes for about an hour. We also were able to discover some connections and make small changes, but we were not able to dig deeper into the php-scripts. After our experience, we think, that an experienced Wordpress-/PHP-programmer might be able to solve the problem within a day (6-8 hours). Of course we are open for your estimation.
We are looking forward to your bids!