[wp-hackers] Using WPMU with multiple domains
shorty114 at shorty114.net
Thu Dec 21 08:00:08 GMT 2006
Yeah, this isn't really MU territory. I don't know if MU developers even
read this :o.
On 12/21/06, Viper007Bond <viper at viper007bond.com> wrote:
> Have you tried http://mu.wordpress.org/forums/ ? You'll probably get the
> best support there rather than here I bet. :)
> On 12/20/06, Tyler Smalley <tyler at tylersmalley.com> wrote:
> > Esteemed Hackers,
> > I am working on a project that involves a network of around 15 sites.
> > site has its own domain name. Instead of
> > installing/maintaining/syncing/etc... 15+ possible Wordpress
> > I
> > hoping WPMU would bring things together in a more manageable
> > I have spent a few hours attempting to setup such a WPMU installation
> > minor success. Without getting into details, quite yet, is there any
> > formal
> > support/documentation for doing just this? If I am not mistaken there
> > existing WPMU blog networks offering a "bring your own domain" feature,
> > which achieves a similar result, a blog with its own domain connected to
> > WPMU install.
> > Any help would be greatly appreciated. If needed, I can go into detail
> > my
> > attempted installation/configuration, where I am and what's keeping me
> > from
> > moving forward. I thought it might be easier to approach it in a
> > fashion first.
> > In short-handed summary:
> > * Domains: a.com, b.com, c.com, d.com, etc...
> > * One WPMU install to manage a single blog on each domain
> > -Tyler
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