Map any blog/site on a WordPressMU or WordPress 3.X network to an external domain.
I had so many questions and I was quickly and professionally answered by Ron Rennick, one of the plugin's author. You understand how important good support is only when you need it.
This is an Really nice plugin work great as well.
Almost everything is ok. Only an issue with iThemes Security: after moving wp-content directory to another, hook domain_mapping_plugins_uri does not work anymore.
I temporarly fixed it by chang PLUGINDIR with 'new-wp-content-folder/plugins'.
Thank for that wonderfull plugin which is almost perfect.
Everything works fine
I guess I jumped at the mention of WPMU and ancient WP 3.0 in the description. "Just testing" a plugin that does something simple is one thing, but this is not the kind of plugin you "just test" when your multi-country site is ready for launch after months of work.
Just mention first thing in the description that it's intended for the new Multisite WordPress versions so more people try this great plugin :)
I used this to map an "A" DNS record domain to one of the sub-folder sites. I created two domain, one with and one without http://www., and set the priority. Worked perfectly.
A huge thank you to the professional authors! A beautiful plugin.
Useful and easy to use
I've had a terrible past 2 days getting anything even remotely related to WordPress to function properly. So, I was pleasantly surprised when I followed the instructions exactly and had a mapped domain going in only a few minutes. Now, it is time for a beverage.
The plugin has very important configurations included:
This plugin resolves one of the biggest problems in my WordPress Multisite that I use to manage different pages dedicated to projects, research and other things.
The only question is the requirement of use a main domain or subdomain, not a folder in a domain.