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Here's a proper multisite solution: Install WordPress directly on the root of your domain mysite.de. After that, setup a multisite and chose the sub domain option (Yes, subdomain. It's far more flexible but you can use it with subdirectories as well). WordPress will ask you to update wp-config.php and .htaccess. To the wp-config.php add the following ...


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To find the answer to this question, you just need to look at how WordPress retrieves the translations. Ultimately it is the load_textdomain() function that does this. When we take a look at its source we find that it creates a MO object and loads the translations from a .mo file into it. Then it stores that object in a global variable called $l10n, which is ...



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