…ter_post' event to have happened so that it prepares any overriden custom email messages. If this hook is not trigged, the default WordPress message content will be used. This change prepares TML to use the custom message.
…the value '101' as the constant for email confirmation, but the Bouncer admin panel has this hard-coded as '100'. This sets an incorrect option value for the plugin for this setting. which prevents email confirmation working. It looks like this was introduced by an error in this commit: c4a7d2a#diff-799ca83b901d205d53cde9e8693b9b1aR197 This may be the cause of the following issues; https://wordpress.org/support/topic/new-user-emails-not-being-sentreceived https://wordpress.org/support/topic/email-confirmation-not-working-4
…h wp_insert_user and these fields
…GIN_URL constants and their usage over the codebase (remove unnecessary trailing slash)
…directory, add home_url() to debug info
…ol assets and remove reliance on external resources. Resolve #61
Certain providers require additional parameters for actions during authentication. For example Facebook will only show permissions once if they are declined. The require that you include the auth_type parameter with a value of rerequest to show them again. HybridAuth accounts for this by allowing parameters to be include in the second argument of authenticate. This addition allows other programmers to use the filter to add their own parameters. This should be done by adding the parameters to the existing array that is passed in. The $provider value can be used to serve the proper parameters as needed.
… in the list of "filter by email". Had to see if the user was existing or not before attempting to get the email from them.