[Plugin: WordPress MU Domain Mapping] How to have two URLs for the parent site?
We’re setting up a new network of sites. The owner of the network wants to have both ‘example.com’ and ‘example.co.uk’ going to the parent domain.
WordPress Multisite has been installed in example.com as a subdomain install and this plug-in has been installed and configured.
The domain mapping plug-in does not allow domains to be mapped to site 1, so it’s not possible to add ‘example.co.uk’ as being mapped to site ID 1.
Is there any way to get example.co.uk to map to example.com when example.com is the parent of a multisite network?
From reading these forums the answer seems to be either ‘no’ or to use “define( ‘NOBLOGREDIRECT’, ‘http://www.example.co.uk’ );” in wp-config.php – which we could not get to work. Maybe we missed a step.
Is there something clever we can do with setting redirects in cpanel, editing zone files, or perhaps something else entirely we can do to achieve this?
It seems very typical for an organisation to want a parent site that has a couple of top-level domains pointing to the same place. I look foward to finding out just how easy it is when you know how.
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