Support » Plugin: WordPress MU Domain Mapping » Domain Mapping Instructions with 3.6

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  • Plugin Author Ron Rennick

    (@wpmuguru)

    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).

    doublerebel

    (@doublerebel)

    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)

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

    Yes.

    crashnburn_in

    (@crashnburn_in)

    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.

    crashnburn_in

    (@crashnburn_in)

    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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