[wp-hackers] Multisite w/ Subdomain issues

Ryan Bilesky rbilesky at gmail.com
Fri Oct 22 18:18:41 UTC 2010

Well all is good now, It only took killing a kitten by hacking core, but
that's ok because it was a bug one which has a trac ticket and I am doing to
create a diff file to attach to the ticket and hopefully my change will make
it in the next version.  Pages now work that verbose page rules aren't being
used.  Besides I think it really is going to be better having it as a
separate site for SEO, I can tell regular bots like googlebot not to index
the mobile site and tell mobile bots like googlebot-mobile not the index my
main site so I am not getting both sites indexed by the the same bot and
being penalized for duplicate content.

On Fri, Oct 22, 2010 at 8:54 AM, Jeremy Clarke <jer at simianuprising.com>wrote:

> The *WordPress Mobile Edition* plugin lets you activate the mobile version
> of the site with a URL parameter like /?cf_mobi=1 or something. Maybe you
> could set up something in .htaccess to forward m.mysite.com to
> mysite.com/?cf_mobi=1. At least with that particular plugin the result
> would
> be that the user continues to see the mobile version as they click around,
> so the fact that the "m." is gone from the url wouldn't be the end of the
> world.
> I mean, you should be mostly depending on user agent sniffing to decide
> when
> to show the mobile version anyway, so the short url could be just a
> shortcut
> rather than a whole other address.
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