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i forgot to edit the .htacess in my folder... :) now everything works fine!
If I understand correctly, you want the myexample2.com to be the root of your WP installation? In other words: http://myexample.com/subfolder = http://myexample2.com http://myexample.com/subfolder/post1 = http://myexample2.com/post1 If that's the case, then you simply need to set your "Wordpress Site URL" and "Wordpress Address URL" to myexample2.com. ...
If I understand your question correctly you will need to adjust the above code to the following: define('WP_HOME','http:example2.com/yoursubfolder/'); define('WP_SITEURL','http:example2.com/yoursubfolder/'); Give that a try. EDIT: you are missing the slashes on the http also - define('WP_HOME','http://example2.com/yoursubfolder/'); ...
Ok, you have two db's here, which is how it must be. One for your production site and one for your test site. You will probably copy between db's from time to time. I do that a lot between my production site and my test site which is on my computer locally. There are a couple of ways to change URL's, and this will be an issue if you copy between db's. I ...
WP multisite (subdomain) is the answer - http://codex.wordpress.org/Create_A_Network In addition you can install the WP Domain Mapping Plugin to run on other domains You need to decide whether you want WP multisite subdomain or sub-directory installation. WP subdomain does exactly what you want, but WP subdir + domain mapping plugin allows you to have both ...
In my opinion, the simplest way to do that would be to put the Redmine content in an <iframe>. While you could (and probably should) create some type of a custom template in your theme for this particular content, there are plugins that embed iframes into content.
update the fields in general settings in wp-admin. I think it will solve your issue. please make sure that you will not give any static path for any image
If you set domain.com as an alias of original.com, in WordPress you have to do nothing to make it works. The problem is the countrary: once in DNS the 2 domains are aliases, every url of your WordPress will be accessible via user defined domains: domain.com/any/wp/url, but also domain2.com/any/wp/url, domain3.com/any/wp/url and so on... So, what you have ...
A simple constant WP_SITEURL could do the trick. I did worked on something similar to it. The difference is all of the domains were hosted on the same server and pointed to the root directory. The procedure i tried - Checked the host using $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] and Validated if it exist on the database. Comparing your needs, you could check this ...
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