[wp-hackers] Multisite w/ Subdomain issues
rbilesky at gmail.com
Thu Oct 21 01:33:54 UTC 2010
Actually I can do one better, there is a generic sql filter called query
using that I am replacing wp_3_table with wp_table for posts, postmeta,
On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 6:12 PM, Ryan Bilesky <rbilesky at gmail.com> wrote:
> I did find a filter posts_request, which affects the query to get a post,
> then I just str_replace() the sql to replace wp_(blog id)_posts with
> wp_(posts). Works perfect but it only affects the query used when viewing a
> single post. If I can find other filters like this that deal with getting
> the posts I might be able to make this work without switch_to_blog.
> On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 12:29 PM, Ryan Bilesky <rbilesky at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I do have a plugin on my main blog that is supposed to detect mobile
>> user-agents or the use of the m.mysite.com domain and switch to a mobile
>> theme. I'm just not sure how I can make m.mysite.com access mysite.comwithout redircting it, thus loosing the m subdomain that would kick in the
>> mobile theme.
>> On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 4:25 AM, Peter Westwood <
>> peter.westwood at ftwr.co.uk> wrote:
>>> On 20 Oct 2010, at 11:56, Alex Hempton-Smith wrote:
>>> > I've tried this before and it's difficult with multi-site set up.
>>> > I guess the question is, how do we 'jump in' before WordPress serves up
>>> > registration page at m.example.com and instead serve up example.comwith a
>>> > different theme?
>>> > Because, once we set up subdomain wildcards, WP is running the show
>>> I guess the answer would be to put some code in sunrise.php to make WP
>>> believe that the current blog is the one you want it to in this case and
>>> make it use the right theme
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