when Multi-domains is activated, the signup form is messed up

Hi,

when Multi-domains is activated, the signup form is messed up.

Without the plugin, you can see in the picture a normal sign up page, where the domain is displayed after the SIte Name: and before the insert field.

With the plugin activated, you can see in the second picture, the domain has dissapeared after the Site Name: and only a backslash is displayed. The selection item of the domain is siplayed at the bottom of the page.

Can you please fix it?

  • Timothy
    • Chief Pigeon

    Hey there.

    I was just testing this in my sandbox install and I'm not getting an issue.

    Can you please test in the default Twenty Eleven theme and see what happens.

    Failing that, I notice you have some other stuff going on in your forms there. Please try deactivating all plugins and then testing. If it works then re-enable each plugin one at a time until the issue happens again, this should tell us where the issue is.

    Please let us know how you get on.

    Take care.

  • HARALAMBOS
    • Site Builder, Child of Zeus

    Hi again,

    WP 3.3.1, Multi-domains 1.1.6

    I have tried with twenty eleven and I have also deactivated the WPMU plugins that I am using (Set blog description, blog templates, set password, signup code).

    The result is still the same. On top you just get a backslash and at the bottom the domain selection. I am using subdomains in my network. The domain selection should be at the top, like it is in a single domain, otherwise It is very confusing

    .

  • marikamitsos
    • The Crimson Coder

    I am using subdomains in my network.

    This could very well be your problem. :disappointed:

    Please check the plugin’s installation instructions. Especially the part about wildcards and dedicated ip. Are you on shared hosting?

    BTW. Can you (in spite of the “presentation” issue) actually assign a different TLD other than your main one?

    marikamitsos

  • marikamitsos
    • The Crimson Coder

    Are you sure you have your network configured for sub-domains and NOT sub-directories?

    If you have sub-domains configuration your links should look like: site1.example.com and site2.example.com

    On the other hand sub-directories are: example.com/site1 and example.com/site2

    Just trying to pin down the issue.

    marikamitsos

  • marikamitsos
    • The Crimson Coder

    @Haralambos

    Are you planning to support subdirectories?

    I don’t think this would be possible since it does NOT have to do with the way the plugin works but but how networks and servers function.

    Anyway. Timothy provided you with a solid answer. :slight_smile:

    @ Timothy

    The plugin is currently for sub domains only.

    I find that many people tend to miss that point.

    I think it would be nice to have a note about that on the plugin’s instructions page.

    If you feel the same could you please properly update them?

    PS: Furthermore, I felt reluctant on mentioning that because on the changelog for version 1.1.5 it says:

    Released Date: 2011-10-13

    Changelog:

    Fix for new site creation on sub-blogs.

    I personally never used it on subfolders, so I couldn’t advice any further.

    Thanks for taking care of it. :slight_smile:

  • Timothy
    • Chief Pigeon

    I think it would be nice to have a note about that on the plugin’s instructions page.

    If you feel the same could you please properly update them?

    Already there. :wink:

    PS: Furthermore, I felt reluctant on mentioning that because on the changelog for version 1.1.5 it says:

    Released Date: 2011-10-13

    Changelog:

    Fix for new site creation on sub-blogs.

    I personally never used it on subfolders, so I couldn’t advice any further.

    Ya, sub blogs, not sub directories.

    Thanks.

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