My WP installation rewrites all URLs to omit the “www”. However, when using MemberAccess, entering any URL containing a “www” always redirects me to the dashboard (rather than the page I was trying to access) after a successful login. Help!
In my WP backend, my WP address and my site address are both set to
http://mysite.com/blog(without the www)
Consequently when I enter http://www.mysite.com/blog into my browser, I am redirected to http://mysite.com/blog. The same applies to a random page on my site, e.g. http://www.mysite.com/blog/about redirects to http://mysite.com/blog/about.
Without the MemberAccess plugin activated, everything works as you would expect. No problems.
However, when I activate the plugin, set both pages and posts to be protected, with non-members being redirected to the WP login screen, I get a problem.
Yet, if I enter http://www.mysite.com/blog/ or http://www.mysite.com/blog/about, I am also asked to login, but am then redirected to http://mysite.com/blog/wp_admin, i.e. I am not redirected to the page I wanted to see, rather always end up at the dashboard page.
Could anyone give me any tips on how to sort this out?
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