[wp-hackers] Multi-domain, multi-lingual, but not Networked
joshua.sibelman at gmail.com
Sun Jun 26 07:36:57 UTC 2011
Thanks for the response Mike.
Can you tell me how domain mapping allows for that behavior? To me, it appears that each different domain name has its own discrete content.
On Jun 26, 2011, at 12:22 AM, Mike Little wrote:
> I would suggest looking at domain mapping for this.
> I'm not sure how out would work with wpml, but it allows two different
> domains ti map to the same wp site content.
> Mike Little - http://zed1.com/
> Sent from Android, please excuse any brevity.
> On 25 Jun 2011 01:16, "Joshua Sibelman" <joshua.sibelman at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Hopefully this makes sense - we're building a site for a client that needs
> to be in both English and Spanish, so I got the WPML plugin. Another
> requirement, though, is that they want the Spanish site to be accessed via a
> different domain than the English site. It appears, though, that using the
> networked site option means that all the domain names each have their own
> content that's separate from the other.
>> Is it possible to have multiple domains accessing the same WP install,
> without having them set up as different sites on the same network?
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