get_blog_details query alteration for root-relative url plugin support...
|Reported by:||MarcusPope||Owned by:|
After reading through this ticket http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/17048 and all of its referenced links / discussions I decided to write my own plugin to do root-relative urls.
However there is a core issue that prevents such a plugin from working when using path-based MU installs (versus subdomain installations where as it stands cannot support root relative urls... yet.)
Looks like the logic for path-based site detection was copied wholesale from the subdomain-based detection logic in the if-block just below it.
I don't see a need to query both the path and the domain if the domain isn't going to change for a MU path-based install. This fix proposes checking explicitly for is_subdomain_install == false and then only querying the database on the path column.
If this patch doesn't account for some scenario in which path-based installs could actually have multiple domain addresses in the database then please add a filter to the $fields variable so that a plugin can handle the variance there.
I'm not here to start a root-relative vs absolute uri debate (I'm saving that for another day ;) But basically the recommendation from the WP Core team is to do this in a plugin, yet we can't until this is fixed.
(ps - if you'd like to have the absolute uri / relative root debate I'm totally game! just email me :D)
Change History (7)
comment:5 follow-up: ↓ 6 @jeremyfelt — 20 months ago
- Keywords reporter-feedback added; has-patch removed
- Milestone changed from Awaiting Review to 3.7