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Ok, that helps.
Am getting a Verification Status message on the OAuth consent screen:
Because you updated the application logo, your app registration requires verification by Google. Please prepare your app to submit for verification.
And when I click on the “prepare your app” part I get this:
URL not found
We couldn’t find what you were looking for. Try one of the links below.
Google Developers Console Home
Google Cloud Platform
Anyway, at this point I may just hold off on this until moving the site from the staging server to production anyway to avoid having to reconfigure any of the specific URLs to point to the right pages.
As usual, I think Google has changed some naming and shifted things around a bit.
Tried going through the instructions on the other link, but not quite seeing all the same things, and even where I’ve worked my way through assuming some things are just named a little differently, still running into some challenges.
Could someone check and update those?
Actually, I used the UsersWP Endpoints selection to add them.
I removed them and then added them back in and it seems okay now….bizarre!
Okay, understand now….
It would be helpful to add a note to the Reset Password Page tooltip that explains this, especially as there is a “View Page” button which also just redirects to the Account page.
As these pages probably don’t get touched often, it is easy to forget.
Any idea on why the Account and Change Password menu links show up when logged out or should I initiate another thread?
Not sure if this is related or a different issue, but Account Update and Change Password menu items now appear in the logged out state, which I believe they should only appear when a user is logged in.
Likewise the Forgot Password page also redirects to the Account page.
Nevermind, realized I was attempting to view that page from a logged in state!
The Reset Password issue though still exists.
Okay, I think it had an issue with the authentication. Once I removed it, the avatar showed up. Interestingly, it also shows up now after I reinstated the authentication.
Sorry, that was because I forgot to toggle back off the Developer override that pulls in the default Gravatar based on WP settings.
Excellent, thanks Guust.
I’m guessing I saw that and misread it as doing the opposite.
Let me ask you this then…
For these fields, if nothing is selected in “Show in what locations?” will they show up publicly anywhere or will that keep them hidden?
Just checking on any follow up on this?