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Multi-site getCpEditUrl not scoping for site #3089

davist11 opened this issue Jul 12, 2018 · 3 comments


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commented Jul 12, 2018


On a multi-site install, if you are using getCpEditUrl on the front-end to link to the edit entry screen, the site handle is not added to the url. Presumably, it's because of this line

$this->siteId != Craft::$app->getSites()->getCurrentSite()->id

Steps to reproduce

  1. Create multiple sites
  2. Create a single and enable it for multiple sites
  3. Output getCpEditUrl on the front-end for that entry template

Additional info

  • Craft version: Craft Pro
  • PHP version: 7.0.30
  • Database driver & version: MySQL 5.7.22
  • Plugins & versions:
Algolia 1.0.0
Amazon S3 1.0.8
Asset Rev 6.0.0
AsyncQueue 1.3.3
Audit 2.0.1
Automatic Site Switch 1.0.0
Calendar 2.0.3
Category Utilities 1.0.0
Certificates 1.0.0
Converge 1.0.0
Craft Commerce dev-develop
Enupal Snapshot 1.0.4
Environment Label 3.1.4
Feed Me 3.0.0-beta.15
Field Manager 2.0.2
Flat Categories 2.0.0
Forms 2.1.1
Freeform Pro 2.1.1
Geo Cookie 1.2.1
Hamilton Utility 1.0.0
Importer 1.0.0
Inlin 2.0.0
Inventory 1.0.0
OrderExporter 1.0.0
Redactor 2.1.0
Sidebar Toggle 2.0.0
SimpleSentry 1.0.0
Super Table 2.0.7
Taxes 1.0.0
Twig Perversion 2.0.3

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commented Jul 13, 2018

What do you mean by “site handle” ? Can you post the URL you’re getting and the URL you expected to get?


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commented Jul 13, 2018

Ah sure, an actual URL example would have been helpful, sorry about that...

We have an Applications Index single that is available across multiple sites. If I visit that entry on the front-end of two different sites:


the getCpEditUrl is the same for both:


Where I would expect them to be:


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commented Jul 13, 2018

There was some logic to omit the site handle when creating the entry edit URL, if the entry’s site was the same as the current site, which is fine in the CP, but didn’t take into account that it might be a front-end request, where the entry will almost always be queried for the current site, which may not be the same site that the CP gets.

Fixed for the next release.

brandonkelly added a commit to craftcms/commerce that referenced this issue Jul 13, 2018

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