I have a domain
<http://my-site.com> and I want to restructure it, used to have a Drupal for the portal and numerous installations of WordPress in different subdomains. The hosting I have only allows me to access cpanel (limited) and ftp.
What I want to do is a single installation of WordPress multisite for the main domain, subdomains and subsites, ie:
<http://my-site.com> <http://blog1.my-site.com> <http://blog2.my-site.com> <http://blog2.my-site.com/blog3> or <http://blog3.blog2.my-site.com> <http://blog2.my-site.com/blog4> or <http://blog4.blog2.my-site.com>
All these sites should be independent of each other (although they share the themes and plugins) What would be the easiest way to do this?
From what I've been looking on the internet, I found how to make the subdomains, but to make the installation of multisites only gives me the option of subfolders, which does not help.
On the other hand, is it possible to do this without installing Wordpress on my root? It's simply for organizing files. That is:
<http://my-site.com> <- Access URL </www/site/> <- installation directory (/www is the root)
As it had before, in the root I had a
/www/index.html what redirected to
/www/site/index.php. Being this last the Drupal directory. This system doesn't help as it enters an infinite loop of redirects.