Support » Plugin: Multiple Domain » Could i have problems with “serialized” data?

  • Resolved jplamuedra

    (@jplamuedra)


    Hi, i am thinking to install the plugin to my page, to add a new domain “.com”, to the “.com.ar” that i already have.

    I would like to know if I will have problems with the “serialized” data stored on the database.

    For example, the reference to the main logo is stored in a cell on the database with a lot of code, where is..

    “… ;s:56:\”http://example.com.ar/wp-content/uploads/examplelogo.jpg… ”

    where “s:56” is the number of characters of the URL

    If I had to migrate my site to a .com domain, I would not only have to replace “example.com.ar” with “example.com”, I would also have to replace the character extension for my site to work well..

    for example
    “… ;s:53:\”http://example.com/wp-content/uploads/examplelogo.jpg… ”
    (Notice that now the number of character is 53)

    Do you know if my site gonna work well if a install the plugin to add a .com domain (not migrate) and continue keep working with the .com.ar domain too?

    Thanks!!!!

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  • Plugin Contributor Gustavo Straube

    (@gustavostraube)

    Hello,

    Serialized data shouldn’t be damaged by the plugin. It acts during the page rendering, not while storing data or replacing things in your database.

    Your site is supposed to work fine after installing the plugin and adding the domain. Just make sure the new “.com” domain points to the same server as the “.com.ar” and the server is also prepared to receive connections through the new domain. With cPanel and most hosts this is called an alias domain. If you need help on setting that up, your hosting provider is likely to guide you.

    Regards

    Thread Starter jplamuedra

    (@jplamuedra)

    its works perfect !

    Thanks for do the world a better place.

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