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  1. Jim
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    Hi Justin,
    Just a comment… I used your members plugin for about a year (2016-2017). Last summer I trashed the site due to time constraints. Last month I re-invented the site, heading first to your Members plugin because it worked so seamlessly and was very simple to understand. (I am a newbie). Since activating the plugin I have had nothing but problems… several phone conversations with my hosting provider and much heartache, hours of trying to get the site to allow consistent user logins.

    Finally, I achieved success by upgrading the php version. (Your plugin DID tell me I needed to upgrade the version). The problem is, no matter what version I would use, the plugin would work for a day or so, then back to same problem… no users could log in on any browsers. A redirect was always implemented sending them back to the sign in screen.

    My final resolution was to use a different plugin. I just wanted to let you know how much I liked the Members plugin. It was very simple, and suited my needs perfectly. I didn’t need anything fancy, just functional.

    FYI… any php handler in my htaccess file php-56 and above creates this problem. Using Gambit theme (child). WP says not tested with my current theme. I hope this helps, and will check back often to see if any bugs have been found, or if your plugin has been tested compatible.

    • Justin Tadlock
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      Members doesn’t handle any of the stuff related to logging in or anything like that. That’s all handled by WordPress itself.

      Nevertheless, I’d be happy to help look at your specific situation via the support forums or our Slack channel.

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