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I've fixed it with my hosting company. They added the domainnames as a CNAME to the main domain which did the trick.


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I am sorry to say but both of Mark's comments are correct. questions concerning third party plugins and themes. As these required detailed knowledge of the workings of those plugins and themes, support is difficult and with thousands of plugins and themes available such knowledge is very specialized. Please consult the appropriate support forum ...


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You need to use get_template_directory(), this function will return local server path of you template and then you can use that path to access required file. So in your case it would be something like below: include get_template_directory() . "/Sorting.php"; PS: Mind the spelling of your file.


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You put this code in your subdirectry .htacces <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine On RewriteBase /newsite/ RewriteRule ^index\.php$ – [L] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule . /newsite/index.php [L] </IfModule> # END WordPress


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The number of tables is not an issue by itself. Actually separating the tables for each blog make each operation related to a specific blog more performant. Your scaling problem will come more likely from the big monolithic users tables. Scaling issues will come from the amount of requests your DB will have to handle, not the actual organization of the ...


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Originally I said You could make your child theme stylesheet import another stylesheet @import url("subdirectory/file.css");* But this was incorrect as this is no longer the preferred way to reference a style sheet. Now, I have discovered a plugin that makes child's play of creating a child theme (please excuse the pun) ...


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It's likely because your authentication cookie is set to dev.example.com/site1/ when you login to site1, and naturally the browser won't pass that cookie for site2. What you can try and do is play around with the SITECOOKIEPATH and ADMIN_COOKIE_PATH, which by default are set as follows: SITECOOKIEPATH to get_option('siteurl') ADMIN_COOKIE_PATH as ...



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