|Posted: Monday Oct 21st, 2013 at 1:46 pm #60499
When some users visit our site they receive a message that registration is disabled.
I was able to reproduce this error in Firefox by typing in OurDomain.com and then hitting CTRL+ENTER.
This page loads:
…and if I just load:
I get the same message.
On the WordPress Network Settings page:
…it indicates that Registration is disabled.
If I set it to “User accounts may be registered,” and save it, the page saves and Registration remains disabled.
On this page it says:
“If registration is disabled, please set NOBLOGREDIRECT in wp-config.php to a URL you will redirect visitors to if they visit a non-existent site.”
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We use s2Member to manage user registrations and on the s2Member® Multisite (Configuration) page:
“Your Main Site / Allow Open Registration? (via wp-login.php?action=register)”
…is set to “Yes (allow Open Registration; Free Subscribers at Level #0)”
So s2Member thinks open registration is allowed but WordPress Network Settings does not (and will not).
Is in fact a valid registration page (although in a horribly skinny login form width), and that:
…is not a valid registration page.
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It seems that if I will follow the above instructions “…set NOBLOGREDIRECT in wp-config.php to a URL you will redirect visitors to…” such that anyone will be redirected to the home page automatically, or if I create a redirect rule in our (WP Engine web hosting provider) user settings for:
…so that it will redirect to either the home page then this will mask the issue.
But I don’t want to mask the issue I want to solve the apparent conflict where this page appears for any reason when open registration is enabled in s2Member but cannot be changed in WordPress Network Settings.
What do I do?
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