wp-login.php - Logo URL should be relative (affects MultiSite)
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|Component:||Login and Registration||Keywords:||has-patch ux-feedback|
If you go to your domain.com/wp-login.php page it has a WP logo that links back to domain.com
If you're using multisite and go to subsite.domain.com/wp-login.php, it links back to domain.com
If you're using multisite and you MAP a domain and go to mappeddomain.com/wp-login.php, it links back to domain.com
I can see why this would have been done. It points to network_home_url() which is perfectly sensible for MOST situations. But maybe we should just honor the site on which people are trying to login, so that it's all relative. Given the link on the bottom (back to...) goes to the relative site, this is a logical change. I would say to keep the EMAILS for password resets as is, since the network is in charge of it all, but the front end interface should be consistant.
I did a quick test and this works fine on Single and Multi (as expected). So ... here's my first diff!
Change History (17)
comment:14 @nacin — 22 months ago
- Keywords dev-feedback removed
- Milestone changed from 3.6 to Future Release