After new registration the first visit on any existing blog will partly load content from the newly registered blog. The second visit on that same existing blog doesn’t see this strange behavior. Or after a refresh the blog will reload everything properly.
We have about 20 registrations a day, with 5000 blogs means that this glitch occurs about 10.000 times a day. Also this kind of behavior brings big trust issues to our users, although as far as I can see there is no security risk.
With partial load I mean that following information will be loaded into the existing blogs:
Loaded from existing blog
- All CSS and scripts will link to the correct URL
Loaded from newly registered blog
- All content; menu, posts, images, widgets
- All links will go to the new blog (dashboard, posts links, etc.)
To make it a bit more clear I've uploaded a screen recording showing the issue. You can watch the recording here: http://1drv.ms/1zDUQdx
Since when did this issue occur.
We upgraded the site and all plugins to Wordpress 4.0 (about two weeks ago). During the upgrade we also introduced Multi-domain (with domain mapping).
Everything looked fine till new people start registering. We are unable to do a rollback because of all the new content already written.
What we’ve done so far
- Spend a lot of time to get create a use-case to reproduce this issue.
- Disabling all plugins
- Checked the error.log nothing there
That’s a very good question. I have no idea. The one sollution we see now is disabling registration. But this will kill the site if it takes to long to fix.
Please shoot your ideas, I’ll give you all my rep points if you can help me :slight_smile:. Any help is appreciated!