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[Plugin: WordPress MU Domain Mapping] "Not found" error when previewing

  • When using a mapped domain, when I preview a post a “Not found” page is shown.

    If a set the original domain as the primary, the error vanishes.

    All the domain options are checked. The mapped domain contains a hostname.

    Any ideas? Thanks!

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  • There’s many a slip between the cup and the lip, you might have missed some steps, check out Otto’s tutorial:

    WordPress 3.0: Multisite Domain Mapping Tutorial

    I’ve checked everything. The problem is only when previewing, everything else works OK.

    I’ve disabled Remote Login and Redirect Administration as per Otto’s suggestion and then the preview works on the mapped domain administration section. I’m OK with it but I’ll leave this as not resolved since it seems to be a bug. (Is there a bug tracker somewhere?)

    Thanks!

    newportcreativegroup

    @newportcreativegroup

    Same problem here but possibly different cause. I had a WPMU site that I did the upgrade as per Otto’s tutorial. Everything worked fine. However, if I try to add WP_MULTSITE_ALLOW I still don’t get the Network tool displaying and if I try to access it by manually adding network.php to the URL I get an error: The Network creation panel is not for WordPress MU networks.

    I have everything working with subdirectory install and mapped domains — about 10 sites running properly. But I’m forced to use remote login and redirect to the main site admin page or else I get that endless login loop where it just keeps refreshing the page. And if I use the 0.5.2 version of the Domain Mapping Plugin then I have the same problem as above, previews won’t work.

    Going back to an earlier version of the plugin works but then previews display as being http://mainsite.com/sub-folder/?p=###&preview=true

    Any idea where to start here outside of a full reinstall? Are there still MU specific files floating around on my install that are messing things up?

    Thanks for any help anyone can provide.

    Moderator Andrea Rennick

    @andrea_r

    I had a WPMU site that I did the upgrade as per Otto’s tutorial. Everything worked fine. However, if I try to add WP_MULTSITE_ALLOW I still don’t get the Network tool displaying and if I try to access it by manually adding network.php to the URL I get an error: The Network creation panel is not for WordPress MU networks.

    If you have upgraded from WordPressMU do not, under ANY circumstances add anything network-related to your config file. You WILL screw stuff up.

    Go to the site under Super Admin -> Sites. edit it. take out all the subfolder references and change them to the full domain name.

    Go to the site under Super Admin -> Sites. edit it. take out all the subfolder references and change them to the full domain name.

    Under my Super Admin I have 2 “Sites” (/ms-sites.php and /ms-admin.php?page=ra_site_page) a “Domain Mapping” (/ms-admin.php?page=dm_admin_page) and a “Domains” (/ms-admin.php?page=dm_domains_admin). So I’m not sure which Sites you are referring to and on both of mine I’m not sure I’m seeing any subfolder references.

    I started on this quest because one of my domains on my former WPMU install (fully updated to 3.0.2) works with both the www. and without the www. and I’d like it to redirect the www. to non-www so I was going to compare my htaccess to the default when I noticed there wasn’t a Network option under Tools.

    So I’m not sure which Sites you are referring to

    With no plugins installed, under the Super Admin menu, there is a SUB MENU called “sites”.

    Also:

    I have 2 “Sites” (/ms-sites.php and /ms-admin.php?page=ra_site_page) a “Domain Mapping” (/ms-admin.php?page=dm_admin_page) and a “Domains” (/ms-admin.php?page=dm_domains_admin).

    You have TWO domain mapping plugins installed. Pick one.

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