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[Resolved] Importing multiple CSV Files to subdomains

  • nicheprof

    @nicheprof

    Is it possible to use the Supra CSV plugin to import from different vendors to separate subdomains in a WordPress blog?

    For example, if I have 10 different suppliers, can the same plugin import item types 1 onto a unique subdomain for item 1 and repeat the process for each of the other items and respective domains?

    In addition, if 7 of the 10 suppliers provide item 1, can each of them be appended to the new WP subdomain so that there is a display of all vendors in the same area? If it can’t be done by appending one import to another, can I download each of the CSV Files to a text pad and create a new CSV file constructed by a merging of all of the vendors feeds of item 1 into the corresponding domain for item 1?

    Thanks for your feedback and feel free to ask if I need to provide any additional information.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/supra-csv-parser/

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  • Plugin Author Joseph Persie

    @zmijevik

    what is the subdomain plugin you are using?

    nicheprof

    @nicheprof

    I construct subdomains using WPMU and one or two others. I was considering using your plugin for importing the dumps into targeted niches which I structure as subdomains (such as http://nodaway.countyonline.us) or any other number of “umbrella” domains I operate.

    Plugin Author Joseph Persie

    @zmijevik

    can i see a screeshot of your postmeta

    Plugin Author Joseph Persie

    @zmijevik

    it is highly likely that the plugin uses different potmeta keys for different subdomains. If i dont get a response back i am going to assume youve figured it out and resolve the topic.

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