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I've installed Wordpress Multisite using "Subdomains" method (instead of Subfolders). But I've found out, that my current hosting doesnt support WildCard subdomains.

I use this method to setup it manually: https://www.protectpages.com/blog/setup-wordpress-subdomains-for-multi-site-manually/

however, it has a small problem - it redirects (instead of rewriting) all assets to root domain... does any fix exists there?

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    If the host doesn't allow wildcards then you can also use an add-on domain or a parked domain, and point that to public_html or wherever you have WP installed. I would not mess around with .htaccess trying to solve this. – C C Jan 1 '17 at 13:39
  • how parked domain or addon domain will work? I dont hope any of them to work, because I want subdomains.. – T.Todua Jan 1 '17 at 17:19
  • Point sub.example.com to the wp install folder for WP. – C C Jan 1 '17 at 22:41

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