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  • Resolved Alex Phelps

    (@alexphelps3)



    I’m having trouble understanding what is possible for the the User Registration process.
    -Relevant Network Setup Details:
    —Size: 500+ Individual Sites
    —Current WP 3.3.2 Multisite. (started on 2.7, upgrade to 3.1, upgrade to 3.3.2)
    —User Registration is disabled network wide and always has been.
    —Domain Mapping Plugin used to map network subdomains to regular domain

    Currently the New User Registration process Redirects them to the WP Network Primary network domain instead of keeping you on http://www.domain.com to enter your details. The individual sites are for separate business, so redirecting back to our network domain doesnt really make much sense or flow very well.

    Is it possible to configure /wp-signup.php to be network wide on each local site and not redirect back to the primary network domain?

    *I’ve got Spam on my mind as well, need to plan for that too.

    I’ve seen and tested quite a few plugins but havent really found any I liked. Has anyone ever done this? Is it possible? Or does this go against the anatomy of the WP User Registration process all together? (I want to keep future versions of WP in mind as well)

    Thanks
    Alex

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  • Moderator Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)

    (@ipstenu)

    🏳️‍🌈 Halfelf Rogue & Plugin Review Team Rep

    Is it possible to configure /wp-signup.php to be network wide on each local site and not redirect back to the primary network domain?

    Kind of.

    To quote my ebook:
    While not the best solution, you could take the code in wp-signup.php and convert it to a page template in your theme. Then instead of sending users to wpsignup.php, you redirect them (via .htaccess) to your custom pages. This would require you to ensure all your users have this custom page, or you can redirect them all to the main site.

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