I have been trying to achieve that and I did without the 1 login part
I fallowed this post/tutorial , but no matter what I do I can not get it to login ones for both websites.
My set up is
sitename.com/wordpress2/(in this one I have
The shared user table work - I can register from wordpress1 site and login with the same username on wordpress2 without any problems, but I need to login for every site separately.
I can see that after I login in the two websites they create 2 different cookies for each:
name: wordpress_38f490d1cc4aa19b4d792ab9d875aaeb name: wordpress_logged_in_38f490d1cc4aa19b4d792ab9d875aaeb name: wordpress_8c8848dc05bf5a0a44af5ccc0204cd82 name: wordpress_logged_in_8c8848dc05bf5a0a44af5ccc0204cd82 host: sitename.com //for all of the above.
My understanding is that the two should create only one and use it across.
What do you thing the problem could be? Am I missing something in the settings? Could the problem be in my HOST provider? What about the
Any ideas what I am doing wrong?
EDIT: From here I read this:
If you plan on creating sites that are strongly interconnected, that share data, or share users, then a multisite network might not be the best solution.
So I chose to use multiple installations instead...