[wp-hackers] Nested blogs aka pseudo hierarchie in a WordPress Multisite setup
burobjorn at gmail.com
Fri Jun 10 14:40:49 UTC 2011
Would be great if you can get one of them to explain how they are
maintaining it in the current version of WP. I have been playing with
the methode described by you (thanks again for sharing the info!), but
the .htaccess rewrite rules seem to prevent me from using it with a
correct stylesheet, which seems to be a similar issue you described as
well. Looking at the mod_rewrite logs hasn't given me any insight in why
it is serving the page but not the css (and images) correctly.
I've noticed a lot of requests from people who want to have nested
structures and I'm willing to invest some time in developing a plugin
allowing people to do this. Any help much appreciated!
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On 06/10/2011 03:33 PM, Casey Bisson wrote:
> I don't know if it's the preferred method, but my friends who have taken over maintenance of the university-wide WP installation served by this hack http://ur1.ca/4dr6j are maintaining it in the current version of WP.
> I'll see if I can get one of them to join the conversation regarding how that code may have evolved between then and now.
> --Casey Bisson
> On Jun 9, 2011, at 11:54 AM, Bjorn Wijers wrote:
>> In the past I created a setup for site with a nested structure in
>> WordPress Mu using this method: http://ur1.ca/4dr6j
>> I was wondering if this would still be the best method to use in
>> WordPress Multisite in order to achieve the nested blogs or pseudo
>> hierarchy in the url structure e.g.
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