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Multi Network with subdomains and subfolders (4 posts)

  1. Ivaylo Draganov
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I am using the WP Multi Network plugin to run two networks off a single install. I had the original network set up with subdomains, but I want to have the other one with subdirectories.

    I've tried changing the value of 'subdomain_install' in 'wp_sitemeta' table but with no success.

    Is there a way to have this kind of setup with WP Multi Networks?


  2. Ivaylo Draganov
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I've started digging into the code but I can't seem to find a solutions. I can see that the option 'subdomains_install' is used nowhere - it simply exists in the database. Seems to me that some kind of clever .htaccess has to be employed in order to make the networks redirect properly to subdomains/subdirs.

    Anyone has an idea?

  3. aLan "Lan" Tait
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I think the .htaccess for each version of multisite is not compatible with the other... However, IF there is no code and only the .htaccess, you could right your .htaccess to trigger on the domain names.

    Nothing specific, just some ideas...

    You should also take a look at...


    If you are using WP Multi-Network with WP 3.1.0 or greater.

  4. aLan "Lan" Tait
    Posted 5 years ago #

    the new file is here....


    I hope that helps...

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