I have a site that requires a login to view. Rather than redirect visitors to the home page after login, I thought it would be nice to include a redirect to the current page after login.
It turns out that WordPress handles this quite easily using the following code:
echo 'Login to view this content.';
I first found the idea from Ashfame, but then I found a better version via WPRecipes.com, which you see above.
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