Just a quick preamble: I’m pretty new to wordpress, so please be kind!
Now, here’s some information:
I own five domain names (CrafterlyRock.com, CrafterlyRock.net, CrafterlyRock.info, CrafterlyRock.biz and CrafterlyRock.org).
I have a wordpress blog running on my Webhost in the directory /blog/.
All domain names are directed towards the blog, which is also on blog.<domain name>
The blog is stored in the folder /blog/.
The “primary domain” on my webhost is crafterlyrock.com
Now let me explain what I’m trying to do.
I want WordPress to display the URL in the Address Bar as the DOMAIN or SUBDOMAIN used to reach the blog, even when a hyperlink is clicked.
In it’s current state, you reach the blog through, say, blog.crafterlyrock.net and it displays that address when you hit it.
However, once you click a link, it directs to http://crafterlyrock.com/blog/<path here>
I would like this to either:
Display as blog.crafterlyrock.<domain suffix>/<path here> (This would be the perfect, ideal world option)
or, more likely:
blog.crafterlyrock.<domain suffix>, with no path displayed.
Are there any methods with which I could do this? Please keep in mind I am a relative newcomer to WordPress but not a newcomer to web technologies!
Thank you so much for reading this,
Alastair ‘Chartax’ Campbell.
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