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[resolved] Bug when using two different accounts on multisite (3 posts)

  1. SomethingClever
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I'm running a multisite WordPress with different domains mapped to each site. I've installed Cloudinary on two different sites, with separate Cloudinary accounts linked to each site. So far, so good.

    When I upload files to Cloudinary on the second site, it uploads the images to the first Cloudinary account. The second Cloudinary account stays empty.

    On the first site, I can insert images that were uploaded via the second site, into posts. Similarly, I can insert images that were uploaded via the first site into posts on the second site.

    I have checked the CLOUDINARY_URL variables, and they're different for the two sites.

    I'm not sure if that made sense. :/


  2. SomethingClever
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I think I found out why it works that way.
    I was logged into my first Cloudinary account OUTSIDE of WordPress. ie, on cloudinary.com directly. Any images uploaded in the same browser session as a logged in account on cloudinary.com will upload images into that account, irrespective of the account linked to the site.

    Again, I hope I made sense.

  3. cloudinary
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thank you for reporting this issue.

    A browser session is indeed maintained while performing sign-in to Cloudinary through the WordPress plugin.

    We will look into it and update you when we have a solution.

    Currently, you should make sure not to work simultaneously on multiple WP sites from the same browser.


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