Logout Redirect

Direct WordPress users to the URL of your choice on log out automatically with this simple plugin! Just set it and forget it!

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Logout Redirect Settings
Example of logout redirect plugin in action
Adding your logout redirect URL in Settings > General on a WordPress install
Detail

So, how much do you love it when, upon logging out, you are redirected to the following…

Login Screen

Not very much… right?

Well, have no fear – this simple plugin allows you to redirect your logging out users to a much more useful page of your choosing such as:

  • your network homepage
  • your Help and Support site
  • or where ever you’d like.

Like this logout redirect example to the Edublogs homepage.

Edublogs Website

 

And it’s as simple as upload the plugin and add your logout redirect URL!

Logout Redirect Setting

Neato! Heh?

Usage

For help with installing plugins please refer to our Plugin installation guide.

Once installed login to your admin panel for WordPress or Multisite and activate the plugin:

  • On regular WordPress installs – visit Plugins and Activate the plugin.
  • For WordPress Multisite installs – Activate it blog-by-blog (say if you wanted to make it a Pro Sites plugin), or visit Network Admin -> Plugins and Network Activate the plugin.

Please Note:

  • Not compatible with BuddyPress

To Use on WordPress Multisite:

When network-activated on a WordPress multisite install, head on over to Network Admin –> Settings –> Network Settings and add the URL in the text field labeled “Logout Redirect

Logout Redirect Setting

To Use on individual WordPress sites:

If you have installed the Logout Redirect plugin on a single site install of WordPress, or have activated it blog-by-blog in a multisite install, simply head to Settings –> General in the site’s wp-admin, and add the URL in the text field labeled “Logout Redirect”.

Logout Redirect Setting

Thats it, your all setup and ready to go! And now instead of seeing the standard WordPress login screen:

Login ScreenYou’ve redirected them to a much more useful page of your choosing such as your network homepage, your help and support site, or wherever you would like.

In our example, they’ve been redirected to Edublogs.

Edublogs Website

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