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[resolved] Rename wp-login.php on Multisite Test (6 posts)

  1. sffandom
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    This plugin works fine on single installations. I installed it on a multisite installation and it worked okay with the root domain but none of the subdomains could find their renamed login pages. The old login page URLs didn't work either.

    I have quite a few multisite installations so if you want to contact me directly to work on resolving the issue, I'll be glad to help.

    Use webmaster -at- sf-fandom -dot- com to contact me by email.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/rename-wp-login/

  2. sffandom
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    Aha! I remembered that some plugins are not "network-compatible" (at least when you use subdomains) so I typically do NOT use network activation for them. Instead, I activate each plugin through the individual site dashboard.

    In this case, I was able to get the plugin to work on a test subdomain. I will activate it on other subdomains and see if I have any problems. If not, you really don't need to change anything except your documentation if you don't have time to play with the code.

  3. Janneke Van Dorpe
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 8 months ago #

    I don't have much time at the moment, but I'd like it to be compatible with the multi site feature. So currently it works if you install it on each site individually? Do you have the possibility to turn on plugins for all sites at once, and it that what's not working? Sorry, I have no experience with multi site at all. I'd appreciate your help! :)

  4. Janneke Van Dorpe
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 8 months ago #

    I'd really like to make the plugin network compatible, with also the option to set a network wide default (instead of the default "login"). Would you be up for testing it?

  5. sffandom
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    I would be happy to test it for you. I can be a little slow at responding some times but it's a useful plugin and I have some sites where it would be nice if I could deploy it as a network function.

    The only other issue I am seeing is that my older blogs, where people were required to register as users in order to comment, now block user logins. Unless I share the admin login page with those people (and the number is substantial) they cannot login to their dashboards to enable/disable a couple of notifications they have set up.

    If the plugin could be modified to create a separate user plugin page, that would help protect admin security and still give legacy users some control over their own accounts.

  6. Janneke Van Dorpe
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 6 months ago #

    Version 2.0 now supports multisite and you can set a network wide default!
    Normally urls to login in should be changed as well, so those users should be able to log in. Of course you could create a separate page to let them change their settings, but that's outside the scope of this plugin…

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