[resolved] [closed] Domain Mapping in Multi-Site for WP 3.0 (4 posts)

  1. jsteffen0852
    Posted 6 years ago #

    So I'm working with Sunday, June 6th's build of WP 3.0. I have two sites created in my multi-site network:


    No problems so far, I can pull them both up without a problem.

    Now I want to map:

    blog1.com to blog1.website.com

    So I purchased the domain mapping plugin from wpmututorials. I'm brand new to this multi site thing, but I created the mu-plugins directory, put the php files in the proper directories, and added the sunrise code to wp-config.php. I redid it a couple of times also just to make sure I didn't screw something up. But I keep getting this error at the top of my admin panel:

    Warning: Conflicting values for the constants VHOST and SUBDOMAIN_INSTALL. The value of SUBDOMAIN_INSTALL will be assumed to be your subdomain configuration setting. The constant VHOST is deprecated. Use the boolean constant SUBDOMAIN_INSTALL in wp-config.php to enable a subdomain configuration. Use is_subdomain_install() to check whether a subdomain configuration is enabled. in website.com/html/wp-includes/ms-default-constants.php on line 115

    What have I done? It's a test install that I'm ready to trash. Should I just start over maybe using subfolders rather than subdomains? Do I need to write some Apache code on my server somewhere?

    I'm on a Media Temple Gridserver as my host. Any help is much appreciated.

  2. @mercime
    Volunteer Moderator
    Posted 6 years ago #

    You can get support from wpmuguru and Andrea_r for this premium plugin. Andrea_r is Moderator over at WPMU forums - http://mu.wordpress.org/forums/ just use your W.org username and password to login there there. Just go to plugins and title your post at wpmututorials.com multi-site plugin and I'm sure that'll catch their attention.

  3. jsteffen0852
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Got it, thanks.

  4. Thanks, he found us. :) Mods can close the thread.

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