I have two wordpress installs each on their own sub domain.
sub1.domain.com and sub2.domain.com
I want to share the login information between sub1 and sub2. I already have configured them to use the same MySQL database, and they use the same database table.
I am able to log in on both websites with the same credentials.
Sub2's wp-config.php file has the following code:
define('CUSTOM_USER_TABLE', 'wp_c_users'); define('CUSTOM_USERMETA_TABLE', 'wp_c_usermeta');
This all works great. My problem, is that the cookies are not being shared between the sites. Instead of sharing the cookies both sites just delete the others and create a new cookie.
I added the following code to both sub1 and sub2's wp-config.php:
define('COOKIEPATH','domain.com/'); // Replace with your initial domain name define('SITECOOKIEPATH','domain.com/'); // Replace with your initial domain name define( 'COOKIEHASH', md5( 'Y@^ET#UF!RG7#KQXP04^WF' ) ); define('COOKIE_DOMAIN', 'domain.com');
When a user logs in to sub1, the cookie is created just fine, then when I go to sub2.domain.com, I am not also logged in on this site.
When I then try to log in to sub2.domain.com, it deletes sub1's cookies and overwrites them.
How can I get these two wordpress installations to use the same cookie instead of overwriting eachothers??
Any help much appreciated!