Support » Plugin: WordPress MU Domain Mapping » Trying to map a subdomain into another subdmain

  • Hi,

    I’m trying to create a site on a Multisite WP platform (installed on a subdomain) but it doesn’t work.

    My MS-WP is installed on one.mydomain.com and from there I want to have another site that goes like: two.domain.com. I’ve follow all the instructions:

    1. New site on one.mydomain.com/two
    2. Added the IP Address on Domain Mapping Configuration
    3. On one.mydomain.com/two panel set the primary domain to two.mydomain.com (already created with cpanel)
    4. When I change the siteurl to two.mydomain.com on multisite administrator panel I’m getting this error when I load that url: Template Error: The template file must be given (or the template could not be opened)

    Can anyone give me a hint? Thanks!

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-mu-domain-mapping/

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  • Plugin Author Ron Rennick

    (@wpmuguru)

    4. When I change the siteurl to two.mydomain.com

    Don’t do that. The point of the domain mapping plugin is it allows you to map the domain to the existing site.

    Thank you for your reply!

    I already did it that way. But I keep receiving the same error. Maybe it’s something related with cpanel configuration. There I’ve created a subdomain on ‘mydomain.com’ called ‘two.mydomain.com’ that goes on ‘public_html/two’. I don’t have a wildcard set. Should I have it?

    Remember my WP structure is installed on another subdomain: ‘one.mydomain.com’.

    I’ve have another MU WP site installed on another server – on the root address – and never had such problems. 🙁

    Thanks again.

    Plugin Author Ron Rennick

    (@wpmuguru)

    I already did it that way

    Then what you should do next is put the old URL back.

    Now I’ve spoiled everything. My main site @ ‘one.mydomain.com’ is showing ‘index of’ and the folder ‘one’ cpanel’s filemanager is saying ‘this directory is empty’. Is everything gone? Damn!

    I was just trying to install a buddypress on the side of the main website, with a different theme/address.

    Plugin Author Ron Rennick

    (@wpmuguru)

    Is everything gone? Damn!

    Probably not. You’ll have to contact your hosting support to see about fixing your hosting account.

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