Membership Login questions

In blogs-mu since member login was not actually connected to a page where members could actually login, I created a separate member login page but this page created a new path http://my domain/member-login-2/

Now the default member login link http://my domain/member-login/ redirects to http://my domain/member-login-2/

All is fine and good but now I realize I do not need another page link on my website since I am tight on space so I deleted the member link I created.

Now the default member login is back to square one where it cannot access the member login page since it points to http://my domain/member-login/ and do not see the page is was redirecting to anymore.

I recreate my link but now it wants to create a new login page http://my domain/member-login-2-2/ I am not trying to collect a junk of login pages I won't be using.

1. Where do I delete http://my domain/member-login-2/ or any other pages that were silently created?
2. How is best to recreate login page? Currently it is pointing to a non-existent login page http://my domain/member-login/.
3. Not to complicate things but after doing some reading on this site I am getting ready to install Membership and Supporter plugin. I assume membership won't affect where members login. In other words all members still login using the same default home page link but admin can limit them to certain content once membership plugin is installed?

So all I do is create pages, categories, download links, etc. I want to restrict them to prior to the installation of membership plugin?

I also assume Supporter can only be used to restrict blog access whether to paying or free members but not necessarily restrict any user to say at least one default blog?

Any help appreciated.

  • drdave

    Hey masonjames

    I was able to somehow make it work.

    I thought maybe AntiSplog safety rules was changing the login url every 24hrs but that box is unchecked. I was able to create a new login somehow but please still let me know if I am on the right track. I will hate to get locked out from my network.

    Would be nice to still get an answer to these questions as well.

    >>3. Not to complicate things but after doing some reading on this site I am getting ready to install Membership and Supporter plugin. I assume membership won't affect where members login. In other words all members still login at the same place on my home page and not a separate login for paying members.

    Also assuming that admin can limit them to certain content once membership plugin is installed?

    So all I do is create pages, categories, download links, etc. I want to restrict them to prior to the installation of membership plugin?

    I also assume Supporter can only be used to restrict blog access whether to paying or free members but not necessarily restrict any user to say at least one default blog?<<

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