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[Resolved] Encoding error for switch_to_olduser nonce

  • Boris

    @travel-junkie

    First of all, awesome plugin! Couldn’t imagine developing without it anymore.

    Just ran into a little issue locally with User Switching 0.7.1 and the latest WP 3.6 dev version. Basically, every time I wanted to switch back to the old user I’d get a nonce error (never happened with older WP versions).

    A bit of digging turned up that the ampersand connecting the _wpnonce arg to the rest of the url gets encoded by passing it through add_query_arg again when the redirect_to arg is added, so you end up with the html entity of the ampersand.

    I then modified the switch_back_url method so that the redirect arg gets passed as a parameter, like so:

    function switch_back_url( $redirect = false ) {
    	$query_args = array(
    		'action' => 'switch_to_olduser'
    	);
    
    	if( $redirect )
    		$query_args['redirect_to'] = urlencode( $redirect );
    
    	return wp_nonce_url( add_query_arg( $query_args, wp_login_url() ), 'switch_to_olduser' );
    }

    This fixed things for me. I imagine that the switch_off_url method causes the same issue, but can’t test it, cause I’m using a custom admin theme with a modified admin bar.

    Be great if you could look into the problem and maybe get a fix out. Cheers!

    ~Boris

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/user-switching/

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