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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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I think you need Domain Mapping. Domain mapping allows a blog on a multisite install to serve from any domain name. This way a blog does not have to be a subdirectory of the main install, or a subdomain. The WordPress Default supports Domain Mapping without Alias. Add the Domain in the blog-settings to the blog of the Network administration area. Older ...


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There are two commonly used mapping plugins for WordPress. For the next lines we assume you use the free WordPress MU Domain Mapping plugin from the WordPress plugin Repository. From your post I understand you have correctly mapped your domains (you have a dedicated IP or have already set-up the CNAMEs correctly). You have also correctly mapped your domains ...


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This is an old question, but I just ran into this same issue and found the problem: the MU Domain Mapping plugin is using a deprecated constant, PLUGINDIR, to remap the plugin directories on the mapped domains. The plugin seems to be very vaguely developed nowadays (and no releases have been out for a year), so I just edited my copy of the plugin directly. ...


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To be honest even after your Update: How may I fix the fact that the admin area preserves the original url when using the Domain Mapping plugin (the one with the sunrise.php)? I don't quite understand whether you want to "Redirect administration pages to network's original domain" or not. In any case, as per the installation page: "Redirect ...



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