20 thoughts on “WP MU – Install Domain Map plugin

  1. This was extremely helpful!! I got it all set up correctly, but I fear I may have a setting incorrect in Namecheap, since I get an error that says "Too Many Redirects", but if I remove the URL redirect in Namecheap, then I get a 400 bad request error nginx. Any suggestions???

  2. Hi Thanks for video, I tired to configure domain, 
    I created using sub folders, because i can not create wildchar in my domain provider.

    now , main, sub-folder ones works fine, then installed your plugin to map domains, 

    installed, moved the files, added sunrise to config.. added IP address.

    Now when i go the individual site settings, i don't see any domain mapping menu.

    please help me out.

    thanks

  3. Scott, I had the same issue and it's due to the fact that my WP network wasn't on the root of the server. If you are not running your network on the root of the server you need to use "Addon Domains" from your control panel.

  4. I am trying to use the domain mapping plugin on an addon domain.. Every domain that I point to this multisite install resolves to the main domain of my cpanel instead of the addon domain that I need it to go to.

    Do you have a workaround for this or know what is going on

  5. So far good up to here. When I clicked on domain mapping, I got this message "Warning! This plugin will only work if WordPress is installed in the root directory of your webserver. It is currently installed in ’/wordpress/’."

    I'm going to uninstall wordpress and install it in the root like you. Don't get me wrong Your videos are terrific! I had backed up my files to my hard drive in case my flash sites go dead.
    Wish me luck and see you soon.

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