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How to add a new condition (if) to the back button?

I use WordPress. I try to add a new condition (if) to the back button in a plugin file. The back button codes are in the render.php file. this file codes here: I think need to change these lines: $back_url = ''; if (!$modal) { if (isset($_REQUEST['back'])) { $back_url = "//" . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']; } else { $back_url = "//" . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] . $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']; $back_url = remove_query_arg(array('login', 'type'), $back_url); } $back_title = __('Go Back'); } So I changed these lines to the code I wrote below (but it doesn't work): if (!$modal) { if (isset($_REQUEST['back'])) { // Check if the user came from the checkout page $referer = wp_get_referer(); $is_from_checkout = strpos($referer, '/checkout/') !== false; if ($is_from_checkout) { $back_url = ""; } else { $back_url = "//" . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']; } $back_title = __('Go Back'); } else { $back_url = "//" . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] . $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']; $back_url = remove_query_arg(array('login', 'type'), $back_url); $back_title = __('Go Back'); } } Can you check these codes and make the necessary changes, please? maybe this helps you with the answer This URL is for when the user comes from the checkout page to the login page I want it when it is ready from here. The back button should redirect the user not to the same page but to the card page, otherwise, the same previous conditions as in the code will be executed. It means to be returned to the same page from which it came. Also maybe this help you with the answer. I use this function to redirect users from the checkout page to the login page. //If in basket click on proceed to checkout and if the user is not logged in, redirect him to the login page before checkout, and after login automatically redirect to checkout for next shopping and not back to the basket add_action('template_redirect', 'check_if_logged_in'); function check_if_logged_in() { if ( ! is_user_logged_in() && is_checkout() ) { $url = site_url('/checkout/?login=true&page=1&redirect_to='); wp_redirect( $url ); exit; } } That's why the back button doesn't work there. And for this reason, I want there to be a condition, that if it comes from the checkout page to the login page, the URL will return, not to the same page, but to the cart page. else, return to the same page.
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