This is documentation about a configuration directive, which can be placed within Movable Type’s core configuration file,
mt-config.cgi, to customize the behavior of the system.
Note: Default changed to enabled in MT4.3
Determines if the same or separate cookie names will be used for each blog in an install.
This config directive defaults to enabled which causes Movable Type to use a cookie name that is the same for all blogs. This makes single sign-on across multiple blogs in the same install much more seamless and has the following benefit(s):
- banning a user will ban them across the entire installation
- trusting/untrusting a user will trust/untrust them across the entire installation
When disabled, Movable Type returns a cookie name that is blog-specific (contains the blog id in the cookie name).
Default is enabled (as of MT4.3). Movable Type will use a cookie name that is the same for all blogs.
Disable SingleCommunity such that each site sets separate cookies: