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When the main site is not available for WordPress

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  • Unlikely to happen in core, though if someone crafts a plugin for it, you could use that.

    The reason? Well WP MUST know where home is. Home is where WP is installed. If you’ve lied to WP and said ‘You’re installed in domain.com/wp/ but you’re running from domain.com’ well, that we know how to handle. You’re telling WP where home and real-home are. But then you add in ‘You’re installed in domain.com/wp/, but you’re not running from anywhere! Muahhahhah!’ it’s making something over complicated.

    Solutions? Sure. Install in wp.domain.com and MAP wp.domain.com/site1 to site1.domain.com

    Try using a registration plugin to keep people on the site on which they register – http://wordpress.org/plugins/join-my-multisite/ is one example.

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