Support » Plugin: WP Multi Network » Is commenting out DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE still a requirement?

  • In installation, is this:

    Comment out the DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE line in your wp-config.php file. If you don’t have this line, you probably need to enable multisite.

    …still a requirement?

    WP-CLI seems to struggle if DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE is commented out and putting it back doesn’t seems to cause noticeable problems.

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  • I’d like to know this, too. Commenting it out also interferes with WordPress toolkit in Plesk.

    Plugin Author John James Jacoby

    (@johnjamesjacoby)

    Either comment it out, or set it to match the current domain being requested.

    Thread Starter Nathan Monk

    (@nathansmonk)

    Could you expand on “the current domain being requested” please? Is that the base multisite URL? Of using a variable to enable any site from the network be requested? Or am I just overthinking that entirely?

    Thanks, JJJ.

    Nathan, I set it to match my root domain and all networks are functioning properly. CLI and Plesk WP Toolkit also work.

    Philipp

    (@philippmuenchen)

    I guess @jj means either

    define ('DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE', $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] );

    or

    define( 'DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE', $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] );

    Not sure what is better to go with. All what should be needed here is to get the domain of the current page visited.

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