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09/13/2019 01:31:13 PM (11 months ago)
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  • Ticket #47980, comment 12

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    11I am seeing the same issue on a Ubuntu server (18.04.3 LTS).  The WordPress install is version 5.2.3 on a multi-site setup.
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    3 I have tried removing the section at https://github.com/WordPress/WordPress/commit/c86ee39ff4c1a79b93c967eb88522f5c09614a28 and this makes no difference.  Clearly adding a backslash to the ltrim() statement also has no effect.
     3I have tried removing the section at https://github.com/WordPress/WordPress/commit/c86ee39ff4c1a79b93c967eb88522f5c09614a28 and this makes no difference.  Clearly adding a backslash to the {{{ltrim()}}} statement also has no effect.
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    5 In any case, does ltrim() really take three parameters?  According to the php manual:
     5In any case, does {{{ltrim()}}} really take three parameters?  According to the php manual:
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    77{{{#!php
     
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    1313Any suggestions as to how to get round this issue?  Currently none of my users can log in.
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     15Edit: Having checked further, it seems that {{{wp_validate_redirect()}}} is not actually being called.  Also this may be a different issue as the user is (sometimes) getting:
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     17  **ERROR**: Cookies are blocked or not supported by your browser. You must enable cookies to use WordPress.
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