Known Problems

  • If there is more than one felogin plugin on a page the password recovery option can cause problems. This is a general problem with plugins, but in this case the cause is a small hash in the forgot password form which is stored in the frontend user session data. With multiple instances on a page only one of the hashes is stored and only one of the forgot password forms will work. Make sure there is only one felogin plugin on the page where the password recovery form is displayed.
  • If usergroup access rights of the plugin are defined to Hide at login, all felogin code (e.g. redirects, PSR-14 events) will not be executed after a user successfully logged in.