Modify “Must be logged in to comment” text/links?

My site requires users to login to comment. Unregistered and logged out users see “Must be logged in to comment. You may also register for an account.”

How do I change this text and the links?

Saw this old post, but that doesn’t work: How to change “You must be logged in to post a comment.”

Ultimately, I’d like to make these bring up popup forms, so users aren’t diverted away from the page.

Or is there a better solution to make this happen, like somehow hiding the text altogether and showing a login form (in a block) for unregistered/logged out users only?


Infinite redirects at front end if logged in user is not an Admin (Toolset Access)

I bought the toolset access plugin to handle specific user roles for languages. Once I log in as a user – which is not an admin – can be any like editor, contributor etc. The front end will not be loaded – it will lead to an infinite reload, until it crashes.

I tried to talk to toolset, but so far their answers take a long time and did not help yet.

Any idea where I can start debugging this?

I only can load the page again, if I manually delete the wordpress login cookies.
For non-logged-in users everything works fine.

Thanks for any type of help

plugins – WordPress selectively doesn’t keep user logged in

I have a site, where some users try and login (site uses Memberium and InfusedWoo (Infusionsoft)), but any link, eg Nav menu -> Contact Us, logs that user out. Evidence was the login button appeared in Nav Menu (logged out view)

For instance, I have an elementor page, that uses Memberium shortcode to login restrict content. A user would try and login, but the refresh would just keep asking them to login again.

This issue occurs only for some users, that have no clear pattern between users besides obvious ones like being an email subscriber. The same issue occurs on Firefox and Chrome.

But, the issue gets resolved when someone deletes their cookies or uses private browsing.

Clearing all caches doesn’t help either, there’s still some users with this issue.

To top things off, I can’t replicate the issue, even when switching to those users, or even creating a new account.

Has anyone experienced a similar issue and have any clue how to resolve this?

WordPress: 5.8
Memberium: 2.185
InfusedWoo: 3.16.9

Should biometric authentication grant authorization to the previously logged in user in an Android app?

I want my users to be able to use biometrics for easier access, but I’m not sure if it’s a standard practice (having in mind the security of it). I’m thinking of a situation where user A logged in on user’s B device and later user B would use biometrics on xir own device to gain access to user A’s, previously logged in, account.

I have no idea if it’s common practice to ignore that situation or not.

Regarding Customer Automatically logged out after payment

I am facing one issue can you please help
I do added custom payment gateway its working fine but after payment done customer automatically gets logged out from application.
What can be the issue.I also tried disabling Full page Cache but still facing same issue. I am using Magento 2.3.7 version.

filters – How to restrict the access of non published post url for logged in users?

I am trying to restrict the logged-in users to access their drafted post preview URL.

For example, If a user is having a post named “my-post” with post_status and post_id are draft and 10, then URL structure looks like

Is there any hook/filter that will restrict the access to post preview?


Outlook on android: It logs me out once a day. How stay logged in forever?

I set up a new phone, everything worked great.

Now Outlook logged me out.

How do I log in to Outlook once on this phone, forever? (E.g for the life of the phone, e.g. for years)

If I do not have control over this, I’ll drop outlook. (E.g. if the sysadmins force this or something, that is the end of outlook for me on android. My passwords are machine generated, and take forever to type.)

Can an employer see what I’m doing on my iPhone whilst logged onto wifi

The answer depends on the environment and how your employer manages both BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and the wireless network. From a theoretical perspective, the answer is yes, potentially they can, especially if they have some form of mobile device management infrastructure in place. The extent to which they can read what you are doing really depends on the amount of effort they want to put in. For example, they could setup a type of man-in-the-middle system by requiring you as part of the agreement to use the wifi, accept a certificate. Even if they cannot read the actual data in your packets, they can track what you are doing i.e. where you connect to, send packets of data to etc and this can tell them a lot about what you are doing.

However, the reality is that this is rarer than many think. It is one things to collect data and completely another to have the resources to actually analyse it and do something with it. Multiply that effort by the number of employees and you soon end up with a lot of data needing a lot of resources. In most cases, there will not be active monitoring, but rather a passive monitoring – data will be collected and then only looked at when some other event occurs, such as being investigated for misconduct. However, in general, very few employers are going to be at all interested in your text messages, tweets or whatsapp posts.

It probably is the meta data which will more often be the biggest issue rather than the actual content of what you send. Getting the content and being able to process it into something meaningful is too resource intensive for most employers. Having a summary which shows that while at work, during an average day, you visit facebook 1000 times, read your gmail mail 50 times, sent 400 text messages etc is a much easier metric to collect and usually sufficient for most employers to ask for you to exlain why you have so much time to do all of this, especially if there are questions about your work performance.