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  1. Gamechanger
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hi,
    I got a big trouble with my blog since I tried to use WP 3.0 as network. While I updated the config file I finished 2 of 3 steps, but didnt found the .htacess file, so that I couldnt change it as were described.

    Now I just don`t know how to get the auto generated code snippet again. How can I get it, or what should I change to get that auto content manually? Please help.

  2. If you go back to the Network menu, it shoudl still have the htaccess lines displayed.

    the .htacces file is a *hidden* file in the root of your install. you may need to tell your ftp program or cpanel's file manager to show hidden files.

    If it doesn't exist, you can create it as a simple test file. It *must* start with a . so it reads .htaccess (no extension).

  3. Gamechanger
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Thanks for answer Andrea,

    the thing was, that I meanwhile deleted the >define('WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE', true);< out of my config, so that I had no network option.

    In case of the hidden .htaccess file, I wasn`t able to change it over any ftp-app under any function. I had to do that over the servers advanced options.

    No it`s solved so far.

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