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TOPIC: My Account Login Query

My Account Login Query 11 months 4 weeks ago #9532

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Hello, I've noticed that the template login function is redirecting to an unusual string;
www.{sitename}/login?return=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cubGVjb25jZXB0cy5jb20vbXktYWNjb3VudA==

Can you tell me why you have done this as it's affecting the way that Hikashop checks to see if the user is logged in first before re-directing to the my account page (Hikashop user control panel).

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My Account Login Query 11 months 4 weeks ago #9540

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Hello,

We haven't been able to replicate it on our end. Is this after login or while clicking the login link (popup) itself?

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My Account Login Query 11 months 3 weeks ago #9567

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This is using Hikashop and with the Hikashop redirect joomla login plugin enabled. I asked the question on the Hikashop forum and they were the ones that told me about the redirect string and thought it might be coming from the template? It'snot a major problem, it just means I have to make sure that users see both the login and my account links.
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My Account Login Query 11 months 3 weeks ago #9570

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Huh, must be something on a specific module level or something similar.

Joomla uses the return value on forms that helps redirect a user post the form action and the return value is base64 encoded, which is was we are seeing here. Again, not sure what's wrong but nothing related to the template as far as I can tell.

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