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  • WordPress doesn’t distinguish between attachments in that way. Pick one domain only, or write a plugin to do this sort of thing.


    if i pick one sub-domain

    do i have to fill

    Store uploads in this folder


    Full URL path to files


    The first one tells WordPress where to move the uploaded files to. So if they need to be in some special directory to be on the subdomain, then that’s where you fill that in.

    The second one is the URL prefix for the files, where you’d put in the subdomain and path name that they should get on the site, starting with http: and everything.

    Actually setting up the subdomain is up to you.


    plz check whether my path is right

    if i upload the files to my sub-domain (

    and folder called images(

    i should fill the option like

    Store uploads in this folder


    Full URL path to files

    if it’s wrong let me know

    It won’t be “/images” unless you really have the images directory in the root of the server.

    The normal value for that field is “wp-content/uploads”. Note the lack of the leading “/”. If you leave off the leading /, then it assumes you’re starting from the WordPress root directory. With the leading /, it assumes the root of the filesystem.

    So make sure the path to the folder is correct given that.

    Thank you so much for your patients i under stand now

    once i am success i post it here

    Thank you again

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