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By now, it is possible without any plugin. WordPress allows you to edit a sites domain and path free of any restrictions once it is created. First of all: create a new site with an arbitrary but valid subdomain: After the site was created follow the »edit site« link in the confirmation message. Here you can alter the domain and/or path on your own ...


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Regarding the update part in your question: I think the problem here is that you're missing the number of accepted arguments in your add_action() setup. If you check out the Codex, the usage is: add_action( $hook, $function_to_add, $priority, $accepted_args ); where by default $priority = 10 and $accepted_args = 1. So your code snippet should be like: ...


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If I'm not mistaken you have to set the cookie paths and domain, like it is explained here: Resolving The WordPress Multisite Redirect Loop by Tom McFarlin. In a nutshell: In your wp-config.php file, add the following lines of code: define('ADMIN_COOKIE_PATH', '/'); define('COOKIE_DOMAIN', ''); define('COOKIEPATH', ''); define('SITECOOKIEPATH', ...


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Using the WordPress XML export doesn't work in every case. Especially if you have to deal with plugins. I had the best results if I first installed the theme and all plugins in the network, created a new site, activated theme and plugins (in case they create data base tables) and then import the WordPress XML. For NextGenGallery it didn't work, though. I ...



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