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  • Sixes

    (@sixes)


    This plugin appears no longer to be necessary. I simply renamed the sites in Network Admin and the domains mapped perfectly.

    Indeed, it cured the looping problem that was occurring and also meant that the wp-admin page related to the actual domain name.

    I’m running under nginx. I haven’t tested this under Apache.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-mu-domain-mapping/

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  • Hirs

    (@hirs)

    How do you exactly made it work? I have changed the domain name in the blog options, apparently it works, but I can’t login to wordpress, I just get back to the login screen, no error reported

    gogetter

    (@gogetter)

    Hey, Sixes, thanks for this great info!

    Can you please give us more details on how this is done? I.e., how do you “rename” a site in Network Admin?

    Here is the path I know (WP 3.3.1):

    My Sites->Network Admin->Sites->Edit (for the specific site)->Info->Domain

    Is the Domain field the one that you rename, as Hirs suggested? Do you have a solution for the login problem?

    Thanks in advance!

    eventindustrynews

    (@eventindustrynews)

    Hi Sixs

    Would be great to get a bit more information on setup

    Cheers

    I’m able to get any domain working without the plugin as well.
    – I’ve got a subdomain multisite installation.
    – I add a new site, giving it a dummy subdomain.
    – In the notice, I click on “Edit Site”.
    – I change the domain to whatever.
    – If I visit the site immediately, I get a fatal error. But it’s in a plugin (google analytics).
    – If I go to /wp-login.php, and then back to the homepage (without logging in), the error goes away.
    – I can log in fine.

    The domain mapping plugin does provide features, like allowing people to create their own sites. But I’m just using multisite for a multilanguage site, so I’m creating the handful of sites upfront as the super admin.

    I always found it strange that domain mapping was not core to multisite. Is it the case that the functionality is being moved in?

    OK. After a lot more playing, it seems that this plugin *is* necessary to get things set up but is still causing a looping issue for me.

    My “fix” at the moment is to install the plugin, add the new domain-mapped name and then to remove the plugin again. That way the looping issue goes away and the mapped domain still appears to work.

    Sorry for anyone I confused with my first post (especially me) 🙂

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