I hope you might help me with sort of issue with this plugin.
Does “mapping” in this plugin just meaning “redirection” (301/302) to have http://www.site/sub or sub.site.com redirected to myrealdomain.com ?
My issue is that I want to have several domains that will be just pointing (mapped?) to a certain blog. Which means, instead of site to have several blogs, something like a blog will have several sites.
That should be done without redirecting the url to the primary domain.
Example for such a thing.
I have a development environment (dev env), QA env, and of course production env.
I create a new site (using subfolders for example) in my dev env, and call it – mainsite.com/site1.
Now, I want to be able to access this site with mapping it to dev.site1.com
After exporting to QA env is done, I want to be able to access the same site with the url – qa.site1.com, but with no redirect the url to dev.site1.com
Thus I can know exactly which env I’m watching.. (ofcourse that Apache proper virtual host will be defined in both environments, to have it accessible and known by the servers).
Then, after finishing QA and uploading the db and files to the Production env, I want to access the same site with http://www.site1.com.
So – the one site on db that have one site id in WordPress, should be accessible through 3 different domain mappings, but with no url redirection.
This is only one implement that could be useful with such plugin, there are others.
I’d be happy if someone have ideas inspiring this issue.
Thank you very much,
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