I have successfully parked a number of domains on top of the main website. Then used the mu domain mapping functionality and it all works fine – sort of.
When I try and logon to the individual websites, with wp-config.php subdomain_install=true, I can’t logon. But with it =false, I am able to logon. However, links to inner pages from the live site don’t work. So I immediately change it back to true, and continue to be able to access wp-admin of the site.
It is a pain having to turn the subdomain_install=false every time I want to logon. Where am I going wrong in my setup for this to happen? How do I fix it?
In addition, I have to manually add non www to www redirects into the htaccess of the site. The main domain used in traditional wp installs automatically does such a redirect, such requirement for htaccess should not be needed for the mu plugin.
I first add the site as a subdomain, then manually change the setup url’s to the proper full domain. Is there any way of being able to add the proper domain the first time, and so not have to go through the subdomain then rewrite to proper domain routine?
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