Support » Plugin: Change wp-admin login » No Slash between URL and redirect Page

  • Resolved vonpmoore

    (@vonpmoore)


    Hey. I need a small amount of help again.

    With the new version on my internally accessible site only it looks like the redirect isn’t working properly. Rather than redirecting to the wordpress.domain.com/different-admin It redirects to wordpress.domain.comdifferentadmin which of course won’t work.

    I checked my redirect rules in .htaccess and they are the defaults.

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  • Thread Starter vonpmoore

    (@vonpmoore)

    `# BEGIN WordPress
    <IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteBase /
    RewriteRule ^index\.php$ – [L]
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
    RewriteRule . /index.php [L]
    </IfModule>

    # END WordPress

    Options +FollowSymLinks

    Plugin Author Nuno Sarmento

    (@nunosarmento)

    Hi @vonpmoore

    Your apache configuration still has problems like the ones I mentioned to you on your other “support thread”.
    For example if you try to open this link on your website https://headless.vtoxford.org/2020/09/ it gives you 404 like any other links on your website.

    Best,
    Nuno

    Thread Starter vonpmoore

    (@vonpmoore)

    Mmmhm I was able to make it work on the Dev server following the help you gave me last time. Thank you.

    Matching the config to the Staging server lead to this unexpected behavior which to me looks like a proxy misconfiguration. The server referenced by you hasn’t had any of the changes applied to it yet so I wouldn’t expect that to work.

    I was hoping that you had run into this before and had a quick answer.

    I’ll keep looking into it.

    Thread Starter vonpmoore

    (@vonpmoore)

    Poked at it some more. It works with a slash at the end but not without.

    Example –

    “test.wordpress.com/new-admin/” works as intended

    “test.wordpress.com/new-admin” redirects to “test.wordpress.comnew-admin”

    Plugin Author Nuno Sarmento

    (@nunosarmento)

    @vonpmoore

    It works fine with and without slash. Tested in a fresh install. The plugin has more than 30.000 active installs and I never add an issue with the slash.

    Best,
    Nuno

    Thread Starter vonpmoore

    (@vonpmoore)

    Thanks. If I find the issue I will update the thread here in case someone else has the same issue. Otherwise marking resolved.

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