[wp-hackers] WordPress Multisite Question

Michael Clark dc153464a11bcf5aeb18180db28017fb.wp-hackers at planetmike.com
Sat Aug 20 02:45:10 UTC 2011

Hmmm, ok, I have an existing site at http://www.example.com, and a 
sister site at http://sistersite.example.com. Those two sites are 
running WordPress as a stand alone site. If I set up two brand new 
sister sites, for example at http://cousin.example.com and 
http://brother.example.com , would it be ok if just those two sites 
are using the multi-site functionality of WordPress? Or do I need to 
convert my two existing sites over to MU functionality as well? Mike

At 3:10 PM -0700 8/19/11, Daniel Bachhuber wrote:
>Yep! That's how multisite works: one WordPress install, multiple 
>sites (at potentially multiple domains)
>On Aug 19, 2011, at 15:05, Pasquale Puzio <pasquale.puzio at gmail.com> wrote:
>>  So you hosted your websites on the same host but they have different
>>  domains, right?
>>  Il giorno 19/ago/2011 23.58, "James Tryon" <james at easilyamusedinc.com> ha
>>  scritto:
>>>  I use this plugin to handle domain mapping.
>  >> http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-mu-domain-mapping/
>>>  Thank you for your time,
>>>  James Tryon, Creative Director
>>>  Easily Amused, Inc.
>>>  http://easilyamusedinc.com
>>>  P: (407) 278-5498 C: (407) 733-6473 T: easilyamused
>>>  On Aug 19, 2011, at 5:52 PM, Pasquale Puzio wrote:
>>>>  Hi all,
>>>>  I should create several websites. All of them are of the same
>>>>  website-network and are hosted on the same host (in different folders).
>>>>  Every website has a different domain, for example: domain1.com
>>>>  domain2.comand so on
>  >>> Can I use WordPress multisite to manage that network?


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