[wp-hackers] OT: htaccess and two domains...

kingler kingler at 72pines.com
Wed Mar 19 16:24:22 GMT 2008

No, I don't think you can. WP does internal redirect based on ONE domain.
However, you can set up 301 redirects in htaccess so that domain2.net/?p=2
will automatically redirect to domain1.com/?p=2

kingler from 72pines

On Wed, Mar 19, 2008 at 6:39 AM, Mr. Awesome
<theone.andonly.mr.awesome at gmail.com> wrote:
> For all you htaccess gurus out there, here's one for you... How can you
>  get TWO domains, to act as one, depending on the one you land on? Like...
>  If user Joe comes in on your domain.COM domain, at like. ..
>  domain.com/?p=2 and then you'd want to have the .NET work and take user
>  Joe to the same place, just on the .NET, like such: domain.com/?p=2 if
>  user Joe went there, he'd be getting the same posts, pages, etc etc
>  without getting 404s and etc. Without mirroring and all that too... When
>  I had my old host 100megswebhosting.com... they did it for me.
>  I had TWO domains, taking people to same place... and no matter which
>  one they landed on, it was at same place, acting like normal blog
>  without 404s...
>  domain1.com/?p=2 user got post 2
>  domain2.net/?p=2 user got post 2 same as they would on domain1.com/?p=2
>  I hope this isn't confusing... but I got back my original domain:
>  vindictivebastard.com and instead of having it redirect to the .NET, I'd
>  like the .NET and .COM acting together as one blog, just two separate
>  domains.
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