0

I'm having issues with a WordPress Multisite subsite where I can't log in - I get this error:

ERROR: cookies are blocked or not supported by your browser. You must enable cookies to use WordPress.

I have researched a lot and tried various fixes to no avail. However I saw this post that said it was resolved by removing sunrise.php which was an older way of domain mapping before it was added to core.

When I remove sunrise.php I can't access sites by entering anything other than the full URL. if I enter domain.com instead of https://www.domain.com it redirects to my main site with a message saying "registration is disabled".

I know these two things may be separate questions, but I'm feeling they are linked, in that I appear to be having issues related to domain mapping.

If anyone has experienced either of these issues, or both(!), any tips would be appreciated.

0

I followed the instructions in the post I mentioned and that resolved the cookies error on logging in - but as I mentioned the sites would now not resolve using non-www. Subsites redirected to a registration page. This turned out to be an issue with htaccess file, but on adding the required rules the subsites still redirected to main site for non-www.

It turned out, based on previous (incorrect?) advice I had the www in Site Address (URL) Sites -> Edit Site -> Info.

I removed www from this setting. Now the sites were available wether you typed in www or not - but it always resolved to the non-www url.

Then I went into Sites -> Edit Site -> Settings and changed the Siteurl and Home address to be with www.

I had previously read that all three settings should be the same, but this is the only method that worked for me if I wanted www url to be the primary url and for both www and non-www to be available.

I would love to hear what people's thoughts on this are - or what methods you are using to domain map on multisite with www as primary.

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.