[resolved] WP 3.0 Newbie Question - Network of Blogs (7 posts)

  1. thbart
    Posted 6 years ago #

    I was hoping WP 3.0 would allow me to use one install for many of my domains that use WP. Is that possible?

    For example, say I have:


    and want to run all three WP installs used on the three different domains off the same main install. Is that possible?



  2. robinvd
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Ipstenu, will this work also for the same domain?

    Im currently creating a dutch information website about Apple and it's OS X. I'd like to transform it also to english in the future.

    This means my domains will look like this:

    thedomain.com/nl/ <-- Dutch
    thedomain.com/en/ <-- English

    I thought this would be in the 3.0 beta2 release "but" I don't see the network tab anywhere.. Is it just deleted in the beta or?

    My bad.. looks like I need to change something in the config.php. Will try it for now =)

  3. @mercime
    Volunteer Moderator
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Aside from adding the info in wp-config.php, you will have to go to dashboard Tools > Network to start setting up the multisite part.
    See http://codex.wordpress.org/Create_A_Network

  4. robinvd
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Ok, found out how it worked.. Took alot of more work then I thought but it's not a problem.

    Now i've got only one problem:

    I'd like to run a script on my .com landing page. I'm in need of a script wich redirects to the browser language.

    English and all EXCEPT dutch --> .com/en/
    Dutch --> .com/nl/

  5. robinvd
    Posted 6 years ago #

    edit, double posted

  6. I'm of two minds on that one.

    One: Yeah, sure, you can use a special front page with PHP to redirect based on IP.

    Two: I get pissed off when I'm out of the country and I go to Google and end up on Google Japan, because I? Don't speak Japanese!

    Has anyone sorted out the whole 'check the computer for language and use THAT' issue?

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