Support » Plugin: Multiple Domain Mapping on Single Site » Regex Expressions

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  • Plugin Author matthias.wagner

    (@matthiaswagner)

    not so far. if you can explain you desired use of regex we can put in in our backlog and decide when we will plan our next steps with the plugin 🙂

    Hey, thanks for your response.

    What im trying to acomplish is so i have this:

    DomainA.com
    DomainB.com (showing content of DomainA.com)

    Everything works fine, except that i have to map one by one all and every single url that i want to point from DomainA.com to DomainB.com.

    I would love to be able to simply say, map the whole domain all together, so no matter where the person navigates at DomainB.com he will be shown DomainA.com content.

    Plugin Author matthias.wagner

    (@matthiaswagner)

    well we provide a wildcard-functionality by default. so if you map the whole domain it will work with everything “below”.

    but please keep in mind that we built the plugin for mapping only parts of the page and that you should always have duplicate content in mind when doing such stuff 😉

    just try it out in a testing environment!

    Hi,

    In my case, im not worried about the duplicate content, it is ok for me.

    But just so you know the wildcard functionality, is not working or applying in my case. Is there any email address where i can send you details for domainA.com and domainB.com so you can see it does not work?

    Thanks
    kind regards

    Plugin Author matthias.wagner

    (@matthiaswagner)

    find it at matthias-wagner.at and please take a look at https://wordpress.org/support/topic/support-rules-2/ to provide all necessary information.

    it will probably take a few days from now until i can respond 😉

    matt

    Hey!

    I found the “root” of the problem, or at least more information in case you want to debug (i can still send you details for loging in, but with this info you might sya oooohhh i know what it is XD)

    So your plugin works fine as long as the url is like:

    DomainA.com

    or

    DomainA.com/test/

    But it fails when it comes down to pass urls such as

    DomainA.com/checkout/?lang=es

    In this scenario, the only option left is to add every page that contains ?lang=XX as in:

    DomainA.com/chekcout/

    This way it will work having both added (main domain url and specific checkout url)

    Does this help at all?

    Plugin Author matthias.wagner

    (@matthiaswagner)

    hy,

    yes we are aware that get-parameters are not working so far and they are in our backlog. we are also aware of the fact that documentation and such information should be improved 😉

    thanks for reaching back
    matt

    Great! in that case, i havenothing else to add then, hopefully you will find some time soon to fix this, and thanks once again

    andresmolina

    (@andresmolina)

    Hey Matthias!

    I saw you released an update, not quite sure (i dont think it does) if it fixes what was mentioned here.

    Thanks for the update!

    Plugin Author matthias.wagner

    (@matthiaswagner)

    nope. just look at the changelog – it was a quick bugfix for another problem

    andresmolina

    (@andresmolina)

    I did read, and yeah.. that is what i thought, I was just asking in case I missunderstood the changelog, thanks once again.

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