Since you didn’t provide actual URLs I can’t take a look but I think your problems lie in a misunderstanding of multisite…
An actual multisite WordPress would be just one WordPress install that is ‘Networked’ from within that single install to support multiple sites.
Some of what you’ve mentioned about this domain and that domain and then this or that subdomain would be the bailiwick of your control panel’s duties. Addon, parked, certs, and the root domain (and its subdirectories) are under the control of the Control Panel and/or the webserver to direct to the single WordPress install or the sub installs that you seem to indicate you’ve placed in subdirectories of your webroot.
WordPress doesn’t care until you point the domain at the target WordPress that has then been informed via the domain mapping (or the site settings in the case of a single discrete WordPress install to expect queries for that domain.
What you probably should do is contact your web host for whatever help they can give you then tackle a single domain question one at a time. If you need our help here then you probably should disclose that domain name though we don’t remove domain information from topics here after the fact.
Often, getting just one or two domains working well in a multisite is enough to make the rest of the process easy.
It starts with the web server or the control panel then the WordPress takes over from there via settings or the domain mapping facilities of a multisite.
Let us know what you need to get this working for you.
Ok. Since here I can use the real domain name I will change the details to the actual names instead of the generic names.
I had primary domain (jersms.esy.es) in Usercode/public_html. I had WordPress multisite under parked domain (jetsystemservices.com) in Usercode/public_html. I had child sites under jetsystemservices.com/mobile, jetsystemservices.com.com/cp, and linuslearningsolution.com (parked domain of jetsms.esy.es)
The linus…com site was also in Usercode/public_html, but mixed with the other sites, so I cant separate the site data and structure files.
Then I did many changes that made the domains be on separare paths so now the linus…com is unreachable to its data that is on a different path.
linus…com is looking folder Usercode/domains/linus…com/public_html which is empty while its data is in Usercode/domains/jetsys…com/public_html/main.
What I need is to make some file or change some file to make the linus…com to look in the correct path where its data is located.
You don’t have proper DNS entries for the esy.es domain or the jersms.esy.es subdomain You’ll want to talk with Hostinger about those as that is not anything the WordPress is involved in.
Work from there first.
Yes I know, that is one reason I made the changes. But that is not the problem. It was working fine everything when the primary domain was the jetsms.esy.es. The jetsystemservices.com and linuslearningsolution.com where working good even though the primary was not register since the WP was assigned and its DB to the parked domains.
What I’ve recommended is how I would tackle this problem…
You are welcome to accept or reject my ideas as you see fit.
Most of this ‘stuff’ has to happen in sequence or at least ‘in the end’ so my answers may yet help the next person looking for a similar solution.
esy.es already taken
Any way the WP sites are not in that domain path they are in Usercode/domains/jetsystemservices.com/public_html/main and WP database is also pointing to the same.
jetsystemservices main site
Multisite Admin Dashboard
This is password protected
The problem is accessing linuslearningsolution.com page and its Dashboard because the data is not in folder path the domain points to is in the structure folder path of the Multisite which is under main.jetsystemservices.com
I beginning to think what I need is an .htaccess file in the linus…com folder with some rule directing to the path that were will find it. But I do not know how to do that rule. I use WP so I don’t have to code.
This reply was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by jetsystemservices. Reason: typo error fix
Yes, I was under the impression that you owned the ‘esy.es’ domain name as you intended to use it and a subdirectory under it.
what is this linus learning system that you keep mentioning?
Do you own ‘linuslearningsolution.com’? I see it is hosted at Hostinger… Ask Hostinger how you can use the CP there to point (redirect) that domain to main.jetsystemservices.com.
Hint: you can add a meta refresh line to that ‘default page’ in linuslearningsolution.com to handle that redirect.
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0; url=https://main.jetsystemservices.com/en/home/">
Just place the above code in that Hostinger default page’s header for ‘linus learning’ and it will redirect that domain name to jet systems’ main.
This reply was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by JNashHawkins.
I found a work around for my problem. Rename the child site from its domain to be a folder of the multisite domain.
Lost site: example3.com Rename in WP network sites: example3.com -> example2.com/example3
This will make the child site and data reachable; from there you can export the site and its data. (Might be posible to recreate the child site in example3.com)
In the real domain names: linuslearningsolution.com -> jetsystemservices.com/linus