I’ve read through countless threads for days and am having no luck with mapping my domain. I simply want to redirect the url of my blog, which I can currently access at “http://localhost/” on my computer, to my registered domain from GoDaddy (animationordeath.com). This way, when anyone goes to animationordeath.com, it will show up as my WordPress blog instead.
I installed WordPress through MAMP and I think I successfully set up multisite. However, in most threads I read through, it said after setting up your network and multisite, you should have a super admin panel after logging back in. I logged back in and my dashboard was definitely different because now I have a “Network Admin” option, but I do not see a super admin option. However, if I click “all users”, the only user I have is titled “Lynn Campbell – Super Admin”.
While in the Network Admin, I have the options “Domain Mapping” and “Domains” under my settings panel. I set up the domain mapping with my IP address for animationordeath.com. But when I go to “Domains” and try to save a new domain, nothing happens. I also thought I might need to go to sites>add new, but this doesn’t appear to do anything either.
Please help me! I feel like simply directing my domain should be so much easier than this since it is a one-step process when using a wordpress.com free blog.
Also, everything should be added correctly in my wp-config.php file. This is my wp-config.php file:
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