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[resolved] 'Register for an account' button not redirecting correctly (11 posts)

  1. Iurie Malai
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    For testing purposes, I have installed WPMS in a subdirectory of another WPMS installation. Now I am testing the Join My Multisite plugin in this subdirectory install, and the 'Register for an account' button redirects me to the root WPMS, not to the correct one. This is the parent URL: upsic.errantnet.com; and this is the URL of child installation: upsic.errantnet.com/dev/. How to resolve this?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/join-my-multisite/

  2. Iurie Malai
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Some additional information.

    On the upsic.errantnet.com/dev/ I have a blog tester2, where actually I test the Join My Multisite plugin. So, the 'Register for an account' button redirects me to the upsic.errantnet.com/register/ not to the upsic.errantnet.com/dev/register/ registration page.

  3. Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)
    Lead Plugin Wrangler
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    You have "User registration is currently not allowed." so it's not going to work anyway. Actually it shouldn't even show up.

    Also are you running BuddyPress? I haven't tested with that.

  4. Iurie Malai
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Yes, on the upsic.errantnet.com the registration is not allowed, but I am testing your plugin on upsic.errantnet.com/dev (this is a separate installation of WPMS, for testing purposes), so the 'Register for an account' button must redirect me to upsic.errantnet.com/dev/register/ not to upsic.errantnet.com/register/.

    And yes, I am running BuddyPress.

  5. Iurie Malai
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    My last answer disappeared overnight, I do not know why :((.

    1. I have two sites/installations of WPMS: upsic.errantnet.com and upsic.errantnet.com/dev. The plugin I test on the upsic.errantnet.com/dev. The 'Register for an account' button redirects me to upsic.errantnet.com/register, not to upsic.errantnet.com/dev/register/.

    And yes, I am running BuddyPress.

    2. A second question: How can I do that instead of "Hi, new member." text after registration/login to appear the "Hi, usernamehere" text?

  6. Iurie Malai
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I dropped the WPMS installation inside another WPMS, but the question remains open.

  7. Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)
    Lead Plugin Wrangler
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    You have to be patient, friend. It's the weekend :)

    I'll have to build out two sites similar to what you have to see if I can recreate the error. Mind given what I see when I go to your tester URL (it sends me to http://upsic.org/wp-signup.php?new=upsic.errantnet.com ) I think something's busted in either your .htaccess or your vhost rules.

    I'm not sure what you're asking in Question #2.

    A second question: How can I do that instead of "Hi, new member." text after registration/login to appear the "Hi, usernamehere" text?

    You can edit all of the messages.

  8. Iurie Malai
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Ipstenu, thank you for your answer!

    I know it's the weekend :). I dropped my installation not because of your plugin. I really like it and I need it, and I am sure :) you will take in account my questions also, but I am not satisfied with this configuration (one WPMS inside another WPMS), so I am looking for an another. Actually I research now how "to convince" the cPanel to enable the wildcard subdomains :) for an subdomains WPMS install.

    You can edit all of the messages.

    Good joke :). I think, the "usernamehere" (or, currently, "new member") should be not a message introduced by me manually, but a variable extracted from the database, and do not know how to do this. I can not manually enter the names of the my future users.

    Cheers,
    Iurie

  9. Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)
    Lead Plugin Wrangler
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    (one WPMS inside another WPMS), so I am looking for an another.

    Oooh that's always going to be messy. I would recommend using a Multi Network plugin, personally.

    I think, the "usernamehere" (or, currently, "new member") should be not a message introduced by me manually, but a variable extracted from the database,

    AH! Alas, not as easy as I wanted it to be without making my own variables. It's a slippery slope I didn't care travel. Personally I leave it blank 99% of the time, since the name is on the toolbar.

  10. Iurie Malai
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Anyway, thank you! Also thanks for the plugin!

  11. Iurie Malai
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    This topic is resolved.

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