This plugin allows you to have multiple blogs running off one WordPress install which can share content, have different titles, descriptions and theme
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How To Use It.
This is not a How-To guide for parking domains; instead it is meant to be just a brief introduction and explanation of what you will need to be able to do to use this plugin. Without parked domains this plugin is almost worthless (although there are some useful traits) so make sure you can use them before you install the plugin.
First of all to park a domain you need a minimum of two domains. A parked domain is a domain that points to the EXACT same place as another domain without using frames or redirections. It is not an add-on domain which points to a sub-folder. You may not be able to park domains depending on your hosting company; if you can’t you must either switch companies or convince your companies to allow you to park domains. Occasionally, a hosting company may refer to parked domains as aliased domains or one of several other names. If the domain name can point to the same folder as another domain name it will work no matter what the name is.
Secondly, you must make sure that the parked domains are registered with valid name servers and have propagated through the DNS before adding them to this plugin. While there will be no obvious errors if you try to do it before hand, none of the options will work until the domain is fully propagated.
Requires: 2.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.1.2
Last Updated: 10 years ago
Active Installs: Less than 10
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