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Domain Mapping Instructions with 3.6

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  • Plugin Author Ron Rennick

    @wpmuguru

    MultiSite Guru

    For each subsite, go to Edit -> Settings and change Siteurl to the mapped domain.

    The point of the DM plugin is to allow you to map a domain to the site without editing the site (specifically the URL options).

    Using 3.6 and sites in subdirectories, the mapping did not work until I changed the Siteurl.

    Is it possible something else about my host configuration is causing the problem? My host is asmallorange.com, and I have additional domains as addon domains using cPanel. I installed WordPress with multisite enabled using Softaculous.

    Plugin Author Ron Rennick

    @wpmuguru

    MultiSite Guru

    Is it possible something else about my host configuration is causing the problem?

    Yes.

    It would really help if we could get some more clarity with some examples for each of the configurations and settings with a more updated tutorial/ instructions.

    E.g. My WP MS Install:
    Main Site: d1.org
    Site 2: d-1.org
    Site 3: d-1.com
    Site 4: ax.com
    Site 5: ay.com

    How will each of the settings affect aspects of these sites and domains?

    I understand the instructions in an abstract way but some examples with variations would help understand those settings better.

    doublerebel – I am also using asmallorange ASO and I was wondering if you were able to move forward and resolve your situation. If so, how have you done things.

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