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I've recently set up a Wordpress Multisite Network on 3.7.1 and it went without bigger problems. I followed this tutorial. However, what I did, and what is not mentioned I think, is that I added that line to wp-config.php before I began the installation process. It should be relatively easy to create a new WP installation (initially setting it up as a ...
This article explains very graphically http://premium.wpmudev.org/manuals/wpmu-manual-2/creating-a-network-to-enable-wordpress-multisite/
First, rename the folder wp-content/plugins/wordpress-https to wp-content/plugins/wordpress-https-OFF so that WordPress can't find it to run it. Second, add the following lines to your wp-config.php file, replacing the domain name with your domain name: define( 'WP_SITEURL', 'http://example.com/' ); define( 'WP_HOME', 'http://example.com/' );
Found the solution... the problem was due to placement of the conditional statement in the wp-config.php file. It needed to be inserted before the require_once(ABSPATH . 'wp-settings.php'); line near the bottom of the default config file, otherwise the constants are already defined and cannot be redefined. So final section of the wp-config.php file now ...
My quick guess (that code is rather nightmarish to follow) would be that you need to define WP_CONTENT_URL as well, since issue seem to be about content directories.
While I cannot speak to your specific white-screen issue, registered theme directories must be within the Apache document root, at minimum. Many files in themes, such as CSS, JS, images, etc, are served directly by the webserver, not via calls to WordPress. So having a theme directory that is not directly accessible and serve-able by the webserver process ...
I am not sure why lately ppl define the path to their DB_HOST like you do. (Assuming it is a way server is configurated (or using a MAC) and/or as pseudo layer of security?) Anyway, you will have your reason for it, maybe one of these codelines below could help you. define('DB_HOST', ':/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock'); I could be wrong but the colon is ...
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