Okay, so we’ve got a WP install in an IP directory, so the WordPress address (URL) looks like so:
(And yes, NetworksSolution doth suck big time, yea, verily. The owner of this site cannot move. She thinks.)
Meanwhile, the Blog address (URL) looks like so:
This was done by the original owner because she has two urls for one site:
And NetworksSolutions told her this was the best way to have both URLs point at the .com addy. I don’t know why they didn’t just park and point the .net addy, but nobody ever listens to me.
Anyway. So all works fine. Going to .net or .com brings up her blog. Everything works great except for the Preview function.
If she saves a post and then hits “Preview,” she gets a “Sorry, no posts matched your criteria.” This is because the preview addy is thus:
when it should be:
Am I explaining this clearly? I hope so!
She’s been entering the IP addy manually into the URL bar to be able to preview her posts, but is there any way around this?
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