How do I map a blog to the domain I want?
I have WordPress 3.3 (not 3.3.1 yet), installed in /public_html
I have the dev version of the Domain Mapping plugin, 1/7/2012
I am using the subdomain multi-site installation of WordPress (not sub folders)
I have wildcard DNS working; when I create a blog, WP creates a subdomain for it.
I have a domain name glerner.com as a subdomain, pointing to /public_html/glerner
I have a domain name for WordPress, pointing to /public_html
I have this working for another blog. There used to be a page for specifying the mapping.
Now I can’t find how to map the blog to the domain I want (a change in WP 3.2 or 3.3 menus?)
If I simply Edit the Site (/wp-admin/network/site-info.php) and put what I want in the Domain field, the blog displays with the address I want (http://liquidfluoridethoriumreactor.glerner.com) but I am unable to log in to /wp-admin (I am brought back to the login screen). [I didn’t think it would work, but it’s all I can find to try].
The only Domain Mapping instructions (once the plug-in is installed) that I can find are for previous versions of WordPress.
- The topic ‘[Plugin: WordPress MU Domain Mapping] How to Map a Site to a Domain’ is closed to new replies.