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I understand this isn't exactly what you're looking for but these hackers are most likely bots and redirecting them won't matter at all. I suppose you could modify the below code if you reallllly wanted to but this will redirect anybody looking for an author back to your homepage. RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^/$ RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} ...


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You should keep the form on new-customer.php and set the form action to POST to another script (something like new-customer-process.php) and then paste your PHP code into that script. Essentially the user won't know any different as they will be redirected back to the home page. To give you a little more information, the form is what is sending the headers ...


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*registration_redirect* is a filter hook, not an action hook, so your *redirect_after_success_registration* function never actually gets run. See this example of how to redirect using the filter: How to redirect a sucessful registration to a page template?


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One simple option would be to add a parameter to the query string of the portfolio item (i.e. yousite.com/portfolio-item/?backto=portfolio-3), then on the item page modify the 'back' link with JavaScript: if the backto parameter exists then change the link to point to the portfolio specified in it. Here's some untested starter code. On the portfolio page ...



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