I could not find a good way to phrase the title for my specific issue.
I’m trying to set up sub-domain-based multisites. My shared host allows sub-domains to be created via cPanel but it just redirects to the directory of the sub-domain name.
For example, if I add a subdomain named “support” as
support.mydomain.com, then it creates a folder
/home/myusernae/public_html/supportand redirects to that folder.
If I create a new site named “support” via the network admin panel of WordPress and access to
http://support.mydomain.comthe page shows
Index of /which is the index page of the directory, /home/myusername/public_html/support. If I try to access the admin page,
http://support.mydomain.com/wp-admin/, it says “500 internal Server Error”
Is there a workaround for this?
I created index.php in /home/myusername/public_html/support, editing the following part,
/** Loads the WordPress Environment and Template */ require('../wordpress/wp-blog-header.php');
It loads the text but the stylesheet is not loaded.
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