caddyj (@caddyj)

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  • There’s a bit missing from the end of that code… should read:


    The end of the line anyway…

    I managed to fix this in the end… italways’ post got me thinking, as he mentioned problems on sub-domains. Despite my BB press directory not being in a sub-domain, looking at the MU forum, a lot of people seemed to be having problems with the 1.5.1 install switching sub-domains with sub-directories. Looking at the forums here again, there was a topic about integrating BB Press with MU on a sub-domain which included adding the following code to bb-config:


    This is the relative path from the server root. Adding this seemed to fix the cookie problem and BB Press is now successfully sharing cookies with MU 1.5.1 for me. This is the only change from the standard integration settings. I was trying all sorts before trying that, with absolutely no joy. Quite why this worked, I don’t know… hope it works for you too.

    That’s interesting… glad you got it sorted. I’m still having problems despite being in a sub-folder… I’ve tried countless variations in my config files, but I’m still in cookie hell.

    WPMU 1.5.1 install is (

    BB Press 0.9.2 is (

    This is what you meant by sub-folder isn’t it?

    I’ve just left it for the time being in the hopes that someone will post that they had the same problem but that they’ve solved it. Lazy, I know, but I ended up dreaming of config files the other night. I’m actually feeling pretty numb about the whole thing now… I’ve managed to integrate before with previous versions of MU and BB, but I just can’t fathom this one. Your post (and the absence of others with problems) leads me to believe that this is a problem of my own making.

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