Changing Multi-Site from Sub-Directory to Sub-Domain
Was looking at this issue on another post here: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/how-do-you-go-from-multisite-subdomain-to-subdirectorygt?replies=8 — but I want subdomains NOT subdirectories.
I had an MU installation that was set up to use subdomains. After upgrading it’s been changed to use subdirectories and as Andrea noted in the post above it’s making permalinks use ‘blog/’ (so that solves THAT mystery).
I do need it to have new blogs as subdomains and not sure what steps and what order best to do this. Hoping I don’t have to re-install, as I botched the upgrade to 3.0 and ended up doing a lot of extra work:
From what I’ve heard, you have to clear or drop your table in your mySQL database and re-install wordpress… Then you have to enable multisites again, and choose subdirectories instead of sub-domains.
FYI, my wp-config.php has (which I shouldn’t have done, but did, and it’s working so I didn’t remove it):
define( ‘MULTISITE’, true );
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