I basically have installed a blog (www.example1.com) in /wordpress in the root directory of my hosting control. I have taken the wp-config file and .htaccess for this blog and placed it in the root directory, so I can have all the installation files neatly placed in the wordpress directory. http://www.example1.com is the primary domain for my Godaddy hosting account.
I am now trying to install a completely new installation of wordpress to be used for a multi site network – to host many different domains and subdomains.
The problem I am facing is that I have installed wordpress sites at http://www.example2.com (in a seperate folder e.g. /example2) and have created a http://www.bob.example2.com sub directory web site through the network, however the sub domain is defaulting to the http://www.example1.com blog. I believe that this has something to do with the .htaccess and wp-config.php file in the root directory.
However, strangely enough http://www.example2.com points correctly to the new blog.
I have already created created and enabled my A wildcard in my dns settings in my godaddy account.
Does anyone have any ideas as to why my sub-domain is not working. And should I, and if so how would I go about changing the arrangement of my .htaccess and wp-config.php files so that my sub-domain works correctly.
Many thanks for your responses in advance.
Have a great day.
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