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07/26/2018 09:03:39 PM (2 years ago)
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son9ne
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  • Ticket #44653, comment 4

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    1 Ok, after looking more into this issue. It seems this is due to a special setup I have. I am using a single install of WordPress to serve numerous sites. Each site has it's own wp-content and this is defined in their configs.
     1Ok, after looking more into this issue. It seems this is due to a special setup I have. I am using a single install of WordPress to serve numerous sites. Each site has it's own `wp-content` and this is defined in their configs.
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    3 The issue here is that I needed a global config due to how WordPress steps out a directory to locate the config file. This has a constant using `http://` and not obeying the constant. I am then assigning that custom constant to `WP_CONTENT_URL` and that seems to be the culprit.
     3The issue here is that I needed a global config due to how WordPress steps out a directory to locate the config file. This has a constant using `http://` which is not obeying the protocol. I am then assigning that custom constant to `WP_CONTENT_URL` and that seems to be the culprit.
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    55I have not tested this theory but I feel pretty confident that is the issue. I saw the issue on the docs so immediately assumed. I should have spent more time looking into this. Sorry to waste your time.