I have an MU site. Currently clicking on the “sign up” link at the top of the page on a subdomain (jaxworx.litsam.com) causes it to redirect to the main site’s registration page (litsam.com/register)
At that point filling in and submitting the information redirects back to the same sign-up page and no account is created for either the subdomain or the main domain. This happens if you access the registration page from the main domain too.
Ideally I’d like a user to sign up for a general Litsam account from any subdomain and get a permanent permission to that particular subdomain blog. Once signed up I’d like a user to be able to add subdomain blogs to their permissions. (i.e. they could be registered for jaxworx.litsam.com and also foo.litsam.com but not bar.litsam.com, but they’d only need to create an account once. After that they’d just add to their permissions.)
I understand I probably need to create a new table to store this information, but think I need to understand how log-ins are supposed to work much better first.
Thank you for any light you can shed.
- The topic ‘Understanding logins’ is closed to new replies.