I have one “main” domain, which wordpress is installed in its own directory. What I’m trying to do, is allow my other domains (underneath that main domain) to have a blog too (network/multisite), but my real question is, what is the best plugin (or is it even a good idea?) to use for domain mapping?
And does my wordpress directory need to be moved to the root of my main domain?
Mine you that each extra domain off my main domain also has a subdomain, so like, hateyourway.org = hateyourway.heart-glow.com, (but I want it to show, hateyourway.org in the address bar; not hateyourway.heart-glow.com).
Mine you in reality, it shows the directory for the domain in FTP as hateyourway.org (if that makes any difference).
I can be proficient at php/mysql and am usually quick to catch on, but getting multisite/domain mapping to fully work is a nightmare….
My main domain will have a blog, then I have two other domain’s underneath that main one (hateyourway.org, until-morning.com) that I want to have blogs as well.
Plus, I still want to be able to use it for subdomain’s later on. Any suggestion’s? Right now, I don’t have multsite turned on (deleted that wordpress, and started over, will be activating the network later in the morning). Should I just following the directions and then use on of the plugins? Is that the easiest way?
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