|Posted: Wednesday May 2nd, 2012 at 1:59 pm #12388|
I recently installed the free version of S2 Member for evaluation purposes and I’m very impressed. However, I’m having an issue that is preventing me from moving forward. I realize this is not the official support forum but I’m hoping someone can help me out.
I’m running WordPress as a multisite network using the domain mapping plugin by Donncha. There are just 3 sites in subfolders, and they are all owned and operated by me. They are all independent, have completely different domain names and only one requires S2 Member. The other two don’t need user registration/login at all.
domainA.com – root
Ordinary domain mapping works fine and visitors can get to each of the sites on the proper domain. When I administer each site, I can login at the proper domain and I stay on the proper domain.
But here’s the problem:
On domain B with S2 Member activated, I would like to allow Free Members (level 0) and one level of Supporting Members (level 1). The S2 login form appears as it should, but the Register link that points to domainB.com/wp-login.php?action=register gets redirected to domainA.com/wp-signup.php (the root site) where the default WordPress registration page shows up. Also, the “lost your password?” link points directly to domainA.com/wp-login.php?action=lostpassword (the root site).
Now here are my questions:
1. Is this expected behavior, or does it sound like I have something screwed up?
2. Is there some way for S2 Member to take control of this process and keep people on the proper domain (domainB.com in this case)?
3. If they cannot be kept on the proper domain, what should I be doing on the root domain to make sure that visitors get registered for the proper site?
Thanks for any help anyone can provide!
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