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P2 - not showing post box, or acknowledging logged-in users (5 posts)

  1. Wade Kwon
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I did a new WP install on my server today for a second site. My server is wadekwon.com, and I added a new folder for this site at wadekwon.com/html/sundayread.

    I also added the P2 theme.

    But if you go to http://sundayread.org, you'll see:

    1. It redirects correctly to wadekwon.com/sundayread.
    2. The first post shows up.
    3. I have it set to require that you be a logged-in WP user. (Even when I turned it off, the post box didn't show up on the front page.)
    4. However, it does not show the posting box, even after logging in.

    You can try creating your own account, or using this temporary account (user: testcase / password: testcase).

    I turned off all plugins, but no change.

    Any ideas? My only guess is that in changing the CSS or PHP files, I crippled the comment/posting feature. Who knows?

    Your feedback is appreciated.

    Wade

  2. jmunn
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I would imagine the problem is what directory your new site is in and how it is configured. I doubt you messed anything up with the php or css.

    I would think that upon logging in it should redirect me to sundayread.org/wp-admin and not /sundayread/wp-admin.

  3. Wade Kwon
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    jmunn,

    I can access the controls at:
    http://wadekwon.com/sundayread/wp-admin/

    But not at
    http://sundayread.org/wp-admin/

    Going there redirects me to a login screen, even though I'm already logged in.

    It's quite possible it's a directory problem. I tried to do what it said here:

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Giving_WordPress_Its_Own_Directory

    But when I changed the index.php file, it made things worse.

    Suggestions?

  4. jmunn
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Sorry wadekwon, I think this is a fairly simple setup but I haven't worked with multiple installs like this. I would assume if you configured it as http://wadekwon.com/sundayread it would work fine as that is how many people seem to install it for domain.com/blog. But maybe you should try this setup in options > general like this site says to

  5. Wade Kwon
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Thanks anyway. Still need suggestions on multiple installs on one server.

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