[wp-hackers] Issues with broken wp-admin urls
christophe.segui at math.univ-toulouse.fr
Wed Jan 26 16:43:11 UTC 2011
i've just finish a brand new distributed setup and i ran into 2 few issues.
A word about the setup:
2 servers involved both running on debian stable. Wordpress version is
The first one handeling client request and, through apache's rewriting
and proxypass revers rules, ask another server and eventually get datas
to send back to client.
Urls invoked by client ar on that form http://www.blah.com/~user/blog to
be rewritten to http://user.blah.blah.com/
The first issue was with the settings side where url were not correctly
rewritten due to, as far as it seems, a bug code.
The url called after trying to submit changes in the settings panel is
not concatenated tu the base url site, ie:
http://www.blah.com/~user/blog/wp-admin/options-general.php leads to
http://www.blah.com/wp-admin/options-general.php?updated=true instead of
The second issue was on the dashboard part. Links, for example to
configure, widgets are broken on the same way described above.
Here is a patch which fix this issue, just by concatenating site_url()
in order to have a correct complete path just like everywhere else in
the code (as far as i saw).... Is this relevant ?
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