Redirect after Registration

7 years 7 months ago #1 by popseven
Dear Support,

i used the redirection plugin with a recaptcha and if till the vm registration form the recaptcha is empty the registration form changed and shows the process that is needed if a user registrate offer the cart and give me the buttons (Register and Checkout/Checkout as Guest). The small Recaptcha also appears on the top of the form too.
So if then the customer use the "Register and Checkout" he arrived to an empty cart/checkout page.
Is this an error or little bug on my system or is it a bug with your plugin in connection with the recaptcha?

And are there any helps to avoid this litte bug.

Thanks for Reply

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