AUTH Code Warning Never Goes Away
I recently installed WP 3.0 Multisite on a BlueHost account without problems.
I then transferred this database and WP files to an identical HostMonster account (using a different domain/database names).
I successfully changed over the domain/database names in the database and the wp-config.php file and everything seems to be working.
However, the Admin pages all show an AUTH code warning at the top in the yellow box WP displays for warnings:
Warning! WordPress encrypts user cookies, but you must add the following lines to wp-config.php for it to be more secure. Before the line /* That's all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */ please add this code: define( 'AUTH_KEY', 'kv1wK0g71x-*+?P!O_lTd]L- r}4d=_q@B;>RVy*y4|fooTHR=:q~pG~b8lty0pa' ); ... and so on
I keep adding the suggested code to the wp-config.php file and uploading to no avail.
Funny thing is I’m not having this problem on the original BlueHost version.
The site’s here in case that helps: http://mendelsonimages.com
One odd thing about instructions in the Multisite additions to the wp-config.php file is that there’s an AUTH section mid way in the default wp-config file. Multisite additions asks for a second AUTH code section.
Am I supposed to have two identical AUTH code sections in a working Multisite wp-config file? This seems to work fine on my BlueHost install but neither using two or removing one of the AUTH sections works for the HostMonster version.
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