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  • Hi,

    I don’t know if this is the right forum to post in. But I started another topic a while ago about the wp-admin missing. I now cannot access the dash boards for my subsites. I checked the database. The user data has been written the. I even inspected my config files and .htaccess. I followed the setup exactly. I even checked the name servers. I am completely and utterly confused. Oh and I have subdomain/wildcard setup. Is there a coding issue I can fix?

    Thanks.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Welcome to the WordPress help forums!
    I see you have trouble with your website, and entering your dashboard via your admin account.
    What are the steps to reproduce a problem? I tried your subdomain version of your website, but your subdomain didn’t appear, a 403 forbidden error has rung up.
    If you were manually installing wordpress, and your install may be new enough; you can edit your wp-config file later on. Within my experience; I chosen a subdomain versions of my multisite.
    See Create A Network.

    I found this for your site http://blogsatybc.com/directtest/ Listed in their forum and it say’s “Steph’s test site 2”.

    You probably need to have a chat with the admin there about what you need to do next.

    Hi people,

    I am the super admin of that site and I decided to switch to Subdirectory install instead. I figured wildcard domain wasn’t working correctly why should I continue to fight with it. With subdirectory I am able to get into the dashboards and edit the appearance of the sites. Plus post test posts.

    Thanks for your replies. Now my question is. What is a good way to map the domains?

    You can refer to the WordPress Codex to get help. Or if you have trouble, you can redo your install of WordPress, you can also start off with a single version of your WordPress blog, and convert it into a multisite after that.
    It’s always a good idea to backup your databases before you reinstall WordPress From Scratch.

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