Now I have an issue with Plesk myself. It is not regarding my production environment, which is set up on a domain with the main domain being reesefelts.org.
In Plesk, I have set up
2. reesefelts.org/reesenews/, which resolves to reesenews.org, and 3. reesefelts.org/carolinaconnection/, which resolves to carolinaconnection.org.
Here is my issue in Plesk.
I need to create dev.reesefelts.org, as well as the aforementioned sites all for "dev."
I will walk through the steps.
1. In Plesk, I have created a subdomain: dev.reesefelts.org.
2. I installed WPMU.
3. I set the A Record to point to the IP address
4. This works for dev.reesefelts.org perfectly
5. I tried to create a CNAME to point:
However, since MediaTemple only offers an IP address and not a server name for Plesk (ex. s111222333.mediatemple.net), I cannot set a CNAME.
6. I create an A Record at GoDaddy and Network Solutions for the dev.reesenews.org and dev.carolinaconnection.org domains pointing to the IP address.
7. I click on Backend in WPMU for blog ID 2 and blog ID 3 and they resolve to reesefelts.org, and not reesefelts.org/reesenews/ or reesefelts.org/carolinaconnection
8. I went into EDIT and checked the path of both sites, as well as checked the SITE URL. Even if I set the SITE URL to dev.reesenews.org, it still resolves at reesefelts.org.
9. I check the domain mapping database tables and all the wp-options tables for /, 2, and 3, and don't see anything specifically wrong.
The only thing I can think of, is that the DNS settings at GoDaddy still point to their domaincontrol entries, and not mediatemple.
Even though I have an A Record for dev.reesenews.org, should I change the DNS settings to point to MediaTemple?