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    Unhappy miva storefront login redirect

    firepages (and all others of course, but there do not seem to eb too many peopel who kow what that is), i have another question and HOPE you might know.
    our miva store has a front page which is a login page. once the user logs in, they get redirected to the storefront page. i am trying very hard to figure out how to redirect the users to a different url instead, but am not being successful.
    do you have any idea how this could be done?
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    Hi, well I was sort of guessing on the last post and got lucky

    but as I said there it appears that MIVA can not set HTTP headers itself and I assume therefore relies on <META refresh ... so its probably just a case of looking though the login script for where the redirect occurs and changing the refresh tag there...

    do you have access to the login code ? if you do it should be possible to either find the redirection tag OR set a POST variable that gets sent to the storefront page and alter that page to redirect if the POST var we just set exists...

    but again I am guessing - so if you have the code please post it .
    resistance is...

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