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I'm developing a site for a client in a private directory on my web host that is running wordpress. In the clients site, I have a members section that requires a login. I'm having trouble with the logout url which when called will go to the wordpress logout screen when called. This is what I have for code:

<div class="login-message">Hello <?php echo $page->title; ?>. Welcome back. <a class="logout" href="?logout=1">Logout?</a></div>

I know that it will be fine in a live site but I need to show this functioning as intended for the client. Does anyone have any experience or suggestions on how to resolve this?

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Why dont you call a pw page with this get variable?

Sth. like <?= $pages->get(1)->url ?>?logout=1

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In which System do you want to perform the logout?

Pw or Wp?

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Processwire

I also have this right after my call to logout:

<?php
if($input->get->logout == 1) {
	$session->logout();
	$session->redirect("/login/");
}
?>

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Do you perform the redirect before any html markup?

Make sure that the logout handler is called before <html>

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strange,

for understanding, your use case:

User is in a PW environment and clicks on a link which sets a get variable to logout=1. 

After logging the user out you want to perform an redirect to the login page. 

So, you set up the following: 

template file with the logout button.

<? if($input->logout) logout and redirect ?>

<html><head>etc.. 

<a href="?logout=1">

Did I understood right?

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There aren't any known issues installing PW inside WP, right?

I don't think that many have done this, so we can't say for sure what the issues might be. One that I am aware of is a name conflict between WordPress's gettext() functions and our language functions. Though not sure if it still matters if you aren't using multi-language. 

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