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  • Hey Guys,

    I’m trying to use Domain Mirror, or Domain Theme, so that different domains point to the same sites. They are for two companies I am running that will share the same widgets, news, etc, but will have different front static pages.

    I have setup both Domain Mirror and Domain Theme (separately) and both work fine, but do not offer the feature to have a different static page.

    Does anyone know of or can anyone think of a hack, or work-around that could let me do this? I would even be willing to pay someone for the help (not on a huge budget, but this will help me so much!)

    Many thanks,


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  • Im bumping this one as i have the same problem. Anybody?

    Hello again! I should have edited my previous reply, but im not able to 🙂
    After pulling my hair for a few hours Ive come up with a solution:

    Navigate to index.php in your templates directory edit it (or make a home.php and edit that one)

    In the file, put in:
    if (strstr($_SERVER[‘HTTP_HOST’], “domain”)) {
    query_posts(‘page_id=4233’); }

    If the check is true, a certain page id is presented, if not its all standard.


    How did you setup your static section in the reading area?

    Just to clarify. When I use that code, my static page shows, but my “feed” page shows the static page also.

    You couldnt give me some advice on how you got domain theme up and running, what DNS Settings do you have on your secondary domain?


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