I was wondering about switching from sub-directories to sub-domains for my WordPress Multisite installation. If the site hasn’t gone live yet, is there any way to do this semi-easily? I disabled multisite in wp-config, exported all the subsite databases, deleted the subsite databases, and reenabled multisite but it said it still found the previous install and wouldn’t let me reconfigure. Has anyone found a way to do this without completely reinstalling WordPress?
Why I’m asking: I’m currently planning out a multisite installation that I wanted to develop on a test server before going live. The only problem is that I want the final website to have sub-domains but on my test server I can only use sub-directories (just because I have a live site on the server I’m using for testing). Thankfully I haven’t actually developed the whole site yet, but I want to know what types of problems I’m going to run into so I can know how to set it up for development. So far it’s looking like I’m going to have to develop locally (wanted it online for easier access) or migrate each blog to MS after it’s on the final server…
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