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[resolved] Multiple sites with diff. themes redirect to same index.php (6 posts)

  1. lkcomwebmaster3
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi all!

    So, here's the deal: I have a multisite structure set up and working, and i manage two sites from the same user. Each site has its custom theme I developed, and they're running under a path structure.

    I'm using http://www.example.com/site as my main site with custom theme "A" and http://www.example.com/site/site2 as my secondary site with custom theme "B".

    Everything is installed and running flawlessly, except by one point: when I point to http://www.example.com/site/site2 it loads the theme "A" where it should load these from theme "B". But, when I move to a subdirectory like http://www.example.com/site/site2/subdirectory/ it loads correctly.

    What am I missing? Both themes are installed, active on the network and each site knows which theme it should use.

    Any help will be vastly appreciated =)

  2. But, when I move to a subdirectory like http://www.example.com/site/site2/subdirectory/ it loads correctly.

    Uh... what's the subdirectory under site doing? I mean, how did you make that?

  3. lkcomwebmaster3
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I think I may not have explained myself well there. What I meant is: site2 has other subpages, and when I load one of them it loads the correct theme and its header, sidebar, etc...

    The way I got both sites to work was by putting, in my FTP server, the files related to site2 (like wp-content and wp-includes) in a folder along with site's folders (wp-admin, wp-content, and so on...).

  4. That ... doesn't sound like MultiSite at all.

    Multisite has ONE location for ALL themes.

    You installed in public_html/site/ and under that you have ONE folder for wp-content. That handles everything for ALL sites in your network.

  5. Look for physical folders on the web server the same as your sub site names. IF they exist, nuke 'em.

  6. lkcomwebmaster3
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I did as you told, and it worked!

    Thank you so much for the support, Ipstenu and Andrea_r!

    =)

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