Sub-blog on Network site redirects to wrong URL for user registration — at Initial Version
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When a user clicks on the register button of a sub-blog, it redirects the user to the signup form on the primary blog, which means they end up creating an account with it instead of the sub-blog.
When the user tries accessing the sub-blog login after activation, they are denied access because the registration took place with the parent blog instead. There's also no way to transfer users to another blog.
This issue sounds similar to the one in http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/16866 , but it's not a feature request, instead it's a bug.
My test case is:
network blog is installed in sub-directory, such as http://mydomain.com/blogs/.
A sub-blog is created at say http://mydomain.com/blogs/my-sample-blog/.
I register a new user account with the sub-blog, which takes me to http://mydomain.com/blogs/wp-signup.php instead of http://mydomain.com/blogs/my-sample-blog/wp-signup.php.
Running on Ubuntu 10.04, Apache 2, PHP 5.3, WordPress 3.2.1.