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  1. AdamCBa
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    Posted 3 years ago #

    Dear All,

    I do appologise for the possible repetiton in Posting but I just cannot seem to get my 'Network' to connect together.

    I currently admin multiple WordPress blogs/sites, However would like to have 1 admin page that lists all the sites and allows me to admin features/gain access across them all from my site. The Network would be along the lines of:

    http://www.MYDomain.co.uk to have Admin access to:
    http://www.Domain1.co.uk/www.domain2.co.uk/...

    They all work form the same set of databases using Prefix changes.
    They all have the same admin user account (e-mail/password)

    I have managed to get the Network setup on 2 of the sites (not started on the others yet) but they dont seem to talk! They are 2 independent sub domain networks. Also installed the WordPress MU Domain Mapping plugin, but fail to see how it can help.

    Is there a guide from step 1 to completion to get multi domain administration (not similar sites/subdomains) using the features of the wordpress network features? Or is there something everyone seems to look over/miss when trying to set this up the first time?

    Hopefully I have covered my question/problem sufficiently, if not please feel free to question me.

    Many thanks in advance!

    Regards,

    Adam

  2. Multisite is for using ONE install to run MULTIPLE blogs. You've got multiple installs. I know it sounds similar, but it's not.

    You would want to turn networking on in one of your domains, as your main domain, and then import the other sites as sub-sites. Once that's done, you would use a plugin like WPMU Domain Mapping to help map domains to sub sites.

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