[wp-hackers] wp-hackers Digest, Vol 88, Issue 6

Mika A Epstein ipstenu at ipstenu.org
Fri May 4 13:37:01 UTC 2012

Easiest thing would be to ask your web host "How do I park another domain on top of the one I have?"

They'll have directions specific to their setup, and limit the guesswork you have to do.

Mika A Epstein (aka Ipstenu)
http://ipstenu.org | http://halfelf.org

On 4 May 2012, at 8:20:18AM, Ryann Micua wrote:

> Hi Mika,
> Thank you for your help. So I just need to know how to "park" domains and that should be it.. hmmmm.. cool.. can you point me to some reliable resources? I know that's what google is for but there's too much information (some of it conflicting) and I'm not sure which are the right ones to follow.
> Thank you!
> On Friday, 04 May, 2012 08:00 PM, wp-hackers-request at lists.automattic.com wrote:
>> It's really not that hard.
>> Install WordPress at site1.com
>> Turn on Multisite.
>> Your sites will INITIALLY be site1.com/site2 (or site2.site1.com), don't panic.
>> Then you install Domain Mapping plugins (the free one from wp.org is great, works perfectly).
>> Park the domain site2.com on top of site1.com, and map it via the plugin to site1.com/site2 (whatever).
>> That's. It. The hardest part is getting the domain parked, but once you do that, the rest is a cake walk.
>> See it in action:
>> ipstenu.org
>> halfelf.org (which is 'secretly' tech.ipstenu.org)
>> If you need more help with that, there are the forums:)
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