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  • Thanks for your responses .. I have a new design now … is it possible to do this ….

    This is how I want my network to be designed …

    mycompany.com
    … city1.mycompany.com
    … city2.mycompany.com
    … city3.mycompany.com

    Now basically I will use my theme for all city subdomains, but the only problem is that my theme does not support woocommerce … please don’t explain how i can manually add support for it, I have tried this and it just doesn’t work well and displays weird …

    So i would like to install woocommerce on a subdirectory of the city subdomain so that I would be able to use the woocommerce theme in the subdirectory as such …

    mycompany.com
    … city1.mycompany.com/shop
    … city2.mycompany.com/shop
    … city3.mycompany.com/shop

    Is this possible and how would i set it up?

    Thanks

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  • please don’t explain how i can manually add support for it,

    OK, I won’t.

    But I find it really weird that you would choose to deal with setting up and maintaining two separate WordPress sites for EACH city — and confuse users with a “shop” site that looks different from the “city” site — rather than working (or paying someone) to fix the problem with your chosen theme, or finding a suitable WooCommerce-compatible theme that can serve both purposes.

    In any case, what you’re proposing to do is not even possible with Multisite.

    The Multisite subdomains city1.mycompany.com, city2.mycompany.com, etc are virtual… they don’t actually exist as folders in the document path… so there’s no place to go to manually upload the WordPress stuff for the “shop” subdirectory sites.

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