[wp-hackers] Multisite w/ Subdomain issues

Ryan Bilesky rbilesky at gmail.com
Tue Oct 19 23:58:31 UTC 2010

I'm thinking the most elegant way to deal with this might be to setup a
site for m.mysite.com in multisite and use either the mobile theme's
function.php or a plugin to have it pull posts and comments, ect from
wp_table rather than wp_#_table.  Is there by chance a generic sql filter
that will afford me the ability to filter an sql query before its executed?
If not what are my options to have a blog pull posts and stuff from another
blogs table in multisite.

On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 4:35 PM, Ryan Bilesky <rbilesky at gmail.com> wrote:

> I am looking to have 2 WP powered sites.  mysite.com (as a CMS) and
> blog.mysite.com (as a blog, obviously).  Now I opted to setup multisite
> since thats the easy way to do this.  However I have a small issue.  Instead
> of a wildcard subdomain entry I just created a dns entry for
> blog.mysite.com, but I also have pointed m.mysite,com to mysite as well to
> display a mobile version of mysite.  Since m.mysite.com isn;t setup as a
> seperate blog it shows the registeration page.  Is anyone aware of a way
> wherew I can have wordpress treat m.mysite.com like mysite.com.  Then I
> have a plugin that will detect the m.mysite.com url and override the theme
> with a mobile theme.
> If this is not possible if I specifically create a site m.mysite.com can I
> have it pull the contents from the tables for mysite.com with a plugin or
> something.

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