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multisite multi-domain nightmare

  • Hi, I hope you can help. I’ve been looking around this support site for the past couple of days but can’t seem to get this configured correctly.
    The goal: aaa.com is a placeholder domain, nothing happens here except its the account used for the deluxe hosting plan on GoDaddy running Windows.
    bbb.com and ccc.com are two independent blogs for friends that I’m trying to run on aaa.com’s hosting.
    I’ve installed WP 3.0.4 on aaa.com’s GoDaddy hosting.
    I’ve completed the Network install (got the Super Admin CP) and the MU Domain Mapping plugin.
    For the site, I’ve ID 1 path “/”, ID 2 path “/bbb” and Mapping “bbb.com”, ID 3 path “/ccc” and Mapping “ccc.com”

    After a few trial and errors, there appears to be more support for the sub-domain install, so went with that.
    I’ve two folders on the root of my server “bbb” and “ccc” and set these up as sub-domains on aaa hosting and verified.

    I followed this set-up: http://verysimple.com/2010/07/09/install-wordpress-3-with-multiple-tlds/ and I can see the blog posts for bbb.com, (http://bbb.com/2011/01/27/hello-world/)
    I can see the back-end admin, but when I visit bbb.com – I get aaa.com’s holding page 🙁

    And idea’s what I’m doing wrong?

    Additional info for bbb.com:
    Site info:
    Domain bbb.aaa.com
    Path /
    Site Options (wp_2_options)
    SiteURL http://bbb.aaa.com/
    Home http://bbb.aaa.com/
    File Upload URL http://bbb.aaa.com/files
    Domain Mapping: Domains
    SiteID 2
    Domain bbb.com
    Primary Yes

    Thanks in advance and sorry if you’re always answering the same questions, I’ve read a number of guides and I’ve tried a number of installs to get this working and it hasn’t.

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