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  • Resolved aaronke



    I changed my site to mu, and I am having some issues I was hoping somone might be able to help out with.

    1. when I creat a new site, it is creating a subdomain instead of a sub folder. how can I have it create the new site as a sub folder?

    2. when I go to the back end I can see everyting, and when I go to view the site it gives me a 404. I can see that the root and the 2nd sites were created fine, but all of the other sites are tied to some parts of the root site and some are tied to the 2nd site. it looks like the comments and posts are tied to the root site, and the theme and plugins are tied to the 2nd site.

    Anyone know how I can fix this?



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  • Moderator Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)


    🏳️‍🌈 Halfelf Rogue & Plugin Review Team Rep

    1. Edit wp-config.php. Change ‘Subdomain’ to false.

    THIS WILL NOT change the URLs of your existing sites. You have to do that manually in the DB. If you don’t know how, delete the sites, make the config change, then recreate them.

    2. Depends on what the 404 looks like.

    Thanks for your help, by fixing 1 it fixed 2.

    Thanks a bunch for all your help,


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